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3 car products available at Dedeman with discount

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Dedeman has updated the offers on its website, and some interesting electronic devices are available in the car category.

A parking kit, model PNI Escort P05 A, is available at a price of 209 lei. The set includes four receivers for the rear of the car, a reversing camera, the central unit, a buzzer and a rearview mirror that includes a 4.5 ”diagonal display on which information is displayed (visual and metric warning) .

The system also provides audible warning. The package also includes cutters for making holes in the bumper in which the sensors are mounted.

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Also interesting is the multifunction device available in the Dedeman offer. The Akai FMT-74BT FM Modulator enables music playback and works as a hands-free device for phone calls. The device includes USB port and card reader (with a maximum capacity of 32 GB). The modulator can play MP3 or WMA music on the car’s audio system.

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Furthermore, the device can be used to charge electronic devices via the dedicated USB port (5 V / 1 A). The modulator costs 69 lei.

At the same time, an MP3 player radio, the PNI Clementine 8450BT model, costs 96 lei at Dedeman. The device can support four speakers of 45 W each (total audio power of 180 W), offers Bluetooth, USB, AUX In connectivity and has an SD card slot. Interestingly, the device can be used as a hands-free kit for phone calls.

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The device also has a remote control. As a radio, the device can store 18 stations.

Photo: Dedeman.ro

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