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BOSS Audio 625UAB In-Dash Single-Din Detachable USB/SD/MP3 Player Receiver Bluetooth Streaming Bluetooth Hands-free with Remote

BOSS Audio 625UAB In-Dash Single-Din Detachable USB/SD/MP3 Player Receiver Bluetooth Streaming Bluetooth Hands-free with Remote


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BOSS Audio 625UAB In-Dash Single-Din Detachable USB/SD/MP3 Player Receiver Bluetooth Streaming Bluetooth Hands-free with Remote

BOSS Audio 625UAB In-Dash Single-Din Detachable USB/SD/MP3 Player Receiver Bluetooth Streaming Bluetooth Hands-free with Remote
  • Bluetooth-Enabled
  • Bluetooth Audio Streaming
  • Bluetooth Hands-Free
  • USB Port
  • SD Port
The faceplate detaches and you can carry it with you.
View larger Zero Current Draw Memory A lot of us have had the battery of our cars die at one point or another. Sometimes we might just need to replace it. This can mess with all the systems that depend on being hooked up to a power source in order to be able to maintain some saved data. In this case, the 625UAB. It holds information such as the time/date, presets for your favorite radio stations and such. If you ever happen to be without a battery for a short period of time, you will not lose all of this information and have to save them again. All thanks to this little helper. General features Switchable US & European Tuner Frequencies - The 625UAB will not only be able to pick u

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Rockford Fosgate R500X1D Prime 1-Channel Class D Amplifier

Rockford Fosgate R500X1D Prime 1-Channel Class D Amplifier
  • 300 Watts x 1 @ 4-Ohms, 500 Watts x 1 @ 2-Ohms, Frequency 20Hz to 250Hz +/-1dB
  • Onboard 12dB/octave LP/HP/AP crossover & Infrasonic filter
  • On-board Punch EQ with +18dB boost at 45Hz
  • Cast Aluminum Heatsink with Stealth top mounted control panel
  • Includes wired remote (Punch Level Control)
The Prime R500X1D is a 500 watt mono amplifier using efficient Class-D circuit topology. This amplifier is capable of running a 2-Ohm load and includes on-board Punch Bass and remote Punch Level Control.

Rockford Fosgate performance in a small package - this Prime Series R500X1D mono amp can drive a sub with up to 500 watts RMS, so you can really feel your bass rockin'. You can use the low-pass filter and Rockford Fosgate's famous Punch boost to get the best possible bass from the sub and enclosure in your vehicle. A phase switch gets your subs firing along with your other speakers for maximum impact, while the speaker-level inputs let you hook this amp up to almost any system, even a factory stereo.

Remote PLC (Punch Level C

Precio de lista: $ 209.99 Precio: $ 209.99

What customers say about BOSS Audio 625UAB In-Dash Single-Din Detachable USB/SD/MP3 Player Receiver Bluetooth Streaming Bluetooth Hands-free with Remote?

  1. 36 of 37 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Not perfect but OK for the price I paid., September 9, 2013
    By 
    Duk Yi

    This review is from: BOSS Audio 625UAB In-Dash Single-Din Detachable USB/SD/MP3 Player Receiver Bluetooth Streaming Bluetooth Hands-free with Remote (Electronics)
    I just installed BOSS 625UAB and it is OK and acceptable.

    << Good >>
    1. Bluetooth is working well as described in manual. A2DP work fine and Calling through Bluetooth is surprisingly good.
    2. Microphone is located on faceplate with small pin hole. It does not have external microphone connector on this unit.
    I’m really surprised that built-in pin hole microphone is working very well and it provides clear sound on calling.
    3. Sound quality is OK (not superb but it’s acceptable)
    4. Function is simple and not complicated.
    5. MP3 files in SD card as well as USB play as expected.
    6. Bluetooth pairing is easy and simple, but it seems paring only one device.

    << Not Good >>
    1. AUX input is very sensitive to electrical noise and I hear periodic hum when external sound input is connected onto AUX. I may need expensive shielded cable, but I can not afford 30~40 bucks monster cable on this inexpensive head unit.
    2. MP3 file does not resume and start from the beginning when car is restarted. I may never finish 1 hour long audiobook because it’s repeating from the beginning of mp3 file. Listening MP3 song should be OK but it’s really not convenient when I listen long audiobook, lectures or sermon.
    3. 10 track forward / backward skip functions are assigned onto two tiny button, but I prefer to have moving (skipping) next or previous folder (or Dirctory) button instead of skipping 10 tracts, because I’d like to organize my folders depending on the contents by myself.
    4. Buttons seems not well organized. This could be personal preferance, but ….. (1) Bluetooth call receive / reject buttons are too small and tiny.
    5. Aux 3.5mm connector is placed next to the big knob and it’s kind of interfering and not good location, I think. I prefer 3.5 mm aux located at the right side edge or near by SD connector. Well it must be placed far from the USB connector to prevent to touch each other or interfering ….. but ….

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  2. 41 of 43 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    It is OK as an inexpensive player, but has some unusual quirks., October 11, 2013
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    This review is from: BOSS Audio 625UAB In-Dash Single-Din Detachable USB/SD/MP3 Player Receiver Bluetooth Streaming Bluetooth Hands-free with Remote (Electronics)

    After researching the Boss 612 and 625 units on Amazon, because I was pressed for time I purchased the Boss 625UAB at the local Frys. The installation was simple, and splicing the supplied connectors to the harness ends on my 1997 Toyota T100 was also very simple, due to the fact that the Boss connectors wires were both well-marked and color-coded to match the standard (also used by Toyota). The mounting holes also matched, so the Toyota mounting bracket fit well to the unit. It worked first time I turned it on.

    While researching the 612, I found a number of reports about the unit powering on at a high volume; I’m happy to say that that is not an issue with the 625. It is well-behaved and powers on at a comfortably low (and safe) volume.

    The FM radio works OK; sometimes ignition noise is heard.

    The USB port works as expected.

    The “manual” is pretty terse and not very useful. Expect to spend about an hour experimenting with the 625 itself before you will really understand it (not while driving, of course!).

    The remote works well, and is much safer to use while driving rather than trying to adjust the tiny controls.

    There were/are two quirks, though:

    1. When I first began testing the 625, it would always start at the first MP3 file on the 32GB SD card I used. This is even after verifying that the unit continued to receive the +12 VDC backup power via the yellow wire (as I recall). Then, after a couple of days, it simply started “remembering” what song it was playing when I turned off the ignition. I made no wiring or other changes during that time. This feature is still working. BTW: I sent an email to Boss about the original behavior (that is, while it did not remember what song was playing when powered down); I received no response. (This, essentially, is what I expected for an inexpensive unit. So, if my experience is typical, once you buy this unit you can assume that you’ll probably be on your own.)

    2. The second quirk, though, is bizarre. The volume control of the unit is a rotary encoder (which means that the sound volume is being controlled digitally, rather than being a potentiometer in the analog signal path). This is the reason that the unit can power up at a safe volume: the internal microcontroller “sets” the volume to a fixed level as part of the initialization sequence during power up (basically emulating a real volume pot). But, it also means that the volume can change when no one is touching the front panel of the unit or the remote! I have noticed now about three times that the volume will decrease “by itself”. This is easy to fix (simply turn the volume back up), but it is very strange behavior.

    Anyway, because the 625 more or less works OK for an inexpensive unit, has no apparent support from Boss, and likes to change its own volume, I’m giving it a rating of 3. Would I recommend it to someone else? If someone was technically competent to install it and understood (and accepted) the unusual quirks, probably. Otherwise, I’d recommend that you spend a bit more money on a unit that is more stable and has better FM signal quality.

    Additional Notes Nov 1, 2013:

    I’ve encountered two additional quirks since posting this review:

    1. There is something else that was not well thought out regarding the files that are stored on an SD card. I had about 200 songs on an SD card and was simply listening to the tracks in order. At around track 103 (or so) I noticed that the track number showed on the display, but nothing was playing. I advanced to the next song; still no sound. I kept advancing until I found a song that would playback (about 15 tracks or so).

    Later, I removed the SD card and plugged it into the computer to look at the files. What I found was that in the place where I encountered the issue, I had accidentally copied some .TXT and .WAV files to the SD card. The 625, rather than simply skipping the files that it didn’t recognize, it instead attempted to “play” them. But, since these were file types that weren’t recognized, it simply stopped and did nothing. It did not even indicate an error.

    This would have been such a simple feature to design into the 625’s firmware – skip files not recognized as audio!

    2. The 625 in not completely consistent in it power-up logic. There have been a few times that when I turn off my truck while the 625 is playing, then restart the truck later, the 625 will automatically turn itself back on. (Usually, I have to manually turn it back on when restarting the truck.)

    This behavior is harmless, but implies that the devices firmware is not really stable.

    Really, Boss – couldn’t you filter the directory for file types that your player recognizes? When this first happened, I thought the player suddenly quit working. I have to regard this “feature” as USER HOSTILE.

    I’m…

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  3. 12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Perfect or even “Awesome”, February 4, 2014
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    This review is from: BOSS Audio 625UAB In-Dash Single-Din Detachable USB/SD/MP3 Player Receiver Bluetooth Streaming Bluetooth Hands-free with Remote (Electronics)
    I replaced a Boss 620UA, which didn’t have Bluetooth, with the Boss 625UAB.
    The units swapped-out effortlessly, except I needed to order a five-dollar twelve-inch antenna-extension-cable.
    The audio-quality is great, and my phone immediately paired with the unit according to the instructions.
    I can play my smart-phone’s music-collection, now, with this unit’s Bluetooth, eliminating me from necessarily having to update the SD-card with new music.
    My wife said my voice was a little distant but clear, when I called her over the Bluetooth, but I think that’s almost to be expected from any hands-free device.
    I used the SD card, which I had loaded-up with music, swapped-over from the 620UA, and the music played with no problems.
    There’s a programmable preset for the start-up volume, as well as an option to remember the unit’s last volume-level.

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  4. 13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great amp., March 2, 2014
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    Bob

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    This review is from: Rockford Fosgate R500X1D Prime 1-Channel Class D Amplifier (Electronics)
    I paired this with a Pioneer TS-SWX251 10″ sealed sub box and it has plenty of power. Very well made. It does come from the factory with a remote so don’t let Amazon suggest you buy a separate one.

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  5. 16 of 18 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    BOSS amps SUCK!!!, December 13, 2013
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    Sean “sti turbo hyped” (Portland, OR USA) –

    Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: Rockford Fosgate R500X1D Prime 1-Channel Class D Amplifier (Electronics)
    I replaced a boss 1500ar with this unit. I was just giving the boss amp a chance but I knew it would not suffice. Rockford fosgate amps are the best, hands down.

    I have this amp pushing a 10″ fosgate r2d4 sub in a .79 cu ft sealed box @ 2 ohms.

    The volume knob actually works unlike the boss amp.

    Just think, if you pay just a little more you get a tested and verified unit that actually puts out the wattage it advertises. This one came with a spec sheet that tested and verified the amp to run at 642 watts rms. That is a deal in my book.

    AWESOME!! BUY ONE NOW SKIP THE CHEAP GARBAGE AMPS!!

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  6. 6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    so good. I’m running a single 4 ohm 8″ sub, October 5, 2014
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    orangejulio (Portland, OR USA) –

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    This review is from: Rockford Fosgate R500X1D Prime 1-Channel Class D Amplifier (Electronics)
    I’ve only been using it for a day, but so far, so good. I’m running a single 4 ohm 8″ sub, so I’m not working it super hard. Even when testing it at louder volumes than I’d actually listen, it has not gotten very warm. I am a huge proponent of Class D amps, and this one doesn’t disappoint.

    One note about the remote control: I have read a lot of comments out there as to whether or not the level control is a gain control or a “punch” control. As far as I can tell so far, it seems to actually be a gain control, which is what I was hoping. At its max setting, it matches the gain as set on the amp face. At it’s min setting, the sub can barely be heard. This works even with the “punch” value set to minimum on the amp. I personally think the punch boost doesn’t sound very good, so I am not using it. I am going to set the amp’s gain at the level I like, and then I can use the knob to lower the relative level of the sub when my wife is in the car. She’s not a fan of subs.

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