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Planet Audio P385UAB Single DIN Bluetooth CD AM/FM Receiver + Free AUX

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Planet Audio P385UAB Single DIN Bluetooth CD AM/FM Car Receiver + Free AUX Cable

Planet Audio
MPN: P385UAB + 3.5-12F
Condition: New

50 Watts x 4 Max Power
Balance/Fader/Bass/Treble and Preset
Built-in EQ
Plays Bluetooth, CD, SD, MP3, WMA, FM/AM, Digital Media from Smart Phones
Compatible with Audio Output from Smart Phones and MP3 Players
SD and AUX Input
Front and Rear Pre Amp Outputs
Wireless Remote
USB Charging
Bluetooth Hands Free
Free AUX Cable included

P385UAB Manual:

Chassis Dimensions:
178(W) x 160(D) x 50(H) mm
Power Supply Requirement: DC 12V
Current Consumption: 15A MAX
Maximum Power Output: 50W x 4CH

FM Radio
87.5MHz - 107.9 MHz/87.5 - 108.0 MHz
Usable Sensitivity: 30 dBu
I.F. Frequency: 10.7 MHz

AM Radio
530 KHz - 1710 KHz/522 - 1620 KHz
Usable Sensitivity: 20 dBu
I.F. Frequency: 450 KHz

Usable Audio Formats:
USB Port Type: 2.0
USB Charging: 5V/1A
Card Type: MicroSD
Pre-amp Output: Front and Rear
Frequency Response: 20 Hz - 20 KHz
S/N Ratio: 60dB

BT Profile Supports:
Range of Frequency: 2.4GHz spectrum

P385UAB Receiver
Wireless Remote
Two Wire Harness
One FREE AUX Cable
User's Manual

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