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Clarion VZ300


$349.00 Released January, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Clear audio output, clean and sharp. Bass signal is very strong, able to maximize OEM speaker output. Able to handle scratched disks as well as burned ones without a problem.

The Cons:Album art display doesn't update consistently, often delays up to 8 seconds into the track. USB port inconsistent, isn't always able to read from a thumb drive. Complicated installation with many more wires than most people will use.

The Clarion VZ300 is a basic audio and video receiver for your dashboard. It plays DVDs and CDs, as well as burned disks with MP3 or WMA files. It works with a 24-bit D/A converter to achieve high quality audio.

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 The 3.5 inch LCD display will show what's playing as well as DVD video, and can be adapted with the RCA input for a rear vision camera.

USB and AUX inputs in the front allow you to attach other external devices like an iPod. The AM/FM radio is HD radio ready and XM radio compatible. There are four 40 watt power outputs, and six 2 volt RCA outputs. A low pass filter works with the subwoofer to control the bass.

Features

  • 3.5 inch LCD display
  • DVD-Video, DVD±R, DVD±RW, CD-DA, HDCD, CD-R and CD-RW
  • CD / MP3 / WMA compatible
  • iPod playback
  • Front USB
  • AUX input
  • AM / FM stereo
  • HD Radio ready
  • XM Radio Compatible
  • Rear vision camera RCA input
  • 24-bit D/A Converter
  • Low pass filter for subwoofer
  • 4 x 40 watt power output
  • 2 volt 6 channel RCA outputs
  • Remote control included

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Pros
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    clear audio output, clean and sharp

  • 1

    bass signal is very strong, able to maximize OEM speaker output

  • 1

    able to handle scratched disks as well as burned ones without a problem

Cons
  • 1

    album art display doesn't update consistently, often delays up to 8 seconds into the track

  • 1

    USB port inconsistent, isn't always able to read from a thumb drive

  • 1

    complicated installation with many more wires than most people will use

  • 1

    file navigation is awkward, locks up temporarily when detecting an m4a file

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