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Can I hook up an amplifer to this unit?

I want to hook up an amp, does this unit have that option? I wanted to know before I purchased it.

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Yes you can hook an amp to this unit!
it has two audio output jacks for connection to an amp. and you can see that in the specifications at the bottom of this page http://www.fixya.com/support/p920224-xo_vision_xod1742bt_car_dvd_player

Posted on Mar 02, 2009

  • jason Mar 02, 2009

    here is the specs.

    Specifications

    Product MPN

    MPNXOD1742BT

    Key Features

    Supported Audio Formats Audio CD, MP3, WMA, MP4

    Supported Video Formats Video CD (VCD), DVD, MPEG-4, DivX, SVCD, AVI

    Number of Audio Channels 4 Channels

    Included Units In-Dash Player, In-Dash Monitor, Flip-Down Monitor, Amplifier

    Supported Media Types DVD Video, VCD, SVCD, DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD+R, DVD+RW, CD (Audio), CD-R, CD-RW

    Control

    Remote ControlWith Remote Control

    Changer Control CapabilitiesCD

    Tuner

    Radio Tuner AM, FM

    Monitor

    Aspect Ratio16:9

    Monitor Size7 Inch

    Touch PanelWith Touch Panel

    Motorized MonitorMotorized Monitor

    Text DisplayCD Text, ID3Tag

    Speaker Output

    Power Per Channel80 Watts x 4 Channels

    Connectors

    Pre-Amp Outputs4 Channels

    Input Connectors Audio Aux x 1, Camera x 1, USB x 1

    Output Connectors RCA (2 Audio Channels) x 2

    Player Dimensions

    Depth6.9 in

    Height3.9 in

    Width7.5 in

    Weight8.8 lb

    Mounting Standard DIN

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