“ Panasonic CQ-DFX783 - Radio / CD / MP3 player - Full-DIN - in-dash - 50 Watts x 4 „
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The panasonic dfx 783 is one totally awesome cd player for a number of reasons. It has three pre-outs with a dedicated subwoofer output to power the sub.I currently have two amps in my boot amping up the infinity 6x9's and a self amplified jbl basstube. The panasonic not only looks good in any car interior but is very easy to use and install.The super high definition bass button (shdb) is great as you can choose to have the speakers making a more boomy sound or tight and punchy along with a graphic pattern depending on the type of music your listening to ie rock-pop. The player has amazing sound output and even on 24 out of 40! its is almost too loud to listen too,although this is also due to my great choice in speakers aswell. The panasonic dfx 783 ranges quite a lot in price but i bought mine off the internet and made a big saving £180 however, i have seen them for £155 but i knew i could rely on the company, as i had bought an amp off them before hand. One thing i would say is that some online and catalogue companies dealing in i.c.e sell seconds which have been returned and repaired so are not new and may still be faulty,have your wits about you. It comes with a cd changer control however i dont have one, as the player can read mp3 cd's which you can fit near on 200 songs on a cd! To sum things up i would say this cd player can easily rival the alpine units and at the price i paid is a big saving without compromising on quality.
Panasonic CQ-DFX783 is MOSFET 50W X 4 high-power CD Player/RDS Receiver with CD changer control.
Panasonic car stereos can play more than just CDs. In fact, not only are all industry leading Panasonic systems also compatible with CD-Rs and CD-RWs, some even handle the convenience of MP3 and WMA formats.
MP3 or MPEG layer 3 is a file format that compresses CD audio tracks, allowing you to fit 10 to 14 times more music on a disc. Download MP3s from the Web, or convert your favorite CD tracks to MP3 format, then burn your choice onto a CD-R or CDRW in just minutes. Panasonic also allows you to navigate files and folders as you would on a PC, making it so much easier to find the track you're looking for.
Windows Media Audio files (WMA) achieve the same high-level quality as CDs, yet occupy only half the size of comparable MP3 files. This allows you to store much, much more of your favorite music without having to upgrade the memory capacity of your system.
One of the great benefits of MP3 and WMA formats is the ease with which favorite songs can be retrieved. The equivalent of up to 10 CDs can be managed in groups and folders in the same manner as files are sorted on a PC. What's more, Panasonic systems are capable of managing an incredible 254 folders containing up to 999 files. And in order to make use even easier, operation is simplified through use of a scrolling display that switches between folder and file names, and artist names and track titles, with up to 64 characters for each entry depending on the model.