How amazing The Sony XPLOD CDX-GT920U

Sony is one of the biggest names in audio equipment and in electronics, and their car audio electronics are simply amazing. TheSony XPLOD CDX-GT920U is certainly no exception to this rule, and it provides a lot of functionality, Sony quality and audio performance, and good looks at a reasonable price. Well, a reasonable price for a high-quality single-DIN Sony anyhow.

The Sony XPLOD CDX-GT920U comes with a rear-mounted USB port, but that is actually a good thing for most people that are looking for a discrete way to connect their media players. The downside is that there is no native iPod support, which may not be surprising since it seems that the Apple and Sony love affair ended a few years ago when Sony started pushing its chic new laptops, all-in-one desktops, and video editing software instead of telling users to go buy Apple hardware and software. Oh well, there are plenty of other features to like, such as:
•    A trio of pre-amp outputs that let you amp up.
•    Compatibility with HD and satellite radio systems.
•    An amazingly intuitive menu that, dare we say, looks and feels better than the menu on our new iPod touch. A single dial/joystick combo and four buttons makes navigating menus a breeze!
•    USB mode supports Sony’s Quick BrowZer mode that makes short work of sorting through files and folders.
•    Support for all popular audio standards burned to disc or USB device: MP3, WMA, and AAC. Just no official iPod support.
The audio quality of the XPLOD CDX-GT920U is amazing, but that should be expected for a deck that is near the top of the line for single-DIN units from Sony. Audio is crisp and the outputs are remarkably noise-free. Sony’s legendary attention to detail is almost impossible to exaggerate, and the XPLOD CDX-GT920U’s line-noise free outputs are a testament to that dedication to quality.
The bottom line is that Apple iPod lovers might not be happy with the Sony XPLOD CDX-GT920U, but just about every other audiophile with a set of wheels on the planet will. Of course, a minimal investment in an iPod adapter could allow an iPod’s library to be used with the Sony XPLOD CDX-GT920U, but nothing beats native support. All Right Reserved.Back to Shopping on: Car DVD player car dvd player with GPS for Toyota Car DVD Player with GPS for Honda Car DVD Player with GPS for Hyundai Car PC Car DVD Players Headrest DVD Player Audi DVD Player BMW DVD Player Buick DVD Player Chevrolet DVD Player Citroen DVD Player Daihatsu DVD Player Ford DVD Player Fiat DVD Player GMC DVD Player Honda DVD Player Hyundai DVD Player Lexus DVD Player Kia DVD Player Mazda DVD Player Mercedes-Benz DVD Player Mitsubishi DVD Player Nissan DVD Player Opel DVD Player Peugeot DVD Player Skoda DVD Player Renault DVD Player Suzuki DVD Player Toyota DVD Player Volkswagen DVD Player Rear Camera

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