DXZ465MP

CD/MP3/WMA RECEIVER/CeNET CONTROL

  • Compact Disc Text
  • Windows Media
  • MP3 ID3 TAG
  • Magna Bass EX
  • Z-Enhancer
  • 52W×4 HIGH POWER
  • AMP Canceller
  • CeNET
  • 4ch Output
  • AUX Input
  • Flip Down Console
  • MOS-FET Power AMP

These Two Receivers Have a High-Detail Display… and Much More

The DXZ465MP and the DXZ365MP have more in common than their flip-down faces. They both feature a stunning black face design. They are both equipped with a high-brightness high-definition LCD clearly visible from a wide range of viewing angles. The LCD can clearly display artist name and the status of various functions. Moreover, both units include features such as Z-Enhancer (which adjusts tonal balance to suit your personal tastes), Magna Bass EX (which adjusts bass response to compensate for various volume levels) and MOS-FET amplifier (for high-powered sound). The DXZ465MP pumps 52 watts of power into each of four channels, and the DXZ365MP does 50 watts × 4. And both units have AUX input for flexibility and line level RCA output terminals for connection to external amplifiers that can send even more power to your speakers.

Smart Control Key

Rotary Volume Control

Detachable Control Panel

  • Full Dot Display
  • Message Information
  • Z-Enhancer Sound Customization
  • Magna Bass EX Dynamic Bass Enhancement
  • Built-in Amplifier Canceller
  • 18FM/6AM Presets
  • 208 Watts MOS-FET Amplifier (52 Watts × 4 Channels)
  • MP3 and WMA Compatible with ID3-TAG Display
  • CD-R/RW Ready
  • CeNET Control of: DVD Changer (Easy), TV tuner, 6-Disc CD Changer, Satellite Receiver and iPod
  • 4-Channel RCA Output
  • 2-Channel AUX input with Level Control
  • Active Screen Savers

MP3, WMA and ID3-TAG

Both models handle MP3 and WMA digital audio files, and both support ID3-TAG coding for display of title info. Because both MP3 and WMA files are compressed, each CD-R or CD-RW can hold up to 12 hours of music with CD sound quality.

CEA 2006 Power Ratings

19W x 4RMS [4Ω@14.4V ≤1% THD+N] S/N 81dB (Ref:1W into 4Ω)

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