DVD5800

Majestic AM/FM Stereo

Majestic AM/FM Stereo

Description

The Majestic AM/FM Stereo was specifically developed for the mobile environment and boasts a powerful 4 x 45 Watt amplifier to give you a true rich clear sound.

Features

  • Power To Playback Audio Or Video From Most Of The Major Media Devices
  • Designed With An Easy Access Audio Aux Input In The Front To Allow Simple Audio Input From Your Portable Media Player
List Price
$199.99
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$179.34
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The Majestic DVD5800 is the latest addition to the audio video product line up. It was specifically developed for the mobile environment, the DVD5800 boasts a powerful 4x45 Watt amplifier to give you a true rich clear sound.

With multiple inputs such as, USB, SD Card slot in the front and Aux Audio Video input from the rear, this unit gives you the power to playback audio or video from most of the major media devices.

The DVD5800 was also designed with an easy access Audio Aux Input in the front to allow simple audio input from your portable media player. Simply plug your iPhone or iPad into the Aux input and the sound will come through to your speaker system

To push the feature limits further, the DVD5800 has built in Bluetooth to allow phone connectivity. So when you are looking for a feature packed DVD player with AM/FM/CD/DVD/MP3/MP4 and much more, then the Majestic DVD5800 is your ultimate choice.

Outputs:

  • 2x Video
  • 1x Audio
  • 4x45 Watts



Inputs Front:

  • Audio Aux
  • USB
  • SD Card
  • CD/DVD Disc



Features:

  • Voltage Range: 10.9V to 15V DC
  • Size: Standard Din
  • Inputs: Audio Input - Front, USB, SD Card
  • Formats: MP3, MP4, DivX, Jpeg, and many others
  • Features: 2 Video Outputs, 1 Audio Input
  • Current Draw @ 12 Volts: 3.5A (average)
  • Colour: Black Face
  • Accessories Supplied: Power Cable, Remote Control, Mounting Kit, Instruction Manual
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Majestic AM/FM Stereo DVD5800 AM/FM Stereo, with DVD, CD, USB, SD, and Bluetooth
$179.34
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