Pyle Hydra PLMR19W Marine CD/MP3 Player - 200 W RMS - iPod/iPhone Compatible - Single DIN

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Pyle's Hydra series has the solution for your marine audio needs - this PLMR19W head unit is capable of tuning AM/FM, weatherband (so you'll always be prepared), and playing MP3s from your USB stick or SD card. It's rated at 4 x 50 watts, so each speaker has plenty of independent power. And it comes with everything you've come to expect from a modern head unit: a 30 station memory, an auxiliary input to hook up an MP3 player or iPod, and a dot matrix LCD display. The LCD screen is backlit and shows relevant track info. A wireless remote control means you can change tracks without having to get up. Adjust volume, bass, treble, balance, and fader using the built-in controls, all illuminated by cool blue light. Marine coating keeps this head unit ticking through the elements. Pyle's head units will have your music sounding great at the dock or in the middle of the ocean.


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Total RMS Power Output (4 Ohms): 200 W

Standard Mounting: Single DIN

Audio Codecs Supported: MP3, WMA, CD-DA

Display Type: LCD


Summary

Product Title: Pyle Hydra PLMR19W Marine CD/MP3 Player - 200 W RMS - iPod/iPhone Compatible - Single DIN

Manufacturer: Pyle

Lowest Price: $40.37 from ValleySeek Store

Power Score: 4.0 | 1 Review


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Great for the price

Strengths: Very impressed with how well the system was put together right from the box. Weather Band, Aux Port, Marine Coating, Well constructed for marine use, simple install.

Weakness: None

I was impressed with how well the unit was constructed for marine use. Weather Band is priceless in areas where significant weather is commonplace. No need for a CD player when you have the aux port and a media player.

By RJW; - Jun 8, 2009

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