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Sony Xplod CDX-GT350MP


$100.00 Released August, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:AUX jack in the front works with everything that has a headphone jack, good compatibility. Strong and clear audio output that is consistently superior to OEM stereos. Enough power behind the output to run higher end speakers without needing an extra amp.

The Cons:Lights for the buttons cannot be dimmed, distracting at night. Limited file format compatibility, restricted to MP3 and WMA, no AAC or other major formats. 1-line display is fairly minimal, doesn't give much information at once.

The Sony Xplod CDX-GT350MP is one of four single-DIN, in-dash receivers (CDX-GT250MP, CDX-GT350MP, CDX-GT550UI, CDX-GT650UI) added to the Xplod line in mid 2010 as a replacement to the 2009 CDX-GT line.

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In particular, the CDX-GT350MP lacks the USB port and adjustable illumination on its two superior siblings, but it does maintain a faceplate-mounted auxiliary input, an integrated CD tray, an advanced AM/FM tuner with RDS capabilities, and compatibility with add-on satellite/HD radio and iPod-integration modules. Plus there’s an integrated 52W amp, as well as RCA outputs for connecting to a much powerful amp.

Features

  • Xplod CDX-GT Line
  • Single-DIN, In-Dash Receiver
  • Four-Channel 52W Integrated Amplifier
  • 1-Line LCD Display
  • MP3/WMA Playback via CD
  • Detachable Face w/Front Auxiliary Input
  • AM/FM Tuner w/Radio Data System
  • Satellite/HD Radio Ready
  • iPod Compatible
  • iPod Control Compatible
  • RCA Outputs for External Amplifiers
  • Pair of Preamp Outputs
  • Wireless Card Remote

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Pros
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    AUX jack in the front works with everything that has a headphone jack, good compatibility

  • 1

    strong and clear audio output that is consistently superior to OEM stereos

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    enough power behind the output to run higher end speakers without needing an extra amp

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    good variety of expandability options

Cons
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    lights for the buttons cannot be dimmed, distracting at night

  • 1

    limited file format compatibility, restricted to MP3 and WMA, no AAC or other major formats

  • 1

    1-line display is fairly minimal, doesn't give much information at once

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