Sony CDX-GT25 CD Radio with MP3 - Was £139.99 Now £50.99 @ Halfords (+ 3.03% TCB) - HotUKDeals
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Was £139.99, now £59.99 with an extra 15% automatically applied at checkout, making this £50.99 (+ 3.03% TopCashBack)

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Sony CDX-GT25 MP3 CD car stereo with front Aux-in for easy connection to MP3 devices, play your entire music collection in the car.
Sony CDX-GT25 CD Radio product description

Sony CDX-GT25 is an easy to use MP3/CD car stereo with a front Aux-in connection, release all your digitally stored music from a portable music player . Store and playback hundreds of MP3/WMA/AAC music files from CD or listen to the CDX-GT25 FM tuner for more listening choice.

Features & benefits of the Sony CDX-GT25
Easy to use MP3/CD head unit with a front Aux-in connection - the first step to releasing all your digitally stored music from a portable music player
Powerful amplifier - 4x 45 watt S-MOSFET amplifier system
4S Ready - built-in steering wheel controls, change tracks and control volume **
1 x 2V pre-out for system expandibility - add amps, subwoofers and speakers
Low pass filter offers an easy passage for low sound frequencies to travel through, delivering purer audio quality with no interruptions
FM tuner for more listening choice, plus 30 station presets

What is in the box?
Instruction manual
ISO connector
JASO - ISO for antenna
16pin connector
Warranty card
Metal mounting cage
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#1
withstanding that it's a sony, there are plenty of other brand stereos that also have SD card / USB input regularly sold at £40-50. they may be 'lesser brands' (often made by the name brands anyway) but are higher speced.
1 Like #2
sony - check
decent specs - check
decent discount - check
value for money - check
heat added - check

:D


Edited By: championmongo1 on May 04, 2011 08:21
#3
Decent for the price but lack of Bluetooth is a shame...
#4
Bluetooth compatible: No
Made for iPod: No
SD Card Slot: No
USB Port: No

You might not want all of the above but at the very least you’ll want one of them. Not being able to plug in a USB stick, have the unit display the contents and play the music is a serious negative for many people. Once you’ve put all you music on one USB stick you don’t want to go back.
#5
Ps this is the best price available for it at the moment but most online web car audio specialists do this for around £55 normally.
#6
xigent
Bluetooth compatible: No
Made for iPod: No
SD Card Slot: No
USB Port: No

You might not want all of the above but at the very least you’ll want one of them. Not being able to plug in a USB stick, have the unit display the contents and play the music is a serious negative for many people. Once you’ve put all you music on one USB stick you don’t want to go back.


Is there something available with all these for around the same price?
Not being funny with ya, genuinely want one. Not too bothered about the make, within reason!
Thanks
1 Like #7
Try Ripspeed, as they tend to build cheap ICE, though personally would buy a reputable branded make to avoid complications.

Red Devil PJB
xigent
Bluetooth compatible: No
Made for iPod: No
SD Card Slot: No
USB Port: No

You might not want all of the above but at the very least you’ll want one of them. Not being able to plug in a USB stick, have the unit display the contents and play the music is a serious negative for many people. Once you’ve put all you music on one USB stick you don’t want to go back.


Is there something available with all these for around the same price?
Not being funny with ya, genuinely want one. Not too bothered about the make, within reason!
Thanks
#8
xigent
Bluetooth compatible: No
Made for iPod: No
SD Card Slot: No
USB Port: No

You might not want all of the above but at the very least you’ll want one of them. Not being able to plug in a USB stick, have the unit display the contents and play the music is a serious negative for many people. Once you’ve put all you music on one USB stick you don’t want to go back.


Haven't used USB on a car stereo for years...Once you've got used to AD2P Bluetooth streaming with AVRCP remote control you'll not want to go back to USB ;-)
#9
Uridium
xigent
Bluetooth compatible: No
Made for iPod: No
SD Card Slot: No
USB Port: No

You might not want all of the above but at the very least you’ll want one of them. Not being able to plug in a USB stick, have the unit display the contents and play the music is a serious negative for many people. Once you’ve put all you music on one USB stick you don’t want to go back.


Haven't used USB on a car stereo for years...Once you've got used to AD2P Bluetooth streaming with AVRCP remote control you'll not want to go back to USB ;-)

Sounds good, but also sounds expensive!
#10
Uridium
xigent
Bluetooth compatible: No
Made for iPod: No
SD Card Slot: No
USB Port: No

You might not want all of the above but at the very least you’ll want one of them. Not being able to plug in a USB stick, have the unit display the contents and play the music is a serious negative for many people. Once you’ve put all you music on one USB stick you don’t want to go back.


Haven't used USB on a car stereo for years...Once you've got used to AD2P Bluetooth streaming with AVRCP remote control you'll not want to go back to USB ;-)

Less quality IMO, though was pretty good set up, didn't like having to chose a song on my phone every time I got into my car.

USB on car stereos is very good IMO i'd never wanna go back to burning MP3 CD's or FM Transmitters or aux cables.

Next step i'd like is wireless sync my entire music to an internal HDD. And a decent method of chosing songs. my kenwood, which IMO is the best single DIN non-touchscreen method of choosing songs in a car is still very fiddly.
#11
jacksonliam
Uridium
xigent
Bluetooth compatible: No
Made for iPod: No
SD Card Slot: No
USB Port: No

You might not want all of the above but at the very least you’ll want one of them. Not being able to plug in a USB stick, have the unit display the contents and play the music is a serious negative for many people. Once you’ve put all you music on one USB stick you don’t want to go back.


Haven't used USB on a car stereo for years...Once you've got used to AD2P Bluetooth streaming with AVRCP remote control you'll not want to go back to USB ;-)

Less quality IMO, though was pretty good set up, didn't like having to chose a song on my phone every time I got into my car.

USB on car stereos is very good IMO i'd never wanna go back to burning MP3 CD's or FM Transmitters or aux cables.

Next step i'd like is wireless sync my entire music to an internal HDD. And a decent method of chosing songs. my kenwood, which IMO is the best single DIN non-touchscreen method of choosing songs in a car is still very fiddly.


That's where AVRCP is handy...you can control phone playback from the car stereo. Using a decent car mount kit and a touch screen phone it's just a matter of swiping through the music play to skip tracks etc...

As soon as i plug my HTC Desitre into the car mount it auto enables Bluetooth and auto connects to my car stereo.
#12
Uridium
jacksonliam
Uridium
xigent
Bluetooth compatible: No
Made for iPod: No
SD Card Slot: No
USB Port: No

You might not want all of the above but at the very least you’ll want one of them. Not being able to plug in a USB stick, have the unit display the contents and play the music is a serious negative for many people. Once you’ve put all you music on one USB stick you don’t want to go back.


Haven't used USB on a car stereo for years...Once you've got used to AD2P Bluetooth streaming with AVRCP remote control you'll not want to go back to USB ;-)

Less quality IMO, though was pretty good set up, didn't like having to chose a song on my phone every time I got into my car.

USB on car stereos is very good IMO i'd never wanna go back to burning MP3 CD's or FM Transmitters or aux cables.

Next step i'd like is wireless sync my entire music to an internal HDD. And a decent method of chosing songs. my kenwood, which IMO is the best single DIN non-touchscreen method of choosing songs in a car is still very fiddly.


That's where AVRCP is handy...you can control phone playback from the car stereo. Using a decent car mount kit and a touch screen phone it's just a matter of swiping through the music play to skip tracks etc...

As soon as i plug my HTC Desitre into the car mount it auto enables Bluetooth and auto connects to my car stereo.


My Sony headunit supports usb and bluetooth with avrcp

Gotta agree with JacksonLiam, prefer USB to Bluetooth because of quality, doesn't drain phone battery (saves having to hook up phone to in car charger), bluetooth can drop out in some areas, when you get out of the car the phone carried on playing (so a few seconds after you get out of the car your phone starts playing music like a chav).

Also the older AVRCP stuff doesn't show the artist/track name on the head unit display, do the new ones?

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