Sony Xplod CDX-GT700HD
Released February, 2010
The Pros:Remote control gives great control of the unit, buttons are intuitive enough to not have to look at them to find them. HD radio is high quality, makes the most of weaker signals. Easy enough to set up for first-time installers.
The Cons:Select knob is overly sensitive, easy to hit it wrong while driving. Doesn't auto-adjust brightness according to ambient lighting. Can't save HD sub-channels to the presets.
The Sony Xplod CDX-GT700HD is a car audio A/V head unit and CD player released in early 2010 as an improvement over the previous generation models released in mid 2009. It incorporates an integrated HD Radio tuner that receives compatible AM/FM radio stations and storms them digitally for improved audio quality.
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Plus it’s capable of iTune tagging each song, thereby making the song easier to locate on the iTunes music server. Like its predecessor, the CDX-GT700HD features a CD player, a USB interface, an auxiliary input, and wireless remote that can also be used to command one’s iPod or iPhone. Also included is a detachable faceplate for enhanced security.
- Entry-Level Audio Receiver
- Designed for Automobile Use
- Single-Disc CD Tray
- AM/FM Radio Tuner
- Single Auxiliary Input
- Single USB Input
- Radio Data system
- Selectable Pre-Outs
- Quick-BrowZer w/Jump Mode
- Zappin 6/9/30-Second Playback
- Integrated HD Radio Tuner
- iTune Tagging
- iPod Compatibility
- Disc Capacity: 1
- Format Compatibility: MP3/WMA/AAC
- Tuner Bands: AM/FM
- 12V Trigger Output
- Antenna Terminal
- Front Auxiliary Input
- Digital Audio Input
- Wireless Infrared Port
- RCA Audio Output
- Remote Jack
- Full-Speed USB Port
User Reviews (4)
remote control gives great control of the unit, buttons are intuitive enough to not have to look at them to find them
HD radio is high quality, makes the most of weaker signals
easy enough to set up for first-time installers
detachable faceplate for increased security
full iPod interface with easy to use controls on the panel
select knob is overly sensitive, easy to hit it wrong while driving
doesn't auto-adjust brightness according to ambient lighting
can't save HD sub-channels to the presets
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