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RedPower In Dash Radio/DVD/CD/MP3 Player with 3.5" TFT
Author: Jason Kohrs
Manufacturer: RedPower
Source: Geeks.com
Purchase: Geeks.com
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RedPower In Dash Radio/DVD/CD/MP3 Player with 3.5
October 04, 2006

Geeks.com has sent over many interesting items for review over the past few years; from computer components to consumer electronics, they always have something new worth checking out. The Geeks are back again with something cool, but this time we're taking the show on the road.


Up for review this time around is the RedPower In Dash Radio/DVD/CD/MP3 Player with 3.5" TFT (model 990DVD-4); a full blown media center for your car! The brand name may be unknown, but the promotional image above shows that it looks sharp and the list of features and specifications below show that it has alot to offer (at least on paper).

The following data was taken from the Geeks.com website, for a complete list of features and specifications, please visit this page.

General Features:

Electronic anti-shock technology
Pre-select programs and access them on command with the PTY button
3.5-inch wide TFT color LCD screen
NTSC/PAL compatible
Two (2) pairs of RCA outputs
AM/FM/MPX stereo reciever
Thirty (30) preset radio stations
Four (4)x60W max power output
Removable outer panel
In-dash installation
RDS-EON function
Electronic audio control
MMC/SD/USB card reader
Subwoofer output
Rear monitor video output
TV tuner receiver
85 dB Signal-to-noise ratio
20 to 20 Khz frequency response

Front Panel Features:

3.5" wide TFT color LCD screen
LED lamp
Disc slot

Top Panel Features:

USB port
SD socket
Rear Connectors:

Two (2) Rear speaker out connectors
Two (2) Front speaker out connectors
One (1) of each video in/out connectors
Antenna receptacle

Disc Formats:

MPEG4
DVD
VCD1.0/1.1/2.0/3.0
MP3
CD
CD-R
CD-RW
Picture CD

This device sure adds a good deal of functionality to a tiny slot on your car's dashboard! The published data looks good, now let's see if RedPower has something worth considering as you plan your DIY edition of Pimp My Ride.

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