1999-2010 VOLKSWAGEN VW Beetle Digital Media Bluetooth AM/FM/MP3 USB/SD Receiver

September 17, 2017 - Comment

The Rockville RDM18 digital car media receiver is a very simple product to use and it functions and sounds great! This is a digital media receiver which means it does not have a CD player built into it. Not to worry though! Who really uses CD’s these days? Instead you get Bluetooth streaming, a USB

The Rockville RDM18 digital car media receiver is a very simple product to use and it functions and sounds great! This is a digital media receiver which means it does not have a CD player built into it. Not to worry though! Who really uses CD’s these days? Instead you get Bluetooth streaming, a USB input, an SD card slot, and a front aux input. You also have your standard AM/FM radio with presets. Our SD slot has a max capacity of 32GB. (Other receiver usually only support up to 8GB.

The thing about this model that we are most proud of is the built in amplifier. We spent some extra money manufacturing this with an upgraded amplifier. It is 50×4 watts peak and 17×4 watts RMS. The amplifier built into this receiver is almost the exact same as the leading brands on the market. This receiver also has a 3 band equalizer built in with adjustable EQ curves (rock, pop, flat, etc).

Features:

Rockville RDM18 In-Dash Digital Media, AM/FM, MP3, USB, SD, Bluetooth Receiver with Remote
Built-in Bluetooth for hands-free and audio streaming
Blue illuminated button lighting
Peak Power Output:  50 watts x 4 channels
RMS Power Output:  17 watts x 4 channels
Wireless remote control included
Song text information display
MP3 ID3 Tag Displays Title/Artist/Album names
AM/FM tuner with 18FM/12AM presets
5 selectable tone curves
8GB SD Card reader 
2 Sets of preamp outputs (2 volts)
Front Auxiliary Input to connect any audio device
Front USB Input for thumb drives and other USB playback devices
Clock function
Color LCD display
Universal single din size (2″ tall)
Owner’s Manual
ADVANTAGES OF METRA TURBOWIRES:
Precision hand assembled terminals are pressure sensitive, and do not break easily like the cheaper ones
The ends of the turbowires are pre-stripped so installation is quick and easy

Product Features

  • Package: Rockville RDM18 In-Dash Digital Media, AM/FM, MP3, USB, SD, Bluetooth Receiver with Remote + Metra 99-9008 1998-2004 Volkswagen Beetle In-Dash Cd Player Mounting Kit + Metra 70-1784 1980-2005 Bmw/Volkswagen/Ford/Pontiac/Cadillac/Audi Into Car Wire Harness
  • Rockville RDM18 In-Dash Digital Media, AM/FM, MP3, USB, SD, Bluetooth Receiver with Remote. Built-in Bluetooth for hands-free and audio streaming. Blue illuminated button lighting. Peak Power Output: 50 watts x 4 channels. RMS Power Output: 17 watts x 4 channels. Wireless remote control included. Song text information display. MP3 ID3 Tag Displays Title/Artist/Album names.
  • AM/FM tuner with 18FM/12AM presets. 5 selectable tone curves. 8GB SD Card reader. 2 Sets of preamp outputs (2 volts). Front Auxiliary Input to connect any audio device. Front USB Input for thumb drives and other USB playback devices. Clock function. Color LCD display. Universal single din size (2″ tall). Owner’s Manual.
  • ADVANTAGES OF METRA TURBOKITS: When possible Metra provides an extra storage pocket (specially on single din conversion kits). Holds Din or ISO Din units. ISO Trim Rings are provided for a custom looking install. Designed to match the exact color and size of each vehicle. No gaps can be seen, and all installations using these kits will look great!. Lifetime Warranty. Made with the highest quality and precision out of any other brand.
  • ADVANTAGES OF METRA TURBOWIRES: GXSL Type of wire used in Metra Turbwires provides more flexibility, handles more power than cheaper wire kits so your speakers get all the power without any leaking out. TurboWires are heat resistant so they will last a lifetime. Turbowires are 7 inches in legnth so they are easy to install. Cheaper brands offer wires that are nearly impossible to install because the length is too short.

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