Fully digital car radio with Bluetooth interface, MP3-compatible USB port, SD slot and FM radio tuner.
AUX input and two line outputs for connection to 2- and 4-channel amplifiers.
Clear operating section and low installation depth.
The auna MD-625BT is a functional car radio that recognises the sign of the times and specialises in cooperating with portable audio components.
First and foremost is the Bluetooth connectivity. Connect smartphones and tablets wirelessly, without annoying the driver and passengers with cable clutter. When a call comes in, it can be easily received hands-free by the car radio thanks to the built-in microphone.
Other modern media is welcomed by the appliance via front-installed interfaces. USB and SD slots open up the MP3 libraries of mass storage devices such as SD cards, USB MP3 players and USB flash drives. All other audio sources - such as a CD player (which is deliberately not built-in), laptop or tablet - may be connected via the jack AUX input.
The digital range of functions of the auna MD-625BT car radio is complemented by an FM radio tuner with 18 station presets.
The lack of a CD player and cassette deck brings the conspicuous advantage that there are no mechanical parts that can wear down, thus extending the life of the device. Another advantage of this approach is naturally in the price point, as the savings can be passed on to the customer.
Via two line outputs, the car radio can be connected with 2- or 4-channel power amplifiers to achieve an even higher performance level.
A clearly structured user interface and the LCD display provide access to the range of functions at any time, especially visible at night.
Please note that the device does not have a CD player.
The maximum power is the highest output power that an amplifier for a short time. So that your music can be played at highest volume levels with full dynamics, the amplifier and speakers always have a power reserve. This allows you to play short-term impulses (for example a bass drum in electronic music), without damaging the technical components.