Clarion cuts cost but not corners

Despite the continued call to scrap older cars, Clarion is hoping to coax motorists keen on pepping up their tired interior and stereo system rather than splashing out on an all-new one, with the launch of the CZ100E providing a stylish, seamless way to enhance any audio experience, at minimal expense.

Part of an exciting 2010 range to receive a fresh new look, Clarion’s latest entry-level audio model has a typical selling price of just £99.00 (compared with £109 for last years CZ109E), with the CZ100E featuring CD-R and CD-RW playback, MP3 and WMA file compatibility, a 3.5mm mini jack AUX input on the fascia to support a stand-alone MP3 player, 4-channel audio pre-out for front, rear and subwoofer speaker control, and an RDS-EON tuner with 18 FM, 6MW/LW station presets.

With the optional addition of a BLT373 Bluetooth transceiver, the new unit also allows for the safe receiving and making of phone calls, via a Bluetooth enabled and paired mobile phone.

To ensure there’s no compromise on audio quality, the CZ100E delivers an impressive 4 x 45 watts output, plus Z-Enhancer and Magna BASS EX sound enhancement options to boost enjoyment and allow for greater customisation to suit individual taste.

The CZ100E sports a user-friendly rotary volume control, whilst a white LCD display and allnew star-burst style blue button illumination deliver stunning good looks, and with OEM steering wheel remote control supported, Clarion’s entry level audio unit is as versatile as it is affordable.

The Clarion CZ100E is available from all Clarion appointed specialists across the UK, priced at RRP £99.00. For more details call Clarion (GB) Ltd., on 01793 870400, or visit

For further information and copyright free images, and if you would like to test this product, please contact:

Chris Hodges, Clarion Press Office.

Tel: 01491 411777. E-mail: clarion[at]

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