- What's in the Box
- Proposition 65
Nakamichi NAM3510-M7 7" Double DIN Digital Receiver Apple Carplay Car Stereo
Nakamichi Car Audio is a new player in the Australian market this year, coming off the back of some impressive gains and results in Asia. The Nakamichi NAM3510-M7 Apple CarPlay and Android Auto unit is probably our favorite budget Apple CarPlay/Android Auto Unit this year.
- 7" Extra-large touchscreen LCD, Short Chassis with Sleeve and Trim Ring (true Double DIN opening)
- Compatible with Apple Carplay, Works with Android Auto
- Two USB Ports (USB 2.0 front panel and 1A/5V charging rear)
- Maximum Output Power: MOSFET 50W x 4 (4V RCA Front and Rear plus 3V Sub out)
- Shallow chassis allows for installation into vehicles unable to be outfitted with standard chassis radios. Cramped dashes no longer pose as much of a threat!
- Operation votage 14.4V(10.5-16V)
- Product size 178×100×128MM
- Panel Installation Size
- Net weight 900g
TFT SCREEN ITEM
- Size 7''
- Resolution 800×480RGB
- Contrast ratio 500
- Brightness 500nit
- Communication system BT 4.0 +EDR
- Frequency band 2.4GHZ
- Max Range
- Max Power 4×50W
- Pre-output(V) 4V/10KΩ
- Pre-output impedance ≤600Ω
- Speakers impedance 4-8Ω
- AUDIO FORMAT
- USB Readable/chargeable(5±0.25V/1A)
- FM Frequency 87.5-108.0MHZ
- AM Frequency 522-1620KHZ
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