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Blaupunkt Atlanta 740 7" Touchscreen Digital Media Receiver Car Stereo with USB Bluetooth

Precio original $79.95 - Precio original $79.95
Precio original
$79.95 - $79.95
Precio actual $79.95

Blaupunkt Atlanta 740 7" Touchscreen Digital Media Receiver Car Stereo with USB Bluetooth

The Blaupunkt Atlanta740 7 receiver and remote with a 800 x 480 resolution and features wireless connection, AUX inputs, USB inputs, and TF Card slot for your media convenience. Specifications include a Front USB port that supports charging and playback, Front Aux Input, MirrorLink for Android, AM/FM Radio Tuner, 30 Channel Presets, Rear View Camera Input Function, Multiple Preset EQs (JAZZ/ROCK/POP/CLASSIC), TF Card Slot that supports up to 32GB, and a remote control. The Atlanta740 is compatible with RMVB/RM/FLV/3GP/MPEG/DIVX/XVID/DATNOB/AVI/MP5/MP4/MP3/WMA/WAV files and has a power output of up to 4 x 50 Watts for rich bass and high quality sounds for the ultimate audio experience.

  • Front Aux-Input
  • TF Card Slot
  • Front USB Input


  • 30 Channel Presets
  • AM/FM Radio Tuner
  • Multiple Preset EQ JAZZ/ROCK/POP/CLASSIC
  • Supports Rear View Camera Input Function
  • Supports MirrorLink™ for Android™
  • Front USB Port Supports Charging and Playback
  • Bluetooth Hands-Free Calls
  • TF Card™ Slot Supports up to 32GB
  • Remote Control Included
  • DISPLAY: 7" 800 x 480 Touch Screen
  • INPUT: AUX Input
  • PORTS/SLOTS: USB Port / TF Card™ Slot 
  • POWER: 4 x 50W Max

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