While other people are adding bells and whistles, the Eclipse CD7200 mkII is a showcase piece for advanced audiophile playback. While other units focus on compressed audio formats, the CD7200 mkII concentrates on playing high-fidelity audio very well. The pre-amp outputs are bumped up to 8V per channel, with three pairs of outputs. The CD7200 mkII does not have a built-in amplifier. The entire unit is shielded with copper to reduce interference. The Bluetooth interfaces with up to five devices, so you and your passengers can connect, and it will store up to 500 phone numbers. Don’t feel like messing with the onboard equalizer? Use the E-iSERV system for setting audio parameters online. To survive in today’s market place, it does have inputs for iPod with available control. But to take full advantage of the CD7200 mkII, you might want to store a few .wav files on that iPod of yours.