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Sony Xplod CDX-GT130 is a low end car audio receiver released by Sony in 2008 with a $80 price tag.

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Pros

good clarity, generally a step up from OEM head units

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AUX input works with almost anything

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installation is easy enough for first-time installers

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controls are simple and easy enough to operate while driving

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attractive looking in the dash, nice angles and colors

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affordable for almost any budget, very cheap

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Cons

doesn't have any extras beyond AUX, CD and basic radio

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Sony Xplod CDX-GT130 is a low end car audio receiver released by Sony in 2008 with a $80 price tag. Even though it's cheaper, it has the same amplifier and CD drive that Sony uses with its more expensive models. It also has the same 3-band sound equalizer. There is an AUX input in the front panel that enables connecting a portable music player like the iPod, or a plug-and-play satellite radio for comprehensive music, sports, or news coverage. The stereo also features a set of preamp outputs for connecting an external amp and subwoofer. This piece doesn't have a USB input, which may partially explain the cheaper price. It competes with the 4 channel x 50 watt Kenwood KDC-138.

Features
  • CD player with built-in amplifier
    • 17 watts RMS CEA-2006/52 peak x 4 channels
  • plays CDs, CD-Rs, and CD-RW discs
  • detachable face with red button illumination
  • EQ3 Stage 2 (seven preset tone curves and a 3-band equalizer)
  • high- and low-pass filters
  • 24-bit digital-to-analog converter
  • inputs: front-panel auxiliary input
    • outputs: 2-channel preamp outputs (switchable to subwoofer mode)
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