Released January, 2010
The Pros:Offers good bass signal, can generate a decent response for OEM speakers. Buttons on the remote are comfortable to use without looking once you have them memorized. Can catalog a few GB of songs through the SD port in a few seconds.
The Cons:Can only adjust the base/treble, no other sound tuning options or EQ. Controls are tiny, difficult to work with while driving. Takes some time to learn the buttons on the remote.
The Boss 840UBI is a basic CD player and AM/FM tuner with Bluetooth support for your wireless devices. The touch sensitive controls are backlit on an active black mask display, and the front panel is fully detachable.
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The AM/FM tuner can hold 24 station presets and be switched from USA to European radio frequencies. In addition to the four 80 watt output channels, there is a 5 vold preamp and front and rear RCA outputs for other amplifiers you might want to add later.
Bass, treble, balance and fader controls are all available, and input can be taken through an AUX input or from an iPod. With the addition of an IPC40 cable (sold separately) your iPod can be fully controlled by the Boss 840UBI.
- Bluetooth Enabled
- In-dash CD receiver
- Touch sensitive controls
- Full detachable front panel
- AM/FM tuner with 24 station presets
- Switchable USA/Europe radio frequencies
- Front panel AUX input
- Compatible with audio output of iPod and other MP3 players
- Full iPod control with IPC40 cable (sold seperately)
- Bass, treble, balance and fader controls
- Dual (front and rear) RCA outputs
- Local/distance switch
- Wireless remote control
- 5 Volt preamp output
- Output power: 80W x 4 channels
User Reviews (1)
offers good bass signal, can generate a decent response for OEM speakers
buttons on the remote are comfortable to use without looking once you have them memorized
can catalog a few GB of songs through the SD port in a few seconds
can only adjust the base/treble, no other sound tuning options or EQ
controls are tiny, difficult to work with while driving
takes some time to learn the buttons on the remote
display is dim, difficult to see during daytime hours
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