SSL ML39USA In-Dash Single-Din USB/SD/MP3 Player Receiver

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FEATURES

1) AUX (Auxiliary) In – This little input in the front of the ML39USA that says “AUX” is an interface that allows the input of audio signals for MP3 players, headphones and portable music players. It is for AUDIO ONLY and not video. 2) Output Power: 40 Watts x 4 Channels – The ML39USA offers 4 channels that can be used to hook up 4 speakers. Typically though, it is a much better practice to have an amplifier running your system. 3) Playback – MP3 / WMA 4) AM/FM Receiver

INPUTS & OUTPUTS

1) Front and Rear Outputs 2) Pre-Amp Outputs

Compatible With Audio Output of iPod / iPhone, Smartphones and MP3 Players
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Compatible With Audio Output of iPod / iPhone, Smartphones and MP3 Players

A great feature that comes in really handy is that little hole in the front of your unit that says “AUX”. What this means is that if you can connect a device that has an Auxiliary output, such as your iPhone/iPod, smartphone and MP3 players straight into the Auxiliary input of your head unit. So basically a cable that has (2) 3.5mm audio (male) plugs. IMPORTANT: Please beware that this feature is not the same as the “Full iPod Control”. This feature will only allow you to control your music by clicking on the designated buttons via the face or front side of your unit.

Rear Of ML39USA
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USB Port
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SD Memory Card Port
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Product Features

  • Compatible with Audio Output of iPod/iPhone, Smartphones and most MP3 Players
  • USB and SD Ports
  • MP3/WMA Compatible

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3 Responses to SSL ML39USA In-Dash Single-Din USB/SD/MP3 Player Receiver

  1. richard c coffman says:

    Ive had lots of decks in my lifetime like sony, pioneer This is the newer model of the ssl I have now but im sure its not any different in performance, long story short it a cheap stereo but defenatly does what you need it to do. Ive had lots of decks in my lifetime like sony, pioneer, and all the name brands that people go crazy for and this deck can hang with the best of them. Sound quality is good, cheap feeling buttons is probably the only negative thing I have to say about this deck. I will defenatly be buying another one of these for my other…

  2. Jonathan Nelson says:

    It really is pretty good, for what you pay for It really is pretty good, for what you pay for. The radio does feel very cheap, the buttons make that plastic “clack” sound when you push them. But the interface is straightforward, Aux In works great, it gets plenty loud with just the built-in amp. Haven’t played with the SD card or USB ports yet, but very nice to have the option. Annoyances: the center wheel click doesn’t seem to work that great, not sure if there’s a lag or if it’s the hardware. Usually end up pressing it two or…

  3. sirbg112 says:

    It’s quite a good player. Easy to install and can be used … 0