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  • Solid State AM/FM/MP3 Receiver w/Full Detachable Front Panel
  • Internal iPod Docking Station concordant with many iPod models
  • USB; SD Card Slot & Front Aux-In ports
  • Power 80 Watts X 4 Channels

Product Description
Solid State MP3 Receiver w/ iPod Docking Station, Bluetooth, USB/SD Card Slot, Front Aux-In AM/FM, 80W X 4

Boss 755DBI Solid State MP3 Receiver with Built-In iPod Docking Station



4 Reviews

  1. Olegfrog says:

    Boss 755DBI Solid State MP3 Receiver with Built-In iPod Docking Station is a great system!!!! Standard self installation (30 -40 minutes)…

    Reads iPod immediately (doesn’t take any time to read information before starts playing). U can unplug iPod at any time you want.

    Card reader works like a charm as well!!! Works also with large cards (i use 16Gb). Doesn’t take any time to read card info before it starts playing!!!

    AUX and mini USB also work without any problems. radio comes with a USB cord.

    Blue-tooth works great! And it is very easy to switch from blue-tooth option to hand phone by just pressing the (>>)”next” button

    I just love it!!!! it suits me well!!!
    I do recomend it!!!!
    A friend of mine already bought one after playing with my radio!!!
    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. John Cuyle says:

    I bought this radio as a replacement for the stock unit in my Miata. The stock radio burned out and I pretty much just wanted something with an aux in and a USB port. This isn’t a bad radio. It is inexpensive and it has those features. It’s easy to use, except for tuning FM (a low priority feature for me since I listen to my own music.) The USB port happily charges my music player, which means I don’t have to worry about running out of power on a long trip.

    That said, it feels very cheaply made. The iPod dock is an annoying feature, as it is easy to pop it out accidentally. Unfortunately I didn’t realize the USB port is a mini USB port. While a lot of cellphones use a miniusb port to charge nowadays, I don’t actually have a miniusbto miniusb cable to check to see if my phone will charge. Most phones are picky about cables and come with a standard USB to mini cable which works. Most music players also come with a proprietary to standard USB cable. A standard sized port would be much more useful. Oddly, BOSS seems to realize this as they packed in a minusb male to standard female cable. It’s bizzarre they didn’t simply design it with a USB-A port in the first place. Second, and this is the big problem I have with the unit, while most of the installation consists of relatively straightforward wiring of a new connector in, which is no problem, mounting the unit is. There’s no provision for mounting it. As in, none. There’s a thin metal strap you can bend to support the back end of the unit but there’s no way to mount the thing into any kind of frame. The manual instructs you to select screw holes on the side of the unit that match up with holes in your factory mounting frame, but there are no holes on the side of the unit. I’m still trying to sort out exactly how I’m going to attach the thing to my car, which is an entirely unnecessary headache which could have been remedied had the manufacturer bothered to simply drill the holes into the casing that the manual describes.

    Rating: 3 / 5

  3. Nicolaas says:

    This deck installed beautifully in my 99 Jetta. With an iPod touch/iPhone it looks like a deck with a custom display. Works and sounds amazing but the bluetooth function is sub-par. Everyone I talk to says I sound very far away which I know is annoying to listen to. Other than that it’s a step towards the non-CD players in cars. highly recommended.

    Rating: 4 / 5

  4. Kevin Harding says:

    Installed a few weeks ago into an ’02 Sprinter, replacing a Sound 30 without aux in. For about $100, does everything I wanted:

    * Charge and play iPod touch- without any cords!
    * Front-mounted aux in for laptop or other MP3 players
    * Simple controls
    * Bluetooth

    The negative points in the other reviews are true:
    * Bluetooth audio isn’t the best- but you can always pass it back to the handset
    * Equalizer on LCD is always on and largely useless
    * iPOD tray comes out easily- but the iPOD Touch insert snaps in so it’s always out anyway
    * Clock won’t stay on display when playing radio or other input

    Still, these are minor issues to deal with for the price. I’ve put a 1000 miles on the vehicle since installation, $100 well spent.
    Rating: 5 / 5

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