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Eclipse CD3200

CD receiver

Item #: 099CD3200

21 Reviews

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Original Price: $279.99

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Eclipse packed the CD3200 CD receiver with lots of features you're going to love. You'll find a built-in Bluetooth® receiver and a USB input, plus a motorized face with a multi-function control knob and intuitive control layout. Its audio section includes a 3-band parametric equalizer that lets you to pick the centerpoint and width of your tone controls, and a position selector that idealizes your stereo balance.

The CD3200 plays CDs in almost every form and format, whether store-bought or recorded. You can use the built-in USB connection to access digital music you've stored on a thumb drive, and Eclipse's optional iPod® interface adapter lets you surf through your playlists and play tunes through this receiver.

Need more? The CD3200 will work with an Eclipse satellite radio and HD Radio™ tuner, so you can enjoy the best in radio. Last, but not least, you'll find a rear auxiliary input for any other audio sources that come along. And leave your Bluetooth phone safely stowed away. The built-in Bluetooth receiver lets you conduct hands-free conversations while the receiver displays your caller info and mutes the music.

Three sets of 5-volt preamp outputs give you control over your outboard amplifiers, and the built-in frequency filters and subwoofer phase switch let you tune your system to perfection. Eclipse includes a remote control for your safety and convenience.

Note: If you're going to use your iPod with this receiver, be sure to check "Details" for specific iPod model compatibility with this receiver or its optional iPod adapter.

Note: Bluetooth compatibility of this device may vary, depending on your phone and service provider.

Product Highlights:

    General features:
    • CD receiver with built-in MOSFET amp (14 watts RMS/40 peak x 4 channels)
    • built-in Bluetooth receiver
    • plays CDs, CD-Rs, CD-RWs (including discs loaded with MP3 and WMA files)
    • motorized front panel
    • wireless remote
    Audio features:
    • 24-bit DAC
    • 3-band parametric EQ
    • built-in crossover, works on preamp and speaker outputs
    • listening position selector
    • compatible with: iPod, HD Radio tuner, satellite radio, CD changer
    • inputs: USB port, auxiliary input
    • outputs: 6-channel preamp outputs (front and rear)
    Other features:

    Why replace your factory radio?

    Two good reasons - sound quality and cool features. A new car stereo offers power that's superior to most factory radios, along with more sophisticated tone controls. And most car stereos offer built-in or optional features that add safety and fun to life in your car, including inputs for your iPod or MP3 player, Bluetooth connectivity for hands-free cell phone calls, satellite radio or HD Radio reception, and connections for building an audio system in your car.

    Eclipse CD3200 Reviews

    Average Customer Review:

    21 Reviews


    Written by: ChipG from Manassas, VA on January 22, 2009

    2007 Toyota 4Runner
    Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

    I recently replaced a previously installed Alpine 9857 with a new Eclipse
    CD3200 and I'm very happy with the upgrade. Loose connections in the Alpine had driven me to punch the face in after not being able to turn down the volume in a drive thru or Cop situation.
    The only negative on the Eclipse CD3200 is the smallish screen / read out.
    The print is too small and seems very reflective. Sound is awesome.

    Crutchfield as always, was great.



    GREAT SYSTEM Please Read

    Written by: Neil from Texarkana TX on January 21, 2009

    1996 Nissan 200SX
    Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

    This system looks so much better than other systems, and it doesnt lack in sound or quality either. When locally shopping, I ran across this and knew that with the built in bluetooth adapter, nice screen display, motorized faceplate, color selectibility, that the system was definently the best for the low price. This is easily the best ive seen. I was skeptical ordering from a website, but the system came surprisingly fast and i had it locally installed in a day.
    The system works exceptionally well with my MP3 player with bluetooth. Also, It is very addaptable to cell phones (although with the phone,its not going to be great quality.)
    This is the best.



    Eclipse CD3200

    Written by: Will from Seattle, WA on November 22, 2008

    When I first got the unit, I thought it worked fine. I then quickly realized that it was not what I expected. It has bad sound quality, the Bluetooth does not work well, and when using my iPod, it only displayed the song title, not the band or album. I do not recommend this unit. Go Alpine, I did and It is immensely better.




    Written by: James from orlando fla on November 13, 2008

    Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

    I'v had alpine,all my life,when a friend told me about eclipse ,the clarity difference was amazing.All functions wrok great,the bluetooth is clearer than any i have heard,you won't be disappointed.



    Nice Features and Sound Quality for Price

    Written by: Ronald from Chicago, IL on November 5, 2008

    Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

    I recently installed this unit in my 2008 Subaru WRX. I also added the
    Eclipse iPod adapter and XM Radio kit. The unit is very straightforward to
    install and it was easy to connect both the iPod and XM adapters. I
    especially appreciate the three sets of 5V preamp outputs. I'm running an
    Alpine V series four channel amp for mids and highs and an Alpine mono
    sub amp. The sound is very clear, with no hiss or distortion and a very low
    noise floor. Other 'pros' for this unit include the built in Bluetooth, which I
    like better than yet another outboard adapter that you have to find room
    for behind the dash. The highly flexible illumination color and brightness
    options are also nice to help make the unit match up nicely with any car's
    illumination color scheme. My only 'con' for the unit is slightly worse FM
    reception than my stock head unit, but this is fairly minor and not really that
    much worse. I just noticed that I have to be a few miles closer to
    downtown before I can start clearly picking up NPR in the morning. Other
    than that, the audio performance of this unit is very solid. It also feels
    solid and the rotary volume knob feels beefy and sturdy, like a proper high-
    end component. Overall, I think that this unit offers a very solid feature
    set, plenty of expandability and great sound quality for a reasonable price.



    Nice replacement in '96 Dodge RAM 2500

    Written by: John from Research Triangle Park, NC on October 11, 2008

    1996 Dodge Ram 2500
    Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

    After serving me for > 10 years (original was hosed when I bought the truck used in '98, dealer replaced for free), the Dodge factory Infinity head unit was toast. I just wanted a unit that worked with the Infinity system since I just wanted to replace the head unit, not everything else. Compared this with the Alpine iDA-X100. The Alpine was out of stock on
    the day I decided to order. Made the Eclipse a no-brainer.

    All I can say is WOW! The factory head unit was further gone than I realized. The sound is as good as can be expected from a 12+ year old factory system, no matter that they are Infinity speakers. The rear speakers are now working and the right side is no longer fuzzy. The AM and FM tuner works well and my 1st gen IPOD Nano works great with the optional adapter that hooks up to the Eclipse. I have not tried the CD player yet.

    The adapter kit worked as advertised. The instructions were clear and accurate.



    Eclipse CD3200

    Written by: finicke from Stockton, CA. on October 3, 2008

    2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee
    Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

    The unit looks good and performs quite well in my 2000 jeep Grand Cherokee. But I was told that this unit would work with my factory installed steering wheel controls without a special adapter. Found out this was incorrect. Called Crutchfield, adapter was out of stock. Meanwhile my Jeep was at the local Jeep dealership with the installer waiting for the adapter. Found one at a local stereo shop. Lesson learned, unit was a good buy, purchase periferals locally to save time and money on insallation.



    Good Choice

    Written by: Dennis from Des Moines, IA on September 25, 2008

    2000 Ford F-150
    Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

    I agonized over the decision of what receive to buy for my truck for about a month. I narrowed it down to either this or an Alpine. I am a huge Alpine fan, but I choose the Eclipse because of the additional options. As soon as I installed this, I knew I made the right choice.

    The Bluetooth functions work flawlessly. It connected easily to my phone for hands-free calling as well as streaming music from my phone's MP3 player. I can even control the phone's play functions from the Eclipse controls. The Alpine for $300 would have required another $150 or more for the add-on box to get this feature. I also like the USB for music files. The display is nearly unbearable due to the small size of the letters for the clock, station identification, and song track. However, what the display in this unit lacks, is more than made up for by the features.

    I also shopped around heavily for a receiver before buying from Crutchfield. There are many sites that offered this unit for nearly $50 less, but they kill you on shipping and handling and installation ccessories (another $50). The other places also charge you again for shipping and handling to send something back if it is defective. Crutchfield comes out on top on overall price. I ordered this receiver on Saturday, and received it on Wednesday. I would strongly recommend this product and this seller to anyone.




    Written by: cgjd411 from Long Island, New York on September 13, 2008

    I have 1 "gripe" about this unit. The display is a little on the small side. I own 3 of these units, NO other issues. GREAT sound, very intuitive. Other than the smallish display, a TRUE gem.




    Written by: Jeff from Wisconsin on September 11, 2008

    Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

    On the surface this looks like it's the best radio ever invented by man. It has a decent amp, high voltage outputs, integrated Bluetooth, plays WMA/MP3 files, integrated steering wheel controls, and nice color options for the display/buttons. The problem is that only the basic features work good. The 3200 sounds great while playing CDs and radio and has a ton of tuning options, but that's about where it ends.

    Bluetooth: Pairing with the phone was easy enough, but cans with string have more quality. I know this could have been better; I have paired my phone with a Ford that had Microsoft Sync, so I know what a good connection can be like. ikewise, the BT Audio was also terrible. It was nice in theory that I could use my phone (Windows Smartphone)since it kept my playlists intact, but the sound quality was less than that of a tape.

    WMA: They shouldn't even have this on their list. Can't handle VBR, and doesn't support all the rates when not VBR. My $40 MP3 player can.

    MP3/WMA: MP3's sounded ok, but now compared to my new deck (Clarion DXZ785USB) they could have been better too. Ok, for some reason Eclipse chose to display folders and file names for selecting media using the 8.3 file format, rendering that feature all but useless, even if you have all MP3s. So, if you have Megadeth and Metallica, they show up as ME21834~1 and ME87482~2. Nice. Oh, no playlist support either.

    Steering controls: Only work with some Honda and Toyota models (was documented).



    Eclipse CD3200

    Written by: Anthony from Lowell, IN on August 20, 2008

    Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

    This CD Player is a great buy. I found that everything was easy to use and I didn't even have to use the manual to do anything. It has a couple of backgrounds to choose from. Makes my aftermarket speakers and subs sound great with its 5 volt pre amps. Great CD Player for the price.



    Eclipse CD3200

    Written by: usbrinks from APO somewhere overseas on June 10, 2008

    2001 Dodge Durango
    Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

    Purchased this radio for my wife. Installed it in an 01 Durango. Sounds great love the Bluetooth feature. Works flawlessly with the new IPHONE and IPOD features. BLuetooth has an echo from the caller. The key is to turn the volume down. The manual that come with the unit is terrible. However cudo's to crutchfield, their tech support saved this radio from eminent destruction. 01 Durango's have built in amp and this is not addressed anywhere in the manual. Bottom line great unit has all the perfomance I have grown to expect from Eclipse. Great tech support and help from the Crutchfield team.



    Great sound

    Written by: jrp from Morristown Tn on June 5, 2008

    Well let me say that it has a great sound,with my factory ford speakers. The display is hard to read and just a little to small.The oweners manul isnt the best,but i was able to figure out how to use the menue . All and all a great radio.



    3200 in a 06 4runner

    Written by: kmell822 from Cary NC on June 2, 2008

    Sound is good even with factory speakers. Bluetooth does work, however, I could not get the download my phonebook feature to work with my RAZR. Very dissappointing. Manuals do not really tell you much. Supposedly you can manually input phone numbers, but no luck yet. Great looks, sounds and features, but a tad difficult to set up due to the poor manual.



    Poor Usability and BT function

    Written by: Joe from San Diego, CA on May 19, 2008

    This head unit has
    all the features you
    would possibly want
    in a head unit, but
    the usability is
    lacking. The
    display is too small
    and too dim to read
    anything in the
    daytime. The
    letters on the
    display are even
    smaller and are
    extremely difficult
    to read. This head
    unit is not safe to
    operate while
    driving. Also, the
    Bluetooth capability
    did not work very
    well. Callers
    reported an echo in
    their voice when
    talking to me on
    through the head
    unit's bluetooth. I
    also heard a
    noise while using
    bluetooh. Eclipse
    delivers on the
    feature package, but
    not the performance
    or usability.



    Eclipse CD3200

    Written by: trisha from Pierre Part, LA on May 15, 2008

    Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

    This radio is awsome! I love the bluetooth. the only bad thing is when your on the phone, the person on the other line hears themself talking. i havent been able to fix this problem yet. Its easy to work even with all the components it ofers.




    Written by: jody from macon, ga on May 6, 2008

    love this unit sounds great even with factory speakers. only downside is had to do
    address book one entry at a time. menus take getting used to but still it sounds



    Very satisfied

    Written by: Veratu from Miami, Fl on May 5, 2008

    I was searching for a stereo with a full set of pre-outs, USB, Bluetooth and hopefully HD radio. Well the CD3200 does not have HD, I will manage I guess.

    The bluetooth has worked flawlessly for me. It was a bumpy road getting it to work properly (download and read the manual!) Synopsis: I have a Motorola E6 with full A2DP etc.. so I want my car stereo to answer calls and play music streaming from my phone. At first all I did was go into Bluetooth options and connect (as well make the phone connect). Then when I turned the radio off and back on, the phone would not automatically reconnect. Well I then read the instructions, you have to register the phone in the phone options in the radio. Once I followed the instrustion in the manual, everthing works beautifully and sounds really good.

    USB: plugged up my 250gig 2.5" portable hard drive. No go. The radio did not see it. It did see my phones memory card when I plugged it in via usb cable and played the music from it flawlessly. I guess I will have to stick with a 4 or 8 gig thumb drive as a dedicated music library in the car instead of a hard drive. Maybe I should read the manual again....

    As someone else stated somewhere before, the screen is unreadable in direct light, most radios are like this though. Not a big deal to me.

    One of the few radios out there with red illumination (and green and blue) that matches my gauges.



    Simply Great!

    Written by: Justin from Pittsburgh Pa on March 11, 2008

    I looked for months
    for a replacement
    for my factory head
    unit. This unit was
    suggested to me by
    my installer, and he
    could not have been
    more dead on! The
    sound quality is
    great and the 5v pre
    outs make my sub so
    nice and clear. The
    bluetooth works
    perfectly with my
    phone, with no
    complaints about
    sound quality on
    either end of the
    phone. The I-pod
    control is also
    terrific. Searching
    the 3500+ songs on
    my I-pod is quick
    and painless, and it
    sounds great too.
    All this and a price
    of under $300 for an
    Eclipse unit is a
    tremendous deal! The
    only negative I
    could write about
    this unit is that
    the display is a bit
    small, and washes
    out easily in direct
    sunlight, but when
    everything else this
    unit does, that
    really isn't a big



    New for my 04 F-150

    Written by: Doug from Grand Rapids, MI on February 28, 2008

    2004 Ford F-150
    Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

    I was looking to replace my factory F-150 stereo and I think I found it. I was hopeful when searching for a replacement. I wanted a radio with buttons for the stations (i.e. 1,2,3,4,5,6 presets) and the ability to add xm radio and ipod full function features. I am impressed with the sound quality (of note I also upgraded my speakers to the $79.99 pioneer's). It really cranks out the sound and it's pretty good quality too! I like the radio and its funcitons but the owner's manual that came with it was not so enjoyable. I had to look at the information on line from crutchfield and trial w/ some errors to understand the button functions. Also, if your looking to use the bluetooth phone feature, check with the eclipse web site to verify your phone works with this radio. My did not so I can not comment on it's funciton. Overall I am very happy with the radio and thought the price was a good choice as well, but would not pay more!



    CD3200 Eclipse Review

    Written by: ctalmadg from Rochester NY on February 28, 2008

    Purchased this unit to replace my Alpine factory unit in my Land Rover. I did have to sacrifice my CD Changer, but the whole reason I bought this unit was to move over to digital media. First off the unit is very clean and streamline. Controls are laid out nicely. I found the menu system on the cd3200 quite easy to use, although I did have to use the manual for reference when I first got the unit. Once you undserstand how things are laid out and how the buttons work it's s snap. The USB and AUX inputs are great. I ended up putting a RCA to 3.5mm mini on the AUX input. These allow me to use pretty much any audio device or mass storage device on it. The bluetooth is a great feature and setup and use is quite simple. I installed 3 seperate phones on it (a Sony and 2 Motorolas). I also imported my phonebook from one of the phones to the unit via bluetooth without issue. The unit has a built in mic and the sound on both sides of the call was excellent. The bluetooth, once setup found my phone everytime when entering the vehicle and mutes the music when a incoming call comes in..showing the number on the display(and name if in the phonebook). The illumination options are great and offer different color schemes. Sound options are EXCELLENT, offering quite a bit of customation. I did have one issue with this unit and one disappointment. When installed in my Land Rover the dimmer would not work properly when my headlights were on. I found that this is a known issue with Eclipse and some vehicles. It seems the voltage drop needed to activate the dimmer is right around the threshold of the voltage needed to activate it and it makes the display flicker. This problem was fixed by my tech by deactivating the dimmer. The only other issue I have with the CD3200 was the quality of the display. Less than stellar, but for the price I can't really complain! On a scale of 1 to 10 I give the CD3200 a solid 9. Great unit for the money!!



    Hands-on research

    What's in the box?

    Download owner's manual

    • CD/Bluetooth receiver
    • Face
    • Hard plastic face case
    • RMC-105 wireless remote control
    • Sleeve
    • Trim ring
    • Wiring harness
    • 10A glass fuse (in-line on +12V Constant lead)
    • 2 Side brackets
    • 4 Hex-head ISO screws (M5 x 8mm)
    • 4 Flat-head ISO screws (M5 x 8mm)
    • Stud bolt
    • Rubber bushing
    • Face fixing screw (M2 x 6mm)
    • Reference guide (English/Spanish/French)
    • Installation Manual (English/Spanish/French)
    • Warranty information

    Features and Specs

    CEA-2006 Compliant No
    RMS Power Output 14 watts
    Peak Output 50 watts
    RMS Power Bandwidth 20-20kHz
    Preamp Outputs 6-channel
    Sub Preamp Outputs Yes
    Switchable Rear Preamp Outputs No
    Video Screen No
    Preamp Voltage 5.0 volts
    Display Color White
    Key Button Color Red,Grn,Ambr,Blue+others
    EQ Bands 3
    Wireless Remote Yes
    Steering Wheel Control Compatible Yes
    Parts Warranty 1 Year
    Labor Warranty 1 Year
    AUX Input Rear and Optional Rear
    Audio/video Input
    USB Input Rear
    Memory Card Slot USB Memory
    Bluetooth Compatible Built-in
    Satellite Radio Ready Both
    HD Radio Optional
    Navigation ---
    iPod Compatibility
    Full size ---
    Nano ---
    Touch ---
    Mini ---
    iPhone ---
    FM Sensitivity 15 dBf
    European Tuning Yes
    Seek/Scan Seek
    Radio Data System No

    Product Research

    External Device Controls


    MP3/WMA Playback: The CD3200 can play MP3 and WMA files recorded onto CD-R and CD-RW discs in ISO 9660 Level 1 and 2. Recommended bit rates are 64-320 kbps for MP3 and 48-320 kbps for WMA. Variable bit rates from 64 to 320 kbps for MP3 and 48 to 192 kbps for WMA can be used, however there may be a discrepancy in the time display. The receiver can recognize a total of 999 files, 256 folders (including the root directory), and 8 directory layers on a single disc. The receiver can show the names of albums and artists from and ID3 and WMA tags.

    Bluetooth: Bluetooth hardware is built into the CD3200, making it easy to integrate Bluetooth enabled cellular phones and audio players. Bluetooth is a two-way wireless communication system allowing you to make and receive cell phone calls, and listen to a Bluetooth audio device.

    • Phone: Up to five phones can be registered with the CD3200. It can automatically connect to a registered phone whenever the phone comes within range. Once the phone connection is made the head unit stays in phone standby mode, and is ready to receive calls while you listen to other sources. You can dial out using your phone book, call history, or dial directly using the CD3200 or the phone's keypad. Six numbers can be saved and dialed using the radio preset buttons. You can answer incoming calls manually or automatically.
    • Version:
      • Bluetooth Specification: Ver.2.0
      • HFP (Hands Free Profile): Version 1.5
      • OPP (Object Push Profile): Version 1.1
    • BT Audio: In addition to Bluetooth phones, Bluetooth equipped audio players are supported. You can connect wirelessly and listen to the player.

    CD Text: If a CD Text disc is inserted, the receiver will display the artist name, disc title, and track title information.

    Radio Band Switching: If you wish to take the receiver out of the country, the tuner frequencies and interval can be switched on any of four possible regions:

    • USA:
      • FM: 87.75-107.9 MHz (0.2 MHz step)
      • AM: 530-1710 kHz (10 kHz step)
    • Asia (includes Europe):
      • FM: 87.5-108.0 MHz (0.05 MHz step)
      • AM: 522-1629 kHz (9 kHz step)
    • Australia:
      • FM: 87.5-108.0 MHz (0.1 MHz step)
      • AM: 522-1710 kHz (9 kHz step)
    • Latin America:
      • FM: 87.75-107.9 MHz (0.1 MHz step)
      • AM: 530-1710 kHz (10 kHz step)

    High-volt Preamp Outputs: The CD3200 features three sets of 5-volt, low-impedance (55Ω) preamp outputs, including a non-fading output for a subwoofer. The outputs are affected by the crossover settings (see below).

    Sound Adjustment Modes: The CD3200 is equipped with several sound adjustment features:

    • Parametric EQ: The 3 band parametric EQ allows more accurate tonal adjustment than typical bass and treble controls or a graphic equalizer. EQ presets include Defeat (flat), Power (emphasizes bass), Sharp (emphasizes treble), Vocal (emphasizes midrange), and custom (allowing you to individually adjust bass, midrange, and treble):
      • Bass:
        • Q (Width of adjusted band): Wide, Midwide, Normal, or Narrow
        • Center frequency: 60Hz, 80Hz, 100Hz, or 120Hz
      • Midrange:
        • Q: Normal or Narrow
        • Center frequency: 700Hz (fixed)
      • Treble:
        • Q: Normal (fixed)
        • Center frequency: 7.5kHz, 10kHz, 12.5kHz, or 15kHz
    • Crossover: The crossover allows you to independently apply a low pass filter to the non-fading (subwoofer) outputs at 80 Hz and a high pass filter to the front and rear outputs (line-level and speaker-level) at 100 Hz. The slope of both is 12 dB/octave.
    • Non-fader: The phase of the non-fading (subwoofer) output can be set to normal or reverse and the and output level can be adjusted from -6 to +6.
    • Loudness: The loudness control may be turned on to emphasize low and high frequencies at low volume levels. When selected, the loudness contour provides a +10dB boost at 100Hz and a +6dB boost at 10kHz.

    Source Volume Controls (SVC): Because the level of each source can vary, the Source Volume Controls allow you to raise or lower the volume of AM radio, CD audio, and any external source compared to the FM radio signal. The volume differences can be set within a range of -10 to +20.

    Illumination: The front panel buttons are backlit and have six color options; Red, Green, Amber, Blue with Red, Blue with Green, and Blue with amber. When any of the multi-color combinations are used, the rotary dial and the four large buttons around the dial are blue, and the other buttons are the second color. If the accessory power is on, the unit is turned off, and the clock is turned on in the menu; the display turns off (the clock stays on) but the buttons and rotary knob stay backlit. When the unit is on and 12 volts is applied to the illumination wire the display dims, but the button backlighting remains unchanged.

    Display: The unit gives you a choice of display patterns or you can import your own images. You can cycle through two Motion Picture options, two sound meter displays, a standard black background, and the display can be turned off. Using the E-iSERV website, you can download other display data and applications for creating motion pictures. Images are loaded onto a CD-R or USB drive and imported to the head unit.

    Position Selector: The position selector optimizes the sound field for different locations in the car; choices include Front, Rear, Front-Right, Front-Left, and off.

    Remote Control: The CD3200 is controlled by the included RMC105 remote control. With the remote you can access the following functions: Power, Mode, Volume Up/Dn, Source select (Disc/Tuner/Aux), Band select, Mute, Preset Channel Up/Dn, Disc Up/Dn, Track Up/Dn, and Tune/Seek Up/Dn.

    Steering Wheel Remote: Through the special E-iSERV website from Eclipse, you can download software that enables factory steering wheel remote operation of the CD3200. This software is burned to a CD-R and imported into the receiver. Two wires (brown/black and brown) in the supplied wiring harness need to be connected to factory wiring in order for steering wheel remote commands can operate.

    Note: Depending upon the vehicle's make and model, not all downloaded material may be compatible with steering wheel remote functions.

    Angle Mounting: Eclipse recommends mounting the CD3200 no more that 30° above horizontal.

    Auxiliary Input: Female stereo RCA auxiliary inputs are on a 7" pigtail on the back of the unit. The aux input can be turned off in the menu, so you don't have to toggle past it when you change inputs when there's nothing connected. A second auxiliary source can be added using the optional AUX105 Aux cord (item number 099AUX105); it's plugged into the E-LAN connector on the rear panel. If the AUX105 is used, you cannot add a CD changer, HD Radio tuner, or satellite radio tuner.

    External Device Controls

    iPod Ready: You can enjoy music from your Apple iPod when it's connected to the head unit via the optional Eclipse iPC-106 Interface Adapter for iPod (item number 099IPC106). The adapter is compatible only with iPods with a dock connector. The adapter is compatible only with iPods with a dock connector including the iPod video (5th generation), iPod touch (1st/2nd generation), classic (80/120/160GB) and iPod nano (3rd/4th generation) or iPhone/iPhon3G. While connected, the head unit will power the iPod, and charge the iPod's battery. You can perform playlist, album, artist, genre, or song searches. Playback functions include track up/down, fast forward/rewind, track repeat, and random play within the current album or throughout the iPod. Display selections include song title, album name, or artist. The iPC-106's E-LAN pass-through allows you to add a CD changer to your system.

    Note: This adapter will not charge the iPhone3G, iPod touch 2nd generation, or iPod nano 4th generation. The iPod classic and nano 3rd generation should have the latest version 1.1 or higher installed for compatibility. This version can be downloaded from Apple's website. 

    USB Port: The CD3200 features a USB type-A port attached to the rear panel with a 58" cord. The USB port enables connection to portable USB mass-storage players, USB thumb drives, and audio control of MP3/WMA players. The USB port is compatible with all USB mass storage class devices that support the FAT12, FAT16, or FAT32 file system. The maximum number of files that can be recognized is 3,000.

    HD Radio Ready: The CD3200 is compatible with the optional HDR105 HD Radio Tuner (item number 099HDR105). When the HDR105 is connected, you can enjoy your same FM and AM stations with digital sound quality. HD Radio FM broadcasts sound as good as CDs, and AM broadcasts sound as good as today's analog FM stations. The tuner has an E-LAN pass-through connection, allowing you to daisy chain an Eclipse CD changer.

    Satellite Radio Ready: There are several options for connecting an optional satellite radio tuner to this receiver:

    • XM Satellite Radio: To receive XM Satellite Radio, you can connect the optional CNP2000UC XM Mini Tuner (item number 220CNP20UC) and the Eclipse CNP-ECL1 adapter cable (package item number 700XMECL1).
    • SIRIUS Satellite Radio: To receive SIRIUS Satellite Radio, you can connect the optional Sirius Connect tuner with the Eclipse Sirius Connect adapter (package item number 700SIRECLi).
    • Auxiliary Input: A portable satellite radio receiver, such as the Delphi SkyFi3 or SIRIUS Sportster, can be connected to the head unit via an auxiliary input.

      Note: A subscription is also required to receive satellite radio programming from SIRIUS or XM.

    Changer Controls: The CD3200 can control up to two Eclipse CH3083 8-disc CD changers (item number 099CH3083) through its E-LAN Bus connector. The CH3083 CD changer has a E-LAN pass-through input for the second changer, so no special adapter is needed. When an optional CD changer is connected, the CD3200 has the following controls: Track Skip, Disc Skip, Fast Forward/Fast Reverse, Track Intro Scan, Disc Intro Scan, Track Repeat, Disc Repeat, Disc Random, All Disc Random, and Direct Disc Select.

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