Sony WX900BT 2-DIN CD Receiver with Bluetooth (Black) Discontinued by manufacturer

2-DIN CD Receiver with Bluetooth (Black)

Product Features

  • Integrated Bluetooth technology, One-touch listening with NFC, SongPal App for intuitive remote control, 2-Zone Dynamic Color Illuminator with Sound Synchronization
  • CD-R/RW/USB playback supports MP3/WMA/AAC/WAV/FLAC, SiriusXM Satellite radio ready, Bluetooth Auto Pairing for iPhone/iPod, Siri Control for hands-free control of your iOs device
  • Front Aux and USB w/ High-Charge for iOs & MSC/MTP USB devices, Works with Pandora (iOs and Android), Advanced sound with EQ10, MEGA BASS, and digital HPF/LPF crossovers, DSEE and ClearAudio+TM technology deliver rich sound
  • 2-Volt front, rear, and sub RCA preamp outputs, Subwoofer direct connection capable, Digital Clarity Tuner with RDS, Configurable steering wheel remote control input ready.Audio level adjustment YES (-6 dB – +6 dB)
  • External hands free mic supplied, Convenient wireless remote supplied and with high-contrast Vertical Alignment screen

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2 Responses to Sony WX900BT 2-DIN CD Receiver with Bluetooth (Black) Discontinued by manufacturer

  1. Aperture40 says:

    Looks great, sounds great! Quite a remarkable head unit for the price, and I would say it’s the most attractive non-touchscreen double DIN on the market right now. It has tons of audio features for fine tuning of sound, and I could only imagine how good this unit would be with amps to control. Colors are sensitive and rich, and the dimmer does a good job, which is essential for me. I was able to match the dash colors easily, and it looks like it was meant to come factory in the 2010 Xterra. Easily Sony’s best looking and…

  2. M. Koller says:

    Despite minor quirks, very functional. I purchased this item to install in a 2014 Jeep Compass. The unit itself has a variety of features, moreso than Jeep’s own Uconnect units (such as the one in a family member’s 2017 Grand Cherokee). NFC pairs flawlessly with my Sony Xperia L1, and the connection remains solid throughout each drive.I love how easy it is to navigate system menus. It takes only a few seconds to change certain settings, such as the display brightness and colors. Since my Jeep did not have an accessory…