Boss Audio 758DBI In-Dash Digital Media Receiver with Built-In iPod Docking Station

November 9, 2013 - Comment

758DBI In-Dash Single-DIN MP3 Compatible Digital Media AM/FM Receiver iPhone/iPod adapter included view larger Bluetooth Compatibility The 758DBI supports A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile), which enables music streaming over Bluetooth. You can also connect your phone and take calls with the press of a button, so you can keep on driving without any distractions. Built-In

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758DBI In-Dash Single-DIN MP3 Compatible Digital Media AM/FM Receiver

BOSS iPhone/iPod adapter included
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The 758DBI supports A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile), which enables music streaming over Bluetooth. You can also connect your phone and take calls with the press of a button, so you can keep on driving without any distractions.

Built-In iPod Docking Station

Push in on the face of the 758DBI and the built-in docking and charging station pops out. Dock your iPod and you are ready to go.

Detachable Face Plate

The front face plate detaches so you can carry it with you.

Switchable US and Europe Tuner Frequencies

If you happen to take the 758DBI outside of the US, you are able to pick up European frequencies so that you can enjoy your music abroad as well.

RDS Tuner

Radio Data System allows FM broadcasters to send more than just an analog audio signal over the air waves. Using a 57 kHz “subcarrier,” stations can transmit digital RDS data for reception by RDS-equipped FM tuners. Depending on what the broadcaster transmits and what your tuner can pick up, you can receive information such as the name of the artist/song, name of the station, genre, traffic information, and more.

Front Auxiliary In

On the front of the 758DBI is an input labeled “AUX”, which allows the input of audio signals for MP3 players, headphones, and portable music players.

Output Power: 80 Watts x 4 Channels

The 758DBI offers four channels that can be used to hook up four speakers. Typically though, it is a much better practice to have an amplifier running your system.

Key Features Plays MP3 audio USB memory port SD memory card port Rear RCA outputs What’s in the Box 758DBI Remote control Instruction manual Removal keys Wire harness iPhone/iPad adapters BOSS Detachable face plate
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view larger Model Bluetooth Audio USB/SD Ports Bluetooth Hands-Free iPod Audio Output Subwoofer Out AUX Input Output Power 637UA USB Only ✓ ✓ 60W x 4 CH 647CK USB Only ✓ ✓ 60W x 4 CH 650UA ✓ ✓ ✓ 60W x 4 CH 738UA ✓ ✓ ✓ 60W x 4 CH 758DBI ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ 80W x 4 CH 775DI SD Only ✓ ✓ 80W x 4 CH 810DBI ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ 80W x 4 CH 870DBI ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ 80W x 4 CH

Product Features

  • In-dash AM/FM MP3 Digital Media Receiver with Remote
  • Built-in iPod docking station with iPod connector allows you to easily dock your iPod or iPhone with your car stereo
  • Built-in Bluetooth technology supports hands-free calling with a compatible Bluetooth phone
  • Quarts digital clock
  • Solid state receiver (No built-in CD player)

 

 

Comments

Dmitriy says:

Great stereo, few minor problems, but overall a great buy. OK, I have not seen many reviews on this stereo at all, so I figured I should go ahead and make one to help some people out.First, the stereo comes with a remote, simple installation kit, iPod dock clips to properly fit your generation of iPod/iPhone, and proper wiring to be soldered to existing wiring to be able to use its unique plug. I soldered the wiring with no difficulty, and everything worked perfectly with that. The installation kit was a bit simple, and i went with a different approach because I believe a housing box is required for the stereo to properly be installed with the kit. The front of the kit was a bit too big for my car, but that is not mostly because my car is a 1993 corolla and was most likely never meant for the more modern systems. The kit fit in regardless, and though the front had to be behind the cars panel, everything still functioned (other than the iPod dock clip) and looked great.The system itself is a very good and well designed…

Cisco T. says:

Awesome concept – not so great application So I have an iPhone, and I listen to my podcasts and music right off my phone. This stereo looked like it was the right product for me since I no longer have any CDs, everything I buy is in digital format from either amazon or the itunes store. Enter the Boss Audio 758DBI. I think I now know why these things aren’t available in stores :-|.First, let me say that installation was easy. I picked up a stereo kit and was able to wire this guy up during my lunch hour, nothing out of the ordinary. If you are not familiar with putting a stereo in a car, then I suggest you go to a location where they will install it for you.now for the performance of this stereo…FM quality is great (nothing spectacular but it sounds good).USB playback is also great, the built-in decoder seems to be pretty good, great bass reproduction and sound quality (you should have comparable speakers that can be driven by the bass loud boost of this stereo. I did not test the…

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