Magnadyne M9920 | AM/FM/BT/CD Receiver Single DIN
Magnadyne M9920 AM/FM/BT/CD Receiver Single DIN
Replaces Class A Magnadyne RV Radios: M9900, M9900-1, M9900CD, M9999, M9999-2, M9900CDS, M9900DVDS with 1.5 DIN opening when paired with Magnadyne M99XXSDKIT adapter kit. Can replace Class C FORD chassis RV radios when installed using Magnadyne M99XXFDKIT FORD adapter kit.
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Stream, call, and entertain on the go with the Magnadyne M9920 In-Dash Single DIN CD Player. Slide in a CD, turn on the radio, plug into the SD and USB ports or connect your smartphone to the Auxiliary input. Bluetooth functionality lets you keep your phone synced and hands-free. Pure entertainment on the go!
- Digital electronic tuning
- PLL synthesized tuning circuit
- 18FM + 12AM station memory
- Auto seek tuning
- Connect with Bluetooth to control music functions and talk hands-free
SD Memory Slot:
- MP3/WMA compatible
- 45 watts x 4 channels maximum power output
- CD Player
- Single disc auto-load mechanism
- CD-R compatible
- CD random, repeat, intro, pause
- Anti-shock mechanism
- Track up/down control
- 2 channels line out
- 1 sub line out
- Auxiliary Audio Input Jack
- Mute control
- Detachable Front Face
- Separate Volume, Balance, Fader, Bass and Treble controls
- Pre-set equalizer settings
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Great Radio for the price
Posted by Unknown on Aug 18th 2018
Installed easily. Good sound and capabilities if you don't use Sirus.
Posted by Mark on Aug 1st 2018
This product was easy to install and replace a older radio in my RV.
The one feedback would be to provide a better wiring diagram for replacing a older Magnadyne radio wiring to the new model. None sent!
Great customer service
Posted by Unknown on Jul 30th 2018
Easy to install wire harness was perfect
Installed radio in 20 minutes