Sony Xplod CDX-GT250MP
Released August, 2010
The Pros:Clean signal makes the most of stock speakers. Capable of very loud output without needing an additional amplifier. Design is solid, nothing rattles or shifts inappropriately.
The Cons:Lacks any advanced features, no USB ports or expansion options.
The Sony Xplod CDX-GT250MP is a one-disc, Xplod GT Series CD receiver for automobiles. It plays MP3 and WMA songs, and it can hook up with an iPod or MP3 player. Featured are selectable RCA pre-amp outputs for expanding one’s automobile sound system, four channels of output at 52W RMS, and a detachable face for enhance security.
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It includes key illumination for evening playback, as well as a wireless card remote for easy song adjustments. Signature though is that it’s Radio Data Systems (RDS) compliant, meaning it can display broadcast information such as artist/track data.
- Xplod GT Series CD Receiver
- One Disc Capacity
- CD, CD-R, CD-RW Discs
- MP3/WMA Formats
- 52x4 Maximum Power
- 1-Line LCD Display
- 12V Trigger Output (Antenna, Amplifier)
- AM/FM Antenna Input Terminal
- Front Auxiliary Input
- Ifrared Wireless Remote
- Rear/Sub Selectable RCA Pre-Amp Outputs
User Reviews (1)
clean signal makes the most of stock speakers
capable of very loud output without needing an additional amplifier
design is solid, nothing rattles or shifts inappropriately
manual is fairly in-depth, covers the stereo's functions well
installation is easy enough for first-time installers
controls are easy to use while driving, volume knob is perfectly set up to avoid getting "knocked" and can be adjusted easily
lacks any advanced features, no USB ports or expansion options
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