Clarion Launches VX401E and VZ401E Multimedia Units

Car audio systems manufacturer Clarion has just introduced its latest in-car multimedia stations in the UK, dubbed VX401E (2 DIN) and VZ401E (1 DIN), each priced at RRP £449. Both units boast full audio functionality of iPod, iPhone and other supported devices, via a rear facing USB port.

Also, a Bluetooth interface allows audio streaming (A2DP & AVRCP) via mobile phone, whilst also providing hands-free access to a range of features on any supported phone.

Customers should know that both Both Clarion units are Official DivX Certified products and support the DivX 6 format of the latest DVD-video, DVD-R and DVD-RW movie files, while video playback via iPod/iPhone is also possible via the optional addition of a supporting cable.

The display on the fixed panel 2-DIN 6.2” WGA colour Digital LCD touch screen (VX401E) is replicated on the 1-DIN 7” equivalent (VZ401E), whose motorised flip-out screen is tilt adjustable, with both models featuring hard key controls for source and volume, adjustable brightness/contrast, and blue button illumination.

Furthermore, both units offer connectivity of one or more additional screens via a Rear Monitor RCA video output, while there is also an opportunity to install and connect a dedicated rear vision camera via an RCA video input.

In addition to that, Clarion also offers a high-quality 24-bit D/A (Digital to Analogue) converter, built-in Low Pass Filter, stand-alone subwoofer control alongside bass and treble control, all playing out via a 4 x 40 W high power output.

“Whether a single DIN stickler or double DIN devotee, the latest in-car multimedia stations from Clarion have all customers’ needs well and truly covered, with a duo of high-end units bursting with features and boasting the same great looks, for a seamless addition into any dashboard aperture,”
the company brags in a statement for the press.
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