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Boss BV9150


$339.00 Released January, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Music sounds sharp and crisp, even on older OEM speakers. Touchscreen is responsive and easy to work with.

The Cons:Warning banner at startup is annoying to have to wait for it to clear. Doesn't save the current position of an MP3 track when the car is turned off, makes audio books a pain. Fast forwarding through MP3s is touchy, easy to accidentally skip to the next track, have to press a separate button to stop fast forwarding.

The Boss BV9150 is a basic car audio and video receiver. This is identical to the Boss BV9350 in terms of features and functions, but the design in this case involves a smaller screen in favor of a large control dial and easy to press buttons.

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It features a 4.5 inch touchscreen that displays in 1440x234 resolution. It can play CDs and DVDs, or play WMA, MP4 and MP3 files via USB or SD Memory Card ports. There is also a port for your iPod or other MP3 player.

Outputs include front and rear RCA outputs and a subwoofer output. Total output power is split between four 80 watt channels. There is also an input for a rear view camera, and a wireless remote control. For security, the front panel is easily removable.

Features

  • 4.5 in touchscreen
  • 1440 x 234 resolution
  • WMA, MP4, MP3 supported
  • DVD, SVCD, VCD, CDR, CDRW & SDVD compatible
  • USB and SD Memory Card ports
  • Detachable front panel
  • AM/FM tuner, 30 station presets
  • Switchable USA/Europe radio frequencies
  • Bass, treble, balance and fader controls
  • Compatible with audio output of iPod and other MP3 players
  • Subwoofer output (BassMax)
  • Dual (front and rear) RCA outputs
  • Rear view camera input
  • Wireless remote control
  • Output power: 80W x 4 channels

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  • 2

    music sounds sharp and crisp, even on older OEM speakers

  • 2

    touchscreen is responsive and easy to work with

Cons
  • 1

    warning banner at startup is annoying to have to wait for it to clear

  • 1

    doesn't save the current position of an MP3 track when the car is turned off, makes audio books a pain

  • 1

    fast forwarding through MP3s is touchy, easy to accidentally skip to the next track, have to press a separate button to stop fast forwarding

  • 1

    can't turn on the on-screen display unless you use the remote control

  • 1

    doesn't use ID3 tags to show track info, just the file names

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