DSX-A210UI | Digital Media Receiver
EXTRA BASS™ adds power to every bassline
Push the EXTRA BASS button to add some serious low-end power to your music. It works by reinforcing basslines to create deep, punchy bass. Simply press the button to activate the mode and enjoy the dynamic sound.
Customise your sound with the 10-band equaliser
Tailor audio playback to your liking with the 10-band graphic equaliser. Move the sliders around to create your own unique soundscape, or choose from 10 pre-sets. The new karaoke mode lowers vocal frequencies so you can have enjoyable sing-along sessions in your car.
Connect your handheld device with USB
Hook up your MP3 player to the front USB port to access your mobile music library.
Vertical Alignment LCD screen for easy reading
With a wider viewing angle and up to 5x higher contrast than conventional screens, the vertical alignment screen is always easy to read.
Match with Sony speakers for even better sound
Want to expand your system? For the best possible match, try Sony’s FB full range speakers. They complement the EXTRA BASS circuitry for rich, powerful sound.
Listen to high quality FLAC files
FLAC is a file format that, unlike MP3, compresses the audio signal without any loss in audio quality. Plug into to the front USB port to play back FLAC files in all their glory.
Sound-synchronised illumination turns up the excitement
See the music move, with lights that change and pulse with the dynamics of the track.
Configurable steering wheel remote input
Want to use steering wheel controls instead of pressing buttons on the receiver? Installation is easy on compatible vehicles, thanks to the configurable steering wheel remote input.
4 X 55W amplification for clear, powerful sound
The built-in amplifier delivers 55 watts x 4 (max. at 4 ohms) / 20 watts x 4 (RMS at 4 ohms), giving you all the volume you need.
USB input lets you play music from your iPhone or iPod
With the handy USB input, you can easily play music from your iOS device. Just plug in with a USB cable (not supplied), and you can control basic playback functions while seeing track information on the display.
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