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XO Vision XD103 car stereo receiver w/ SD & USB $19 @ Walmart

T_B 87 August 31, 2012 at 12:56 PM in Tech & Electronics (6) More Walmart Deals
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Walmart just dropped the price on this from $25 to $19, and you can get 97 cent shipping. It doesn't seem to be an official sale of any sort, but I've read that they intermittently drop the price on it. It was last listed here in May, from MWave, but their price is now $26.99.

I'm sure it's not of the highest quality, but if you just need to replace a broken radio in an old vehicle like me, it's an unbeatable deal.

Link: http://www.walmart.com/ip/XO-Visi...t/19854261

From the description:
XO Vision XD103 FM and MP3 Stereo Receiver with USB Port and SD Card Slot:
Audio output 20 x 4W maximum
MP3 playback via USB port or SD card slot
Digital FM tuner with 18 presets
AUX-in on front panel
Pre-amplified line-out
Half-size DIN depth
4-channel audio output
Electronic audio controls
The reviews on Amazon are generally positive [amazon.com].
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nice deal Thumbup
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Even at $25 this seems like a good deal.
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Been looking for a low priced car stereo to use on my back porch with a line in for awhile, thanks.
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Quote from isolatebody View Post :
Been looking for a low priced car stereo to use on my back porch with a line in for awhile, thanks.
How do you power this?
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Quote from peppermint View Post :
How do you power this?

12 volts is all it needs.

Realistically you could run it from a car battery =)

Or an inverter setup.

Not a bad price if you need a quick replacement for your head unit, or to toss in a beater car.
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I bought it as my cd collection needs to disappear. TU
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Quote from xtravbx View Post :
12 volts is all it needs.

Realistically you could run it from a car battery =)

Or an inverter setup.

Not a bad price if you need a quick replacement for your head unit, or to toss in a beater car.

haha. he said beater!
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Be sure you know you car's DIN size. This is a half-DIN model so it should be small enough for about any existing radio slot but likely will require a mounting bracket.

I'm going now to check it out in store since it shows available locally.
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IN for one!
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Quote from milfman View Post :
Be sure you know you car's DIN size. This is a half-DIN model so it should be small enough for about any existing radio slot but likely will require a mounting bracket.
Actually, this is DIN. There is no such thing as half DIN. The other common option is double DIN.
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Quote from peppermint View Post :
How do you power this?
I have some old power bricks that are 12 volts. I also have some 16 volt ones that when I opened them up i was able to adjust them down to 12 volts. If you don't crank the volume too high, a 2 amp power supply works OK.

also, one of these are handy to have around the house
http://www.amazon.com/Schumacher-...+converter
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Quote from xtravbx View Post :
12 volts is all it needs.
There are a few laptop power supplies that would also work (cheap on ebay), or you could rig an old computer power supply to do the job. As long as you've got 5-20a on the 12v rail you should be okay... 5a for listening at a reasonable volume (with your stapler), and 20a if you plan on leaving volume at max all the time.

Put a toggle switch (for on/off) between the green wire and a black wire on the ATX 20/24 pin connector, and connect the yellow wire from a Molex 4-pin connector to the Ignition and Battery wire on the stereo, and black to black. You wouldn't be able to save presets when you power down the PSU, however. You might be able to use a 9v battery for that, though. I'm just not sure how it would work electrically.
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#14
Looks like amazon price matched http://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-li...dition=new
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#15
This is a good price, but 20W is quite low unless you're rocking some stock speakers.
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