Sony DSXA415BT Digital Media Receiver with Bluetooth & Satellite Radio

Keep in touch on the road with Dual Bluetooth connectivity from the dsx-a415bt. Wirelessly connect your first phone to play music, get directions and communicate with contacts. Add a second phone to make hands-free calls on the move from either one

Product Features

  • Control with your voice: use voice commands to get directions, play music, and communicate with contacts when connected with your smartphone.
  • Tap to connect wirelessly: NFC technology lets you connect your Bluetooth phone instantly, just by tapping it on the receiver’s volume knob.
  • Enjoy powerful sound: built-in 4×55 w amplification delivers clear audio playback and plenty of volume.
  • Bring Siri on the road: hook up your iOS Device to control the music in it, navigation, Messaging, and more, using Siri eyes free
  • Voice control for Android: use voice control to get directions, send messages, and play tracks on your Android smartphone.

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3 Responses to Sony DSXA415BT Digital Media Receiver with Bluetooth & Satellite Radio

  1. Anonymous says:

    Good basic no frills vehicle radio. A good basic no frills vehicle radio.Tuning sensitivity is pretty darn good, and likely better than some current vehicle radios. (eg. Tuning sensitivity, SNR, …)I had soldered a Sony wiring harness adapter for my Ford vehicle, so I had an easy time switching radios. As usual with vehicle radios, you’ll need to acquire an adapter harness specific for your vehicle maker and splice/solder into the included Sony wiring harness adapter.I have not yet tried the…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Loved it. This one doesn’t

  3. Anonymous says:

    Good sound, horrible Android connectivity with bluetooth The good: decent sound, flexible EQ section, not bad looking. The bad: Bluetooth connectivity an absolute nightmare. Random disconnects, and while you could voice dial, browse call history, etc… you have maybe a 1-in-20 chance of getting the phonebook to load. On the times when it did load, every single contact had the wrong phone number associated with it. I’ve purchased Sony car stereos exclusively for mine and my kids older vehicles for about ten years now without a problem, but this thing…