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Dual XML8150 In-Dash MP3, WMA, ACC Mechless Receiver with USB/iPod Direct Controls, Front Aux Input, and Remote

Dual XML8150 In-Dash MP3, WMA, ACC Mechless Receiver with USB/iPod Direct Controls, Front Aux Input, and Remote
Dual XML8150 In-Dash MP3, WMA, ACC Mechless Receiver with USB/iPod Direct Controls, Front Aux Input, and Remote


Product Added : May 12th, 2013
Category : Wireless Phone

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Dual XML8150 In-Dash MP3, WMA, ACC Mechless Receiver with USB/iPod Direct Controls, Front Aux Input, and Remote


Dual XML8150 In-Dash MP3, WMA, ACC Mechless Receiver with USB/iPod Direct Controls, Front Aux Input, and Remote

General Features: In-dash AM/FM, MP3, WMA, AAC player with Remote • Built-in Bluetooth technology supports hands-free calling with a compatible Bluetooth phone In-dash AM/FM, MP3, WMA, AAC player with Remote •Built-in Bluetooth technology supports hands-free calling with a compatible Bluetooth phone •Mechless design •Fold-out integrated dock for iPod and iPhone •2-Line dot-matrix LCD text display •Wireless remote control included •Blue button lighting •CEA-2006 compliant amplifier. Power Output: Peak: 60 watts x 4 channels •RMS: 18 watts x 4 channels •MP3 ID3 Tag Display (Title/Artist/Album) Playback and Audio Features: Playback of MP3, WMA, and AAC files •AM/FM tuner with 18FM/12AM presets •3-band parametric equalizer with 7 selectable tone curves (6 Preset, 1 User) Bluetooth Features: Built-in Bluetoothtechnology for hands-free talking and audio streaming •Supports A2DP audio streaming •Bluetooth profiles supported: HFP: Hands Free Profile allows a hands-free car kit to connect to a compatible mobile phone. PBAP: Phone Book Access Profile allows the car stereo to display the name of the incoming caller, as well as access the contact list of the mobile phone directly from the car stereo. A2DP: Advanced Audio Distribution Profile allows high quality audio to be streamed from an audio device to the car stereo. AVRCP: Audio/Video Remote Control Profile supports basic remote control functions (play, pause, etc) via Bluetooth •Works with most Bluetooth enabled cell phones •Includes a external wired microphone for clear conversation

  • MP3/WMA/AAC compatible
  • 240 watts (60 x 4) MOSFET
  • Integrated fold-out dock for iPod and iPhone
  • Bluetooth built-in (HFP, A2DP, AVRCP)
  • Direct USB iPod/iPhone control

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Question by ☺Juliana: Which Cell phone company is better?
I know quite a few cellphone companies.But i like Verizon Better.Heres a list to choose from and if youres isnt here just say which one you or like.

•Sprint
•AT&T
•T-Mobile
•Verizon
•Alltel
•Virgin Mobile
•Boost Mobile
•Nextel
•CellularOne
•SunCom
•US Cellular
•Edge Wireless
•Helio
•NTELOS
•Qwest
•SoutherLINC
•SureWest
•Cricket
•Liberty Wireless
•MetroPCS
•Net10
•TracFone

Well some of these are pre-paid and whatever.
So share what you think of these cellphone companies.Tell me whats your favorite and which one you have.

P.S Dont send any answers that are rude or mean, or ill report you!

Best answer:

Answer by handyd
I have Verizon and I love it. My son has Sprint and likes it. I think the area where you live and what towers are available has a lot to do with company you go with…

Give your answer to this question below!


What customers say about Dual XML8150 In-Dash MP3, WMA, ACC Mechless Receiver with USB/iPod Direct Controls, Front Aux Input, and Remote?

  1. 52 of 52 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    One of the best car stereo purchases I’ve ever made!, February 23, 2011
    By 
    Hossrod (Seattle, WA) –
    This review is from: Dual XML8150 In-Dash MP3, WMA, ACC Mechless Receiver with USB/iPod Direct Controls, Front Aux Input, and Remote (Electronics)

    I bought mine at wally world for $125 (regular price). I see them as low as $107 on google shopping. Not a lot of places carry them yet.

    I have to say I’ve been VERY surprised at the value of this product after having it now for a couple of weeks. The last few decks I’ve bought have been these low name brand decks because they are the first (by many years) to introduce innovative features, and at amazing prices! Sometimes they can be built cheaply, have poor sound quality, etc. So I have to admit I set myself up with low expectations of such a unit in case it ends up being junk. But this unit surpassed my expectations by several miles! I’m VERY happy with it.

    Feature wise, the XML8150 had exactly what I wanted…

    ~ Drop the CD drive (a media I haven’t used in years).
    ~ A dock for my iPhone 4 with both audio and charging through the data port.
    ~ Dock that supports both landscape and vertical.
    ~ Dock that can be hidden when not in use.
    ~ Dock that works even with protective covers on the iPhone.
    ~ Natively work with the iPhone and not display a “this device was not made for iPhone yadda yadda” warning.
    ~ Can play Pandora, videos, etc from iPhone, not just music.
    ~ USB thumb drive support.
    ~ SD card reader.
    ~ Aux in on the front.
    ~ Bluetooth phone dialing.
    ~ Separate line outs for front, rear, and sub.
    ~ HD Radio ready (need HDM90 unit, about $60 on the web).
    ~ Rotary volume knob with rubber grip surface (or some other non-slip surface).
    ~ Good control of audio settings. In addition to basic balance/fader and bass/treble, it has midrange, sub control, and user definable EQ.

    The unit also has a connector in the back for some kind of steering wheel control interface, but at the moment I can’t find anything to connect to it. It might be for a future, yet to be released, unit. Another feature it has but I don’t plan on using is Bluetooth HD audio. This lets it play audio from your iPhone via HD Bluetooth, so the phone can be in your pocket and playing out your stereo. Very cool, but I feel I just won’t use it because I would rather dock it where it will charge and I can see the screen. Also, the stereo has a IR wireless remote control, like a TV remote. Lots of stereos now a day’s come with these, but I rarely use them, however, they come in handy when you’re in the rear seat or trunk while testing/tuning speaker/amp adjustments, or if you want the rear seat passenger to control the stereo.

    After installing it and getting into the details of it, I found another feature that I typically only see on much higher end units. Audio settings (bass/mid/treble/EQ/etc) are set per input (radio/iPhone/usb/sd/etc). In addition, it even provides a leveling value per input. So this means you can tweak each input so that they all sound the same. This is a very nice feature. Ever had a stereo where the radio was always way louder/quieter than the CD or iPod? Well you can balance all the inputs on this unit so they all have the same tonal quality and volume levels.

    At the moment I have this hooked up in a Lincoln Town Car with deck power running the factory door and rear deck speakers, and the sub line out going to a single 12 inch sub in the trunk. It sounds amazing! I do plan on getting better interior speakers, but until then being able to tweak the midrange and EQ settings to make the factory speakers sound pretty decent is a huge deal.

    The iPod/iPhone dock works great. I use an iPhone 4 with a protective case and it’s easy to dock and undock the phone one handed. It holds the phone very well, no worry of it falling out. The dock is pretty stable and doesn’t shake or move much while driving, I am driving a boat with a very smooth ride, so no experience with a firm ride, but I think it would be fine. The doc can rotate between one of two positions, either vertical or horizontal. It only turns 90 degrees, so phone cannot be upside down and when sideways, the home button is on the left only. The arm that the dock is mounted too can bend to change the angle of the phone to point towards you, however, it cannot be twisted, so the phone will be oriented to the angle the deck is mounted in the dash. All audio, controls and power are through the dock connector, you don’t connect anything through the headphone jack. I’ve had other docks that could not charge the phone very well when doing something CPU intensive like Pandora or GPS, but the XML8150 charges my iPhone no problem no matter what its doing.

    One thing to note about iPhone usage is that things like Pandora, GPS, etc still need to be done via the phone’s screen/UI. Only the iPod music on the phone is controlled by the decks buttons, so when I play Pandora for example, the screen still shows the name of the song is was playing from my iPod list. Doesn’t bother me at all though since I would rather see the album art and…

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  2. 7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Dual XML8150, April 3, 2011
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    This review is from: Dual XML8150 In-Dash MP3, WMA, ACC Mechless Receiver with USB/iPod Direct Controls, Front Aux Input, and Remote (Electronics)

    I installed this unit in a GMC vehicle using a Scocshe GM2000 Chime Adapter.

    So far everything I have tried works for me except when I make or receive a bluetooth call the other person says they can hear me but the volume is low. I have the wire routed behind the driver’s side column and the microphone mounted just to the left of my sun visor and facing towards the driver. I have also had a problem with it automatically reconnecting to my Nokia phone. I have Auto Connect turned on in my phone and the XML8150. This may or may not be something I am doing wrong. It may have started when I paired a second phone but I am not sure. There is an option to reset all bluetooth setting to default which removes all paired phones. You can also scroll through all paired devices on the display.

    UPDATE: I replaced the factory microphone with a ‘Funkwerk EGO Replacement Microphone for Bluetooth Car Kits Professional’ available here on Amazon.com and so far it does seem to improve the volume as heard by callers on the other end. It is mounted on driver’s side column in the exact place as the original mike. I did have to use a Radio Shack 274-328 3/32 Mono Female to 1/8 Mono Male Adapter since the XML89150 Jack is 1/8 inch and the new EGO mike plug is 3/32 inch. Time will tell if other issues pop up or if background noise will be a problem.

    UPDATE: My Nokia phone started auto-connecting for no known reason and has not been a problem since.

    One neat thing that is not covered in the manual (or I did not see it) under bluetooth is that the unit uploads my contact list from a Nokia phone. To access the contacts press the Telephone (Green) button and then the Select Button. You can then scroll forward or backwards through the contacts with the volume control. Incoming calls only show caller ID information (telephone number).

    UPDATE: I have since discovered that when the XML-8150 is in SD Mode or AM/FM Mode and I press the Telephone (Green) button and then the Select button I almost always see ‘ Contact List ‘ in the display. For the most part it follows my Nokia contact list and is in alphabetical order. I can scroll through the list forward or backward using the volume control. When the desired contact (Name) is seen I can press Select and then can scroll through four options (Cell, Home, Work or Other) by using the Volume Control. My experience is that no matter how I have the number stored in my Nokia Contacts it will always appear under ‘ Other ‘ in the XML8150 Contact List and can be dialed at that point by pressing the Telephone (Green) button. No numbers appear under Cell, Work or Home in my case and therefore nothing happens when I press the Telephone button. If by chance I select the wrong contact in the list before dialing I can press the Escape button to go back into the contact list for another try.

    The SD card is behind the drop down faceplate which keeps it out of sight.

    I do not have an Iphone so that has not been tested and I have not tested the AUX input.

    The clock is nice in that it shows AM, PM if you set the radio for US frequencies or 24 Hour format if set for European frequencies per the manual. The clock can also be seen at all times depending on your preferences using the DISP button. It can also be set to display when the radio is turned off (and the ignition on) if you wish. The clock does not appear to automatically set from bluetooth or local FM stations however is easy to set using the DISP button.

    As others have said, keeping the manual handy especially for bluetooth is probably a good idea.

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  3. I’ve used both Cingular and Sprint, and depending on where I was, I got completely different service. I prefer Sprint because I’ve found them to be more reliable (whatever Cingular might say, I’ve had less dropped calls with Sprint) and I like the plans better. Because of the early nights and weekends, I never go over my minutes, and their unlimited texting is pretty cheap.

    Cingular was good as well (excellent customer service), I just found Sprint to be a better fit.

  4. Check out pc world, or consumer roports. They have reviews on wireless carriers and tell you who has the least amount of complaints, better coverage and such

  5. Verizon followed by AT&T.

  6. It really depends on where you live. I would check out where you will get the most coverage in the area that you live and the areas that you travel to. I love Cingular(AT&T), but that is bcause it meets my needs as far as coverage. Also, I never have had a problem with dropped calls and I have had them for 4 years now! We had Sprint before and the phones sucked and they tried to charge us for things that were included in our plan! They sucked to work with and we had to call several times and be on hold for hours to get the whole mess fixed!





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