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Sony DSX-S210X – A Budget Friendly Stereo With an Attitude

Want it all but your budget doesn’t agree? Well Sony has done it again, folks. For a very agreeable price, you can have your cake and eat it too. Put this stereo in your vehicle and you will find tons of features that make driving more fun.

Downright Mean

If control is your thing, and your kid doesn’t listen… get them one of these bad boys and they’ll be stuck putting their iPhone in the handy “tunes tray”. Say goodbye to texting and driving and say hello to high quality audio integration for your son or daughter. The tunes tray accepts iPods and iPhones, and displays your music library in such an intuitive way that it makes selecting songs a breeze. In total there are two USB ports to ensure you are always connected.

  • Dual USB Input Connections
  • Tune Tray Integrates Apple Devices
  • Intuitive Music Library Searching

A Plethora of Necessities

Wireless remote? Check. Detachable face plate? Got it. Sony has thought of everything with this budget friendly beast. For the audiophiles out there, you’ll have more control over the tones, dips and curves of your music than your brain has ever dreamt. Bold statement I know, but well deserving. If you love a good 7 band equalizer with a side of time alignment, than I recommend this stereo to you.

  • 7-Band Parametric Equalizer
  • Time Alignment Speaker Delay
  • Digital Music Plus Sorts Music into Categories

Skip to The Basics

This puppy is CEA compliant, meaning this receiver is true to the power ratings that are stated. Pandora internet radio is supported with the use of an iPhone for streaming music on the fly. Four lines of text are displayed simultaneously on the display, offering more information at a single glance. Let’s not forget my personal favorite feature: three sets of 4 volts RCA outputs for adding up to three amps into your system. I like my music louder than loud, and this receiver has the specs to let me do just that.

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