BOSS AUDIO BV7260B Single-DIN 3.2 inch Screen MECH-LESS Receiver, Bluetooth, Wireless Remote

July 31, 2017 - Comment

Discover more digital options to rock your vehicle with the BOSS Audio BV7260B Mech-less Digital Media Receiver with a 3.2″ Monitor. Tune in to local AM/FM radio stations, hook up your smartphone or MP3 player through the Auxiliary input or plug into the USB and SD ports to enjoy a digital music experience. Bluetooth technology

Discover more digital options to rock your vehicle with the Mech-less Digital Media with a 3.2″ Monitor. Tune in to local AM/FM radio stations, hook up your smartphone or MP3 player through the Auxiliary input or plug into the USB and SD ports to enjoy a digital music experience. technology lets you stream audio apps like Pandora and Spotify and make calls hands-free. Blast the miles away with the BOSS Audio BV7260B.
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Comments

Francis Bedoya says:

GREAT little stereo for the price! LOADED with features for next to nothing! AMAZING! I LOVE the BlueTooth feature on this! I can listen to my iPhone wirelessly and answer calls and go between the two seamlessly. Very user friendly and I really love the sleek design. It has the perfect amount of features without being too flashy. The one thing I’ve always hated about aftermarket stereos is that they usually tend to be very flashy with lights and sounds, etc. I really like that this stereo looks pretty stock. It matches my 2003 Ford ZX2’s interior and dash perfectly.My only complaint would be the fact that it beeps whenever you press a button or turn the volume dial and theres no way to turn that off.

Kyle says:

Overwhelmingly mediocre unit. Does the job, and not much else. Have been using this radio for several months now. It does just what it’s advertised to do, and does it adaquately. Although it works fine, I keep finding myself wishing it was better. 

Fayez D. says:

Some features are good and some are not The good: Installation was straight forward, and sound is good.The bad: button labels are too small to read particularly during driving, station presets is not intuitive, and the hands-free phone microphone sound is too poor for me to use, so I disconnected from my cell phone blue tooth.

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