Released May, 2010
The Pros:Remote offers in-depth control of the unit. All components of the faceplate feel solid, work responsively. General operation and scrolling through song titles is fast and easy.
The Cons:Frequent issues with it failing to read iPod contents. Advertised "HD Radio Ready" and "Bluetooth Ready" means neither is included, costs a fair amount extra for the adapters. Need to take the dashboard apart to install upgrades, not a simple rear plug-in.
The Dual XHDR6435 is a cheaper version of the Dual XHD6430. Both are in-dash radio receiver head units that fit into single-din openings. However, the Dual XHDR6435 is only HD-radio ready, and requires the HD radio component to have equivalent features.
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It can playback MP3/WMA files off of a CD or USB drive, and it can directly control an iPod over the USB port. However, due to the lack of an HD radio, the iTunes tagging features are only useable if there is the additional HDM90 HD radio module. The Dual XHDR6430 does include a regular AM/FM tuner, and it has a two line display capable of showing ID3 tags. It is also Bluetooth-ready
- AM/FM tuner
- CD player
- MP3/WMA playback
- iPod/iPhone control
- ID3 tag reading
- HD-radio ready
- 2-line display
User Reviews (6)
remote offers in-depth control of the unit
all components of the faceplate feel solid, work responsively
general operation and scrolling through song titles is fast and easy
frequent issues with it failing to read iPod contents
advertised "HD Radio Ready" and "Bluetooth Ready" means neither is included, costs a fair amount extra for the adapters
need to take the dashboard apart to install upgrades, not a simple rear plug-in
manual does not cover all technical details necessary to know for the ninstaller
remote control buttons are flush with the face, hard to feel for while driving
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