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Planet Audio P90CPAC Car Receiver 9" Single DIN Touch Screen w/ Apple CarPlay

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Planet Audio P90CPAC Car Receiver 9" Single-DIN Touch Screen 

The Planet Audio P90CPAC has Apple CarPlay Android Auto Car Receiver - Single Din with 9 Inch Capacitive Touchscreen, Rear Camera Included, Bluetooth, No DVD, Multicolor Illumination, A-Link-Screen Mirroring



  • Apple CarPlay & Android Auto
  • Single Din Chassis with Double DIN conversion brackets
  • 9” Capacitive Touchscreen.
  • Switchable US & EU Tuner Frequencies
  • AM/FM Receiver
  • Steering Wheel Control Input (*Interface not included)
  • RBDS Tuner
  • Update via USB
  • Multicolor Illumination
  • 85 Watts x 4 Channel
  • High-Resolution Color
  • Low Light Visibility
  • Weather Proof
  • Wide Angle View
  • NTSC Output
  • Hidden Mounting Bracket
  • Optional On-screen Display


  • Bluetooth® Hands-free
  • Aux-In
  • Compatible with Audio Output of iPod®/iPhone®, Smartphones and MP3 players
  • A/V Input
  • Front & Rear Camera Input
  • Front, Rear, Sub Pre-Amp Outputs
  • USB Port 1: CarPlay & Android Auto, 1.5A Charging
  • USB Port 2: Media & 1.5A Charging
  • External BT Mic


  • High-Resolution FLAC
  • Bluetooth® Audio Streaming Stream and Control your Favorite Music APPs

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