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Sony Cdx-m770 Cd Player Receiver Xplod Active Black Panel Faceplate Head Unit on

US $200.00

West Bloomfield, Michigan, US

West Bloomfield, Michigan, US

For Sale: Sony CDX-M770 CD player Xplod head unit / Receiver. This was the top of the line Sony head unit in its day and is intended for the automotive audiophile (this unit cost over $500 new). This unit features the Sony Active Black Panel display faceplate (removable) which works great. It has a large number of HX DSP options as well as preset and user definable EQ options. It has a built in amp as well as pre-outs and sub-out for external high power amplifiers. It can support a Sony CD changer as well as one aux analog input. The head unit is used but in good condition. All of the original parts and wiring are included (please see the pictures). The wireless joystick remote has never been used or installed, and the mounting pad is still in the plastic packaging ready to mount.


This item is sold as-is, no returns will be accepted. Please message me with questions before bidding. Shipping is a fixed $18.

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