Clarion has introduced the DXZ388RUSB, a starter audio system, but with enough features to keep up with the big boys.
That includes CD/CD-R/CD-RW and MP3/WMA/AAC playback, direct iPod control (no additional leads needed) via the front facing USB slot and Clarion’s own CeNet connectivity system, which makes adding a CD changer or Bluetooth receiver easy for just abut anyone. There’s also 4-channel x 50 watts of amplification, digital Z-Enhancer sound customisation for boosting treble and bass and the Magna Bass EX provides extra low-frequency impact.
Available now, it retails for £149.
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