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Can Serve as a System Controller for Basic and OEM Applications, or as a Component of Full Visual Audio Systems and IP-Bus Headunits for TV Tuner Integration
NTSC VHF/UHF Compatible TV Tuner
24-Station Presets (12 TV1/12 TV2)
TV Station Naming by Voice (with optional CD-VC60 Voice Commander)
RGB Output for Front Display (AVX-P7000CD, AVX-7000, AVX-505 or AVD-505 required)
RGB Input (for AVIC-505 Route-Guidance Navigation System or AVM-P7000R Visual Audio Controller)
Audio/Video Independent Selector for Front Display
2 Audio/Video Inputs (RCA-Type, NTSC Video & L+R Audio) (for add-on Game Consoles, VCRs, and others)
Independent Video Selector for Rear Display
Audio/Video Output (RCA-Type, NTSC Video & L+R Audio) for Rear Display
IP(Interactive Pioneer)-Bus System Input/Output
TV Tuner Control by AVM-P7000R or selected Pioneer IP-Bus Headunits
Pass-Through for MCD Connection
FM Modulator (for connection to FM Stereo radio) featuring:
12 Selectable Modulating Frequencies* (87.9 - 90.1 MHz, 0.2 MHz Steps)
7 Selectable Modulation Levels*
Diversity Antenna Input (4 Channel) (optional AN-G3 Antenna available)
Wireless Slim Remote Control
Picture Adjustment (Color, Hue, Sharpness)
Coleman Powermate 800 Watt Power Inverter
A heavy duty jumper cable is included with the inverter
Turn your vehicles' battery into multiple AC outlets! 800 watts continuous. 1600 watt high surge.
12 volt DC to 120 volt AC power inverter.
Provides household current from any 12 volt power port.
Run power tools and worklights. Run refrigerators and microwaves. Run space heater or cooling fans. Chain Saw, power computers, printers, TV, VCR and peripherals.
Max. continuous power: 800 watt
Surge capability(peak power): 1600 watt
Optimum efficiency: up to 90%
No load current draw: <0.8A
Input voltage range: 11-15VDC
Waveform: Modified sine wave
Outlets on inverter: Dual 110V AC 3 prong, grounded with ground fault circuit interrupter
Fuses: 4 x 25 Amp (spade type)
Short Circuit Protection: Automatically shuts off until short is removed
Over-Voltage Protection: Automatically shuts off when input exceeds 15 V DC.
Low Voltage Alarm: Audible when battery discharges to 10.6 V DC.
Under-Voltage Protection: Automatically shuts off when input is less than 10 V DC.
Overload Protection: Automatically shuts down unit when continuous draw exceeds 800 watts.
Thermal Protection: Automatically shuts off when surface temperature exceeds 150 degree F.
Anodized Aluminum Case: Provides durability and maximum heat dissipation.
High Speed Cooling Fan.
Positvie power input terminal.
Negative power input terminal.
Dual Standard North American 3 Prong AC Receptacles.
Battery cable clips included.
Rockford Fosgate 1.0 Farad Capacitor
Rockford Fosgate stiffening capacitors are designed to improve the overall performance of your amplifier by offering instantaneous current for greater bass transients and wider dynamics. The CP7400 is built with the strictest tolerances for an ultra low ESR design. The CP7400 comes with 24kt gold plated terminals and a charge/discharge resistor.
1.0 Farad Storage
16 Volt Rating, 20 Volt Surge
This is the BEST PART ABOUT IT!!! (I think)
Material: Exclusive heat dissipation and light weight alloy
Finishing: Hair line finished with clear anodize
Dimension(WxHxD): 7" x 2" x 10" or 177.80mm x 50.80mm x
Front Access: 2 x USB(2.0), Firewire and Audio port
Cooling: 40mm x 40mm x 10mm Fan
Main Board: VIA mini-ITX EPIA-M motherboard
Drive Bays: 1 slim media drive and 1 slim Hard Drive(2.5")
Internal Power Supply: Built-in 60W DC power board
External AC Adapter: -- Input (AC 100~240 V)
-- Output (DC 12V, 5A) 60W
(To sum it up, its about the same size as a standered CDROM. 1000 mh/512 ddr 266/40 gig HD)
I know some of this is a little old. Thats where I would like some info. What should I change? Add, remove? I play more Music Videos then audio cd's. 9I do play some audio cd's tho)
Please, give me your info. I want to redo my whole system. I will also be using these forums as a guide and posting here to give an update! I am going to love this place, about time I found something like it!!!!!