Sony Touch Screen DVD Receiver w/ Bluetooth
Sony Touch Screen DVD Receiver w/ Bluetooth
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Product Description
With this Sony Touch Screen Receiver, you can forget about getting distracted on your phone at the wheel. Compatible with Apple Carplay and Android Auto, the receiver allows you to navigate, send texts, make calls, play songs, and more hands-free Read More
Clear, Responsive & Audio Approved

With this Sony Touch Screen Receiver, you can forget about getting distracted on your phone at the wheel. Compatible with Apple Carplay and Android Auto, the receiver allows you to navigate, send texts, make calls, play songs, and more hands-free. The clear, responsive touch screen measures more than 6 inches wide, essentially making your phone much larger, while allowing you to charge it separately. In your downtime, you can watch DVDs on it, too—great for multi-day drives and car camping. As for audio, the device features a built-in 4 x 55W power amp with clear and dynamic sound. Pair that with a dynamic stage organizer and a 10-band equalizer and you get extra clear output, no matter what you’re listening to.

Specs
  • Sony
  • Model: XAV-AX200
  • DVD/CD receiver with internal amp (20 watts RMS CEA-2006/55 peak x 4 channels)
  • 6.4 in (16.2 cm) TFT touchscreen
  • SiriusXM SXV300V1 tuner (satellite radio subscription required)
  • Bluetooth hands-free calling and audio streaming
  • Selectable wallpaper backgrounds
  • Fits double-DIN dash openings
  • Remote control
  • Smartphone Features (see Details for info on compatibility with specific smartphones and apps):
  • Apple CarPlay compatible
  • Android Auto compatible
  • iPhone control
  • Playback and control of music files on compatible Android devices
  • Siri Hands Free compatible with compatible iPhones
  • Pandora and Spotify control with iPhone and Android
  • Audio/video features: 
  • Plays audio/video content from CDs, DVDs, and USB memory devices
  • Plays FLAC audio files (up to 96kHz/24-bit) from flash media
  • 10-band graphic equalizer with 12 preset EQ curves
  • high- and low-pass filters
  • DSO (Dynamic Stage Organizer) enhances audio output
  • Expandability: Works with SiriusXM SXV300 tuner
  • Supports Tune Mix, Traffic & Weather Now, and Sports Flash features
  • Inputs: rear USB port, three rear-view camera inputs
  • Outputs: video output, 5-channel preamp outputs (4-volt front, rear, mono subwoofer)
  • Compatible with most factory steering wheel audio controls (adapter required)
  • CEA-2006 compliant
Included
  • 1-year manufacturer's warranty
Shipping

All orders will be shipped by the vendor.

Estimated ship date is Mar 12, 2019 PT.

After this product run ends, payment will be collected and orders will be submitted to the vendor up front, making all orders final. Check the discussion for updates on your order.

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I have the non cd/dvd version of this receiver (XAV-AX100) and it's great. I've got the usb routed through to my center console which I was able to find a header built just for this purpose. I also have the mic routed through my glove box to the center console where it is just resting. I've used this receiver for about 9 months pretty much exclusively using Android Auto for Waze and Spotify. Waze has always been pretty solid on Android Auto, but Spotify needed a little more developing (which it received) before I thought it was fully functional. The six touch limiter that Android Auto has without the parking brake really really kills the experience though. Anyway, issues with Android Auto shouldn't reflect poorly on this unit at all. The actual UI is pretty good and the bluetooth functionality is way more reliable than my previous unit. I do not have aftermarket speakers in my car so I can't speak as to how well that works, but this must be able to push pretty far as I usually have the volume set to 25 and I would be reluctant to go much higher than that as it is pretty damn loud. I will say though that for whatever reason I've never really been able to get the mic to work all of the time. I was able to respond to some texts soon after I got it, but either through the normal UI or Android Auto I've never been able to get the mic to work for calls. The person on the other end of the call can't hear me. I've not taken the unit out again to make sure the connections are solid because this functionality is no longer important to me as I'm not driving across town for my job anymore. One of my friends had one of these in his Mk5 GTI and it worked so well that I just had to get one for my Rabbit.