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Pyle PL75DL 7-Inch Touchscreen Monitor and Receiver with iPod/MP3 Input, AM/FM, SD Memory and USB Flash

  • AM/FM-MPX 2 Band Radio – Last Position Memory – Audio/Video Source Through Aux Line – RCA Line Out Sub-Woofer – USB Connector
  • Display – ESP (Electronic Shock Protection) – Input Jack(Mp3/Dvd/Cd) – A/V Input & A/V Output – ISO Connector
  • Auto Store/Preset Scan – On Screen Display Title, Time, Chapter, Subtitle – Anti-Shock Mechanism – Repeat/Intro/Random – Remote Control – SD/MMC Card Slot
  • 30 Station Memory – Treble/Bass/Balance/Fader/Encoder Volume – LO/DX & St/Mo Selector – Clock Function – Rear Camera Input – 320 Watts Total Outputs (4 x 80 Watts)
  • Touch Screen Control Operation – PAL/NTSC Color System – Direct Connection Of Alternate – Mute Control – Parking Video Input

Enjoy home theater quality and versatility for your car with the Pyle PL75DL 7″ Touch Screen Retractable Stereo Head Unit. Introduce a whole new level of entertainment to your car with this LCD widescreen & touch screen audio/video system and receiver. The pop-out display with detachable face has plenty of multimedia options for all of your car audio and video needs. On-screen menus can be controlled using the touch screen or with the fully functional remote control. Keep passengers in the car occupied and let them watch their favorite movies on trips – or listen to their favorite songs in style. Use the video inputs to connect more devices like your CD, DVD players and gaming systems. This audio and video system makes for a great travel companion on any road trip. The Pyle PL75DL is the ultimate entertainment accessory for your vehicle and comes loaded with features like a front mounted USB port, SD card slot, AUX audio input and much, much more.

Price: $324.99


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This entry was posted on February 11, 2014 by in Electronics and tagged , , , .
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