Summary: It ias a very nice stereo, i've had one before in my motorhome. What I like about it is it's an am-fm stereo/cd player & I can also plug my ipod into it. It has plenty of volume when i'm on the highway, some can be hard to hear on a motorcycle at 70 mph or so, but this works nice.
Summary: I bought this stereo for the sole reason to listen to long messages/sermons that I'd burn to a MP3 cd. I'm unhappy how the unit fast-forwards / rewinds within a track. You have to hold the fast-forward or rewind button, and the track slowly advances about 5 seconds for every second you hold the...
Summary: It may not have a pre amp, but if you just want to rock out, it pushes 50 watts on 4 channels - so it does have some giddyup of its own. I have this headunit, a pair of XPLOD XS-GT6935A 6x9s in back and XPLOD XS-W3521 3.5" up front. Got to tell you don't see why I would need an amp.
Excerpt: This is the CD Player that was in my most recent car, a BMW Z3. It didn't come as standard so was obviously fitted by a previous owner. I really like Sony CD players for cars as they sound great and seem to fit in really well.
Excerpt: All tech-savvy drivers want their car stereos to play MP3 CDs and have a hookup for an MP3 player. Sony shows that it gets this market with the launch of four new car-stereo head units. The bottom-end one, the CDX-GT110, sells for about £40 and has an auxiliary input on the faceplate.