Alpine iLX-F309 Halo9 In-Dash System

Alpine iLX-F309 Halo9 In-Dash System

The iLX-F309 is an AM/FM/Digital Media Receiver with a 9-inch WVGA touch screen and mech-less design. It uses a single-DIN chassis for installation but the screen “hovers” over the vehicle’s dashboard, allowing the oversize screen to be added to a variety of vehicles without the need for custom installation. Features include Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, Bluetooth, Pandora, and a built-in HD radio tuner, among many others.

$1,100 | Alpine-USA.com

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