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The Pyle PLR34M in-dash stereo radio headunit receiver features versatile media playback capability. The single DIN universal standard comes loaded with features like AM/FM radio with 30 presets, USB flash drive reader, SD memory card reader and Aux (3.5mm) input connector jack. You’ll have the ability to connect and stream audio from all of your favorite devices (smartphones, tablets, MP3 players, etc.). Digital audio file support allows you to stream your MP3 files — while ID3 tag song readout info is displayed on the LCD display screen. Control it all with the front panel buttons or use the included remote control. Add convenient and versatile music playback ability with the Pyle PLR34M stereo headunit receiver system.

Product Features

  • Versatile Digital In-Dash Stereo Radio Headunit Receiver System – Single DIN Universal Standard – Includes Remote Control
  • Aux (3.5mm) Input Connector Jack – Connect & Stream Music from Your Favorite Devices (Smartphones, Tablets, MP3 Players, etc.)
  • MP3 Digital Audio File Support: USB Flash Drive & SD Memory Card Slot Readers – AM/FM MPX-PLL Tuning Car Radio System
  • ID3 Tag Song Information Digital Readout – 30 Radio Preset Station Memory – Stereo RCA Line Output Connector Jack
  • Digital LCD Display with Button Illumination Control – 4 x 60 Watt Output – In-Dash Dimensions (L x W x H): 7.0” x 4.72” x 1.96”

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  1. J. Axton says:

    Amazing value Why haven’t more manufacturers figured out that this is the direction people are heading? I haven’t bought a CD in over a decade, and burning MP3 media feels… archaic. Anyhow, I’m writing this review to answer some specific questions I had while evaluating similar head units.File organization is handled by default by folder, and within folders files are played in alphabetical order unless shuffle or repeat mode is active. This is a big deal for me. I’m used to folder-based…

  2. Kevin N says:

    Work great 0

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