AM/FM DVD/CD/MP3 PLAYER WITH 7" TOUCH-SCREEN LCD MONITOR
The blue illumination reflecting off the VRX755VD's piano-like finish reeks of high-tech innovation. But it's truly what’s in the inside of this in-dash DVD player with fully-motorized 7-inch touch screen that truly speaks to its innovation. DVD changer ready, CD changer ready, TV tuner ready, Surround Sound ready, Sirius ready and, now, iPod ready, the VRX755VD is truly a versatile unit. Also new this year is Clarion's revamped 2 Zone Entertainment feature, which offers more front-seat entertainment options than ever before. It truly is amazing what Clarion can do with this single-DIN multimedia package.
For those looking for a seamless cosmetic look, Clarion’s VRX755VD is the answer. With its piano-like finish and stunning blue illumination, this unit was created as the perfect compliment to any vehicle dashboard.
Close the main LCD screen to automatically activate the VRX755VD’s secondary display, which provides users with CD and DVD playback information, as well as station information when utilizing a Sirius Satellite Radio, or FM tuner.
Flip-down CD and DVD Loading
When Clarion incorporated a flip-down CD and DVD loading mechanism for its VRX755VD, it did so because it looked cool. But one of the advantages of this design is the protection afforded to the loading mechanism, as it is protected from damage-causing dust. For disc loading, a user simply presses the front panel’s release button. From there, the CD and DVD slot is out of sight, out of mind.
With its touch-screen capabilities, Clarion’s in-dash 7-inch monitor allows for simple, yet accurate control of all functions, including all visual- and sound-related entertainment sources. Clarion also outfits its monitors with an on-screen numeric keypad so users can easily select specific tracks from a CD or DVD. The touch-screen surface is also treated to resist dust and grime so you’ll always be looking at a clear, clean image.
When building a system with external amplifiers, it doesn’t make sense to have the VRX755VD’s internal amplifier running. Why? Because an audio signal needs to be in its purest form for superior music reproduction. That’s why Clarion incorporates a built-in Amplifier Bypass Circuit inside its VRX755VD, which cuts down on signal travel during music reproduction. So, for intense system buildups, ask for a source unit equipped with an Amplifier Bypass Circuit. Ask for Clarion’s VRX755VD.
2 Zone Entertainment
Clarion has revamped its 2 Zone Entertainment feature for 2005. Why? Because we believe flexibility is a good thing when it comes to a rear-seat entertainment system. Now, owners of Clarion’s VRX755VD get more front-seat listening options while rear-seat passengers watch and listen to a DVD movie via wireless headphones.
Front Source (Zone 1)
Type 1 : DVD (including CD/MP3)
Type 2 : A/V Input
Type 3 : Radio, CeNET connected device(Sirius, CD changer, etc.)
Type 4 : iPod
Rear Source (Zone 2)
Type 1 : A/V Input*
Type 2 : DVD only
Type 3 : DVD or A/V Input*
Type 4 : DVD only
*When using iPod Control by serial connection, VHS player usage is not possible.
*2 Zone Entertainment is possible only in a four-speaker setup and when the subwoofer output is not in use.
*2 Zone Entertainment feature is disabled when the DVH940 is connected to the VRX755VD.
There’s nothing like listening to your favorite movie or CD in true 5.1-channel surround. That’s why Clarion offers its Dolby Digital- and dts-ready VRX755VD. With the addition of Clarion’s DVH940 5.1-channel processor, one’s mobile audio system will reproduce the dynamic sound field of a movie theater, as well as the subtle nuances and wide dynamic ranges of discrete soundtracks contained in a DVD video. This is achieved by combining three channels of front sound (left, right and center), two rear sound audio channels (left and right), and a dedicated low-frequency fielding channel (subwoofer). So, for sound that literally comes to life, there’s only one choice … Clarion’s VRX755VD.