The Skinny: Encased in copper, this Eclipse CD7200 mkII audio head end for your car is strictly high-end. The catch: iPod songs and playlists show up on screen, but for that you'll be buying an optional connector. It's USB and Bluetooth-friendly, storing six Bluetooth presets that are sure to accommodate every gadget you carry. Just like fancy schmancy cables, all the connectors are gold plated, and there's even high-voltage/low impedance 24-bit D-to-A converters. Sounds like some serious audio guff. [Eclipse]
Eclipse CD7200 mkII, Kickass CD Tuner for Audiophiles on the Road
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