Released February, 2011
The Pros:Excellent pre-amp audio quality, output is crisp and detailed. Equalizer offers a good degree of control over the shape of the sound. Screen is high-resolution and provides a sharp, easy to view picture - leaves nothing to be desired.
The Cons:Outputs a lot of heat during normal operation. USB port is front-facing only, no way to keep things neat and tidy. Menu navigation is a little cumbersome, options tend to be buried deep in sub-menus.
This Sony XAV-622 offers all around in-car entertainment with high quality audio and visual output. With a DVD player, HD radio and USB for connecting iPOD/iPhone/Walkman/MP3 player as standard, this device is packed with features to help pass the time on any journey.
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All video information is displayed on a 6.1" WVGA touchscreen with 800x480 resolution, giving clarity to DVDs and provding easy to use controls on all functions. This A/V centre has front USB and auxilliary inputs making it possible to connect most portable audio devices into the vehicle's stereo system. It is also possible to view audio/video from iPod/iPhones using an extra cable (sold separately). The XAV-622 is Satellite Radio/HD Radio ready and will receive satellite and HD stations when used with the correct tuners. With extras like SensMe, EQ7 equaliser and intuitive search features, this Sony Head Unit will add style and performance to any stereo system.
- 6.1" WVGA touchscreen
- 800x480 resolution
- DVD/CD player
- front USB and auxilliary inputs
- iPod/iPhones video compatible
- Satellite Radio/HD Radio ready
- SensMe App Music Channels
- Advanced Sound Engine
- Intuitive search features
- Dimensions (Approx.) : 7.125 x 4 x 6.75" (w/h/d)
User Reviews (2)
excellent pre-amp audio quality, output is crisp and detailed
equalizer offers a good degree of control over the shape of the sound
screen is high-resolution and provides a sharp, easy to view picture - leaves nothing to be desired
Bluetooth connectivity is instant, barely any wait for synch if any
touchscreen interface is responsive and easy to work with, can pretty much always hit the item you're looking for
outputs a lot of heat during normal operation
USB port is front-facing only, no way to keep things neat and tidy
menu navigation is a little cumbersome, options tend to be buried deep in sub-menus
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