Released January, 2010
The Pros:Solid build quality in the buttons and dial, everything feels secure. Enough power output to handle aftermarket speakers without an additional amp. Preamps work well with a variety of amplifiers.
The Cons:Clock will not display unless you push a button. Some of the buttons are fairly small, need to be pushed just right to activate them. AM frequency reception is extremely poor.
The Clarion CZ100 is a basic car stereo receiver. It lacks the features of the later models, such as the USB connection of the CZ200 or HD radio compatibility in the CZ300. The LCD display is a single 13x10 text display, and the unit is controlled by buttons on the side.
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Bluetooth is enabled to allow for complete use of your cellphone hands-free, as well as access to any stored MP3 or WMA files you may have. The CD player can also handle data disks with MP3 and WMA files.
This receiver outputs four channels of 45 watts, and has an additional four 2 volt RCA outputs. Equalization is handled through three presets, and there is a low pass filter for the subwoofer.
- LCD - 13 x 10 single-line
- AM / FM stereo
- Bluetooth ready
- AUX input
- 3 preset equalization patterns
- Low pass filter for subwoofer
- CD / MP3 / WMA compatible
- Steering wheel remote ready
- 4 x 45 watt power output
- 2 volt 4 channel RCA outputs
- Remote control included
User Reviews (2)
solid build quality in the buttons and dial, everything feels secure
enough power output to handle aftermarket speakers without an additional amp
preamps work well with a variety of amplifiers
FM reception is above average, comes through clear and consistent
manual is clear and has enough detail to cover what's needed
audio output quality is clear and rich, makes the most of OEM speakers
clock will not display unless you push a button
some of the buttons are fairly small, need to be pushed just right to activate them
AM frequency reception is extremely poor
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