Heavy-Duty AM/FM/MP3/WB/CD Player with Bluetooth

Wire Harness Included Free! Just tell us about the semi or other vehicle where the radio will be installed.

$330.46  $244.90
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Product Description

Heavy-Duty Design – made for a commercial vehicle driver by having larger buttons and a heavy-duty construction for tougher environments
Built-in Bluetooth® for hands-free cellular phone operation* – up to 10 Bluetooth® devices can be easily stored in the radio memory for fast pairing
Bluetooth® Audio Streaming
Weatherband (WB) – offers 7 weather band frequencies/channels free of charge to provide you with the continuous weather information 24/7
ISO Connector – allows the radio to be connected directly to vehicles' equipped with an ISO connector harness; no other harness is required – no cutting no separate accessories to purchase for vehicles manufactured w/the ISO connect harness. A free harness is included for any truck requiring an adapter. Still no cutting or splicing. Just plug and play.
Front Auxiliary Input (3.5MM Music Port) – plug in a smart device to enjoy your music through the vehicle’s speakers
Rear Auxiliary Input – provides and aux terminal for permanent hard wire to the rear side of the radio
SAE J1455 Compliant – meets the test standards for commercial vehicles
SAE J1939 Compliant – allows the different vehicle components that run on the communication bus system to talk to each other; compatible with most digital steering wheel/rear-sleeper controls
CD Player allows for Playback of MP3 and WMA formats
Output Power: 18 Watts x 4 Channels
Sound Quality (EQ) Function
Separate Bass, Mid, Treble, Balance and Fader Controls
Back-lit Display Lighting – Green
6 AM/12 FM Preset Buttons
Built-In Quartz Alarm Clock with One Hour Timer
Auto Store Memory

*Bluetooth® Microphone sold separately (Part #: PP603846 or PP604240)


  • Model: PP105223
  • Shipping Weight: 4lbs
  • In Stock++
  • Manufactured by: Delphi


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This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 18 January, 2017.