Sony CDX GT44IP
Product Type: Sony in Car Audio
Description:Model ID CDXGT44IP / Sony CDX-GT44IP - Radio / CD / MP3 player - Xplod - Full-DIN - in-dash - 52 Watts x 4
Newest Review: ... that you would require when you are driving in your car. The stereo has a decent CD player, it allows you to play normal ... more
Customer Sony CDX GT44IP Reviews (3)
by - written on 31/07/12 (Somewhat useful, 38 readings)
I purchased this Sony Car CD player and MP3 player for my first car. It looked attractive, had all the functions I needed and for what it was, it was such good value for money! It has all your basic music functions that you would require when you are driving in your car. The stereo has a decent CD player, it allows you to play normal CDs and MP3 CDs with track ID. There is also a front aux so you can attach any iPod or MP3 player through it and this then allows you to be able to listen to your music from those devices through the car speakers. There is also a special iPod cable that comes with the unit, however when the iPod is plugged in to this ... Read the complete review
by dixin123 - written on 21/09/09
This is a good Sony Car CD player and MP3 player. This is a stereo that has all your basic music functions that one would require when they are driving in thier car. The stereo has a decent CD player which not only plays back standard CDs but it was plays back MP3 CDs with track ID. It also has a built in radio where you can recieve all the channels on FM, long wave and medium wave. It has a front auxilery so you can attach your iPod or MP3 player to it and listen to your music throught the car's speakers The sound is crystal clear and the added bass helps to improve the overall sound quality. The buttons are easy to press and are highly ... Read the complete review
by kimaathi - written on 27/04/08
This seems like a good car stereo and allows access to your entire music collection. Big problem however is after spending many hours compilng detailed playlists, there is not a clear way of selecting the desired playlists, or skipping through the tracks of said playlist only fast forwarding. The Playlist is not displayed, only the artist or track being played, real pain in the ass. It is possible to disconnect the i-pod select the playlist manually on the i-pod itself, set it playing and then connect back to the stereo unit but I forsee problems doing this at 70 mph going down the motorway and steering with my knees. Mmmmm........
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