Pumping Up With The XDMA6630’s USB Capabilities

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The past decade has seen an incredible wave of new technology that makes enjoying our favorite music an experience that was, at one time, just a dream. We can load thousands and thousands of songs onto a portable device, such as an iPod, and take it with us wherever we go. Of course, that’s great for exercising or sitting at a desk during work, but headphones are not so great while driving.

That’s why I recently installed the XDMA6630 in-dash receiver from Dual Electronics in my car, because it is compatible with these types of devices, leveraging high speed functionality and Bluetooth® connectivity to let me play my vast library of music while driving.

The XDMA663 features a front panel USB connection that gives you direct access and controls your iPod® and iPhone®, which means that you don’t have to set up another playlist to manage while driving in your car. You literally have access to the playlists and songs you’ve already painstakingly created. This is what I like the most about it, because it means that no matter where I am, I’ve got access to what I want to listen to. It is a fantastic way to enjoy music, in a time where we all know radio has become boring and stale. Just in case you have additional connection needs, I should mention that the XDMA663 also features 3.5mm auxiliary input & 2-RCA preamp outputs.

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