Eclipse CD7200 mkII, Kickass CD Tuner for Audiophiles on the Road

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The Skinny: Encased in copper, this Eclipse CD7200 mkII audio head end for your car is strictly high-end. The catch: iPod songs and playlists show up on screen, but for that you'll be buying an optional connector.

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It's USB and Bluetooth-friendly, storing six Bluetooth presets that are sure to accommodate every gadget you carry. Just like fancy schmancy cables, all the connectors are gold plated, and there's even high-voltage/low impedance 24-bit D-to-A converters. Sounds like some serious audio guff. [Eclipse]

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@cashak: I agree. This thing is terrible on the eyes. From someone who has spent a few thousand dollars on car audio equipment (read: essentials) I still think Pioneer/Premier makes the best head units available to the public, for both aesthetics and functionality. Pioneer for head units, Crossfire for amps, MB Quart for component speakers, and JL Audio for the bass. In the words of Wolverine, "'Nuff Said".