Sony DSXA415BT Bluetooth Technology Media Receiver
Sony DSXA415BT digital media receiver offers loads of options for those who have moved on from CDs. Built-in Bluetooth and a handy front USB input give you plenty of ways to play your MP3, WMA, and FLAC files, while the built-in amp ensures that you’ll hear it all in crystal-clear stereo sound.
Connect two Smartphones with Dual Bluetooth
Pair your first phone using Bluetooth® for full access to navigation, music playback, and communication features. A second phone can be connected simultaneously for making and receiving hands-free calls.
Plenty of Settings
Sony DSXA415BT A 10-band equalizer with smartphone app control lets you customize the sound settings to suit your musical tastes. If you like bass-heavy music, Sony’s ExtraBass™ really brings the beat. And the two sets of preamp outputs will come in handy when you expand your system in the future.
Bluetooth® and more
Sony DSXA415BT receiver features built-in Bluetooth 4.0 with Simple Secure Pairing, so you can take calls and listen to music (including your favorite Pandora channels) with minimal effort and maximum quality. NFC (Near Field Communication) technology means one-touch listening with compatible devices — simply align the devices, touch the NFC logo on this Sony’s face, and pair things up. Plus, you can connect two smartphones simultaneously for making and taking hands-free calls.Use of this receiver’s Bluetooth features will depend upon your phone’s Bluetooth capabilities.
Satellite Radio Rocks
You can also add a SiriusXM satellite radio tuner (not included, requires subscription). Satellite radio offers an unparalleled variety of music, news, sports, and talk, and your favorite channels will stay with you wherever you go.
Siri Keeps Things Hands-Free
If you have a compatible iPhone, you can enjoy Siri Eyes Free to activate voice commands for making calls, setting up reminders, and other features. You won’t even miss a text message while you’re behind the wheel — Siri Eyes Free can read your messages out loud while you drive, and even let you compose responses. Android phone owners, you can also ask for directions, request songs, and send messages with your voice