Released January, 2010
The Pros:ID3 tag display pops up with all info when playing burned CDs. AUX port is compatible with a wide range of devices, forgiving for different signal strengths. Enough power output to run even aftermarket speakers without requiring an amplifier.
The Cons:Generates a lot of heat while in operation. Buttons on the remote are very small and close together, can often hit the wrong one.
The Boss BV9970 is a high end car audio and video receiver. It features both a motorized, flip-out 7 inch touchscreen and a fully detachable front panel with illuminated buttons. The display operates in 1440x234 resolution and retracts when not in use.
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Input can be accepted from iPods and other MP3 players. The unit can play CDs and DVDs, or play WMA, MP4 and MP3 files via USB or SD Memory Card ports. Outputs include front and rear RCA outputs and a subwoofer output. Total output power is split between four 85 watt channels. There is also an input for a rear view camera, and a wireless remote control.
- Motorized, flip-out 7 inch touchscreen
- Fully detachable front panel
- 1440 x 234 resolution
- Compatible with audio output of iPod and other MP3 players
- 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
- Subwoofer output (BassMax)
- Dual (front and rear) RCA outputs
- Rear view camera input
- Wireless remote control
- Output power: 85W x 4 channels
User Reviews (1)
ID3 tag display pops up with all info when playing burned CDs
AUX port is compatible with a wide range of devices, forgiving for different signal strengths
enough power output to run even aftermarket speakers without requiring an amplifier
remote control is fully-featured, allows a good amount of access to the unit's functions
additional RCA outputs ideal for external amplifiers
generates a lot of heat while in operation
buttons on the remote are very small and close together, can often hit the wrong one
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