Released January, 2010
The Pros:Many controls have both hard button and touchscreen equivalents, enabling different usage preferences. Microphone built into faceplate, no need to install a separate one and it works well.
The Cons:Some interference in the AM/FM tuner, can't cope with weaker signals. MP3 file browsing interface tries to put too much on-screen at once, so nothing displays its full name. Irritating blue warning screen whenever inserting an audio CD or switching to video source if parking brake not engaged.
The Boss BV9155B is a basic car audio and video receiver. It is identical to the Boss BV9150, but with the addition of Bluetooth support so that wireless input can be accepted. In terms of features and functions this is identical to the Boss BV9355B, 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.
- Bluetooth enabled
- 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
User Reviews (4)
many controls have both hard button and touchscreen equivalents, enabling different usage preferences
microphone built into faceplate, no need to install a separate one and it works well
some interference in the AM/FM tuner, can't cope with weaker signals
MP3 file browsing interface tries to put too much on-screen at once, so nothing displays its full name
irritating blue warning screen whenever inserting an audio CD or switching to video source if parking brake not engaged
detachable faceplate comes with soft bag to carry it in, rather than a hard case - offers no protection from impact
system has no memory for track position, will start at the beginning every time the car is turned on
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