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XO Vision XD103 FM and MP3 Stereo Receiver with USB Port and SD Card Slot

XO Vision XD103 FM and MP3 Stereo Receiver with USB Port and SD Card Slot


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XO Vision XD103 FM and MP3 Stereo Receiver with USB Port and SD Card Slot

XO Vision XD103 FM and MP3 Stereo Receiver with USB Port and SD Card Slot
  • 20W x 4 Max Power
  • USB Connection, SD Card Slot, and AUX In
  • FM Tuner with 18 Presets
  • Preamplified Line-Out
  • Half Size DIN Depth
The FM and MP3 Stereo Receiver with USB Port and SD Card Slot delivers high quality sound at 80 Watts of Max Power. Playback your favorite music from removable storage devices using the USB Port and SD Card Slot. The AUX in even lets you play music directly from your MP3 Player! Audio output 20 x 4 watts (Max). MP3 playback via USB port or SD card slot. Digital FM tuner with 18 presets. Aux in on front panel. Preamplified Lineout. Half Size DIN Depth. 4 Channel Audio Output. Electronic Audio Controls.

Precio de lista: $ 34.99 Precio: $ 19.88

What customers say about XO Vision XD103 FM and MP3 Stereo Receiver with USB Port and SD Card Slot?

  1. 146 of 158 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Works almost flawlessly., November 3, 2012
    By 
    Luis Salguero “Luis S.” (Guatemala city, Guatemala) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

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    This review is from: XO Vision XD103 FM and MP3 Stereo Receiver with USB Port and SD Card Slot (Electronics)
    This stereo completely fills my needs to replace the basic and standard factory stereo (On a Mazda Protege DX 99′). If it’s the first time you’re trying to replace your old car stereo, this is a great choice.

    What I like about this Stereo:

    – Great value for your money, definitely a worthy upgrade of your old factory stereo.
    – A very nice set of options and adjustments for the quality of the sound (Bass, Treble, Fade, Balance, EQ).
    – Did not alter the quality of the sound of my car. Big thumbs up!
    – Easy to install if you have the correct tools.
    – Easy to use. It’s not a complicated User Interface.

    What I think it should be different but does not bother me much:

    – It will not allow you to see the clock during your commute for longer than 10 seconds, it will switch back to either the station or the song’s name (if you’re USB, AUX or MMC), it should allow you to see the clock or the music information to your choice.
    – It won’t display the names of the songs completely, it has a character limit.
    – Hard plastic makes it feel cheap, but it certainly does not look cheap at all.
    – Screen should be brighter during sunlight, you can barely see the information if it’s a very sunny day. It looks gorgeous at night though.
    – It will read the music via USB/AUX/MMC based on how they are ordered in the card or device.

    What I dislike about it:
    – After a proper installation, every time I accelerate with the car, it makes a whistling noise. I was not paying much attention to it at the beginning, but now it’s starting to be very annoying.

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  2. 60 of 66 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Decent MP3 player, some downsides, April 23, 2013
    By 
    RC
    (TOP 500 REVIEWER)
      

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    A passable stereo for the money. It plays MP3s off of SD and USB pretty well, if you don’t mind that it cuts off the first half-second of each file (which is pretty jarring if your MP3s don’t have a lot of silence at the beginning).

    It at least saves your position, playback continues where you left off, automatically. The controls it has are as good as you could expect for a simple car stereo (about the same as a good CD player) but no comparison to the full-featured in-dash screens with scroll wheels and an array of on-screen options. Fast forward and rewind are responsive, and work as they should, as does jump forward/back, skip +10/-10 songs, random play, etc., which isn’t always the case for cheap MP3 players. There was clearly some thought put into user-friendly operation. When the SD or USB card isn’t inserted, it will skip over those options as you change the “mode”. And when you plug-in an SD or USB drive, it automatically opens it and starts playing. And it’s never been unresponsive to input… All the buttons work quickly, no matter what mode you’re in, or what the player is doing.

    The (amplifier) sound quality isn’t impressive, but for this price, it’s probably only slightly worse than you’d expect… Better than cheap amplified computer speakers, and good enough not to matter in a fairly noisy car. But you’ll notice your music just doesn’t sound right. Particularly with AUX input, you should expect substantial noise and distortion, but while you’re moving, the road noise partially masks it.

    If you want to add bluetooth to wirelessly stream music from your phone (as well as turn-by-turn navigation directions), you only need to spend another $5. It sticks way out from your dash, but it’s no worse than every other name-brand “bluetooth ready/compatible” stereo:

    * Amcctvshop USB Bluetooth Music Receiver Adapter 3.5mm Stereo Audio for Iphone4 4s 5 Mp3

    I’m not bothered by the LCD brightness… It’s not very bright, but it’s visible, even in sunlight, while viewed through sunglasses. Yeah, the clock won’t stay up there for long, but hitting the button works fine, and automatically switching back to the song/station info is more user-friendly, and definitely the way I prefer it to work. The LCD EQ even looks nice.

    FM reception isn’t very good. Only the booming local stations are coming through well enough to listen to. Any station that doesn’t overload a decent radio is hard to hear on this thing, behind a wall of static, or just fading in and out enough that it’s unlistenable. I’ve tried swapping antenna connectors and such without any luck. Since others have complained about reception as well, I don’t believe it’s just me. I found the Local/DX option, but toggling it does NOTHING, but I leave it set on DX. The scan up/down is very sensitive, and AMS does its job, auto-programming all the available stations to the preset buttons, but that’s cold comfort with such poor FM radio reception. If you want a radio, none of these cheap no-name units does the job. You’re just going to have to spend twice as much for a name-brand car stereo (JVC/Pioneer/etc.).

    But my biggest complaint is that the USB port is useless for charging a phone… It was GREAT having a USB cord dangling from my dash, ready to go all the time… not having to hassle with $2 cigarette lighter chargers constantly. That is, until I noticed my phone wasn’t charging at all. This stereo is putting out a steady 5V on the USB port, but as such a low current that my phone gets drained, rather than charging at all. This while the charging light is on, fooling you into thinking it’s doing something. Since even a $2 cigarette lighter adapter can do a decent job of charging, and this $30 stereo can’t, this is pretty inexcusable, and a huge missed opportunity, which could and should have been a killer feature.

    It works well enough as an MP3 player that I’m not going to send it back, even as disappointed as I am with the AUX input sound quality, zero-power USB port, and the terrible radio reception. I wish I could find a name brand car stereo that does just radio/USB/SD/aux like this one, but with better quality, without costing 3x as much as I paid for this one.

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  3. 96 of 113 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    XO Vision XD103, March 25, 2013
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    This review is from: XO Vision XD103 FM and MP3 Stereo Receiver with USB Port and SD Card Slot (Electronics)
    I was a bit skeptical about making this purchase. I own a 2000 Jeep Wrangler with a soft top and on a normal day it can be difficult to listen to music because of the outside noise. For starters, I had this stereo receiver professionally installed. I was advised to purchase a harness and an in-dash installation kit for the Jeep. I found this stuff at Best Buy and their techs explained why I needed the stuff. I just picked up my Jeep and the stereo looks great. I wanted to test out the USB port because I would like to travel without my MP3 player and it worked amazingly great; I liked the shuffle/random play. There is only one file on the USB device so I am not sure if I can select different folders or not, I will test that later. The sound was a bit off, at first, and I played around with the bass and treble to get the rich sound that I prefer. The stereo is equipped with an equalizer but I kept mine on Flat and made the settings to suit my liking. I drove the Jeep on a highway at 65 and having a soft top means it would be near impossible to listen to music, nicely…. I had that problem with the manufactured stereo that came with the Jeep. I had to turn the stereo up to 27 and the sound came through loud, clear and very rich deep tones. I am not sure how high the volume can go but before purchasing this stereo I had to keep the volume turned up so 27 seems reasonable on highway and in regular city I only had to have it set between 15-20 – I think this was the best $25 spent and even with the additional money spent – harness, in-dash installation kit and professional installation it still cost less than $150.00. I would recommend this stereo to anyone who is looking for something inexpensive with a very rich sound. Someone who has no need for a CD player and AM radio and is willing to make a little investment into making it perfect for their vehicle.

    ******Update:
    I have now used the SD Card slot and I have set the clock to the correct time. SD Card slot is awesome, I like the shuffle and random play. Depending on how many files you store in the SD card can make the difference if you are looking for a specific song. You can scroll through the files but that can be time consuming. My advice, keep it simple I sort my music by genre and only place favorites on the SD card. The sound is great and the best part is I can keep the card in the slot, no cords or USB devices sticking out from my dash – very clean look.

    I set the clock to the correct time. It’s not as bright as the other stuff but if you press clock while listening to music it shows the time at the same brightness as the other information being displayed and after a few seconds it goes away and the scroll of music information continues.

    I still love this receiver, I have no complaints.

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