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Boss Audio 508UAB Single Din In Dash Cd AM/FM/Mp3 Receiver w/ Bluetooth & Remote Control

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Boss Audio 508UAB Single Din In Dash Cd AM/FM/Mp3 Receiver w/ Bluetooth & Remote Control 

The Boss Audio 508UAB In-Dash CD/MP3 Player Receiver offers several ways for you to enjoy your favorite music while you drive. Play CD, CD-R and CD-RW media as well as MP3 and WMA formats through SD cards and USB drives. This Boss Audio receiver also pairs with a Bluetooth smartphone for wireless streaming of not only music but also calls, enabling hands-free conversations. 


  • 50 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 Smart Phones and MP3 Players
  • USB, Aux, Input
  • Front & Rear Pre Amp Outputs
  • Wireless Remote
  • Bluetooth Hands-Free, Make and receive calls, Bluetooth Audio Streaming. Play and control music and apps like Spotify/Pandora wirelessly

Inputs & Outputs

  • USB Port
  • USB Charging (1A)*
  • Aux-In
  • Compatible with Audio Output of Smartphones and MP3 players
  • Front & Rear Pre-Amp Outputs

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