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Boss 750BRGB Single DIN Bluetooth CD/Digital Media Car Stereo Receiver

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Boss 750BRGB Single DIN Bluetooth CD/MP3 Digital Media Car Radio Stereo Receiver

Boss Audio
Condition: New

60 Watts x 4 Max Power, Balance/Fader/Bass/Treble and Preset built-in EQ
Plays Bluetooth/CD/USB, MP3, WMA, FM/AM, Digital Media from Smart Phones
Compatible with Audio out from Smartphones and MP3 Players
USB, Aux, Input
Front & Rear Pre Amp Outputs
Detachable Front Panel, Wireless Remote, USB Charging, Multi Color Illumination Options
Bluetooth Hands Free, Make and receive calls, Bluetooth Audio Streaming. Play and control music and apps like Spotify/Pandora wirelessly

CD-R/RW Audio
Bluetooth Audio Streaming ( stream and control your favorite music apps)

Inputs & Outputs
Bluetooth Hands Free
USB Charging (1A)
USB Port
Compatible with Audio Output for iPod/iPhone, Smartphones and MP3 Players
Front & Rear Pre-Amp Outputs

Single DIN Fit
Wireless Remote Control
Full Detachable Front Panel
Switchable US & Europe Tuner Frequencies
Mounting Measurement: 7.165" W x 2.087" x 6" D

750BRGB Main Unit
Face Case
Wire Harness
Remote Control

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