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Blaupunkt VERMONT 72 Single-DIN Mechless All-Digital Media Receiver with Bluetooth and USB

Precio original $37.95 - Precio original $37.95
Precio original
$37.95 - $37.95
Precio actual $37.95

BLAUPUNKT Multimedia Car Stereo - Single DIN LCD Display with Bluetooth Streaming, Hands-Free Calling, MP3/USB Front Aux, AM/FM Receiver

The Blaupunkt VERMONT 72 Single-DIN Mechless All-Digital Media Receiver is an AM/FM Bluetooth Media Receiver that features an aux port, microSD Card slot, USB port (with charging functionality), RCA line output, and Bluetooth capabilities. The AM/FM radio has up to 30 preset stations, so it will be easy for you to keep up with all your favorite stations. A remote is included.

  • 120 Watts Max Output Power
  • 2-Channel Audio Output
  • Designed To Replace Existing, Older Single-Din Head Units In Order To Add Updated Features Such Bluetooth, Digital Media, And Smartphone Compatibility
  • LCD Display, clear viewing of all Stereo functions with LCD illuminated display
  • Hands Free, answer/make calls through your stereo when connected to your cell phone
  • Bluetooth Wireless Hands-Free Audio Streaming And Hands-Free Calling To Keep Hands On The Wheel And Eyes On The Road For Safety
  • Remote Control, full functionality at the tip of your hands with the included remote control

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