BOSS Audio Systems 616UAB Multimedia Car Stereo – Single Din LCD Bluetooth Audio and Hands-Free Calling, Built-in Microphone, MP3/USB, Aux-in, AM/FM Radio Receiver Electronics

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About this item Next Generation 616UAB – Now includes Dimmable Illumination for Buttons and LCD Display, Updated Dancing LED lights, and Added Mute Function Bluetooth – Answer/make calls and be hands-free with no distractions. The built-in microphone picks up your voice and your car speakers let you hear the person on the other side. Play and control your music and apps like Spotify/Pandora wirelessly Media Playback – Play music through your Bluetooth device or use the USB port. Digital media support include MP3 and WMA file formats. Tune into the AM/FM radio stations for up to date music, news, sports and more Auxiliary – Compatible with the audio output from smartphones as well as MP3 players Inputs – The USB port gives you the option to have a vast library of audio files at your fingertips. The auxiliary input is a convenient way to hook up to your MP3 player. Advanced Bluetooth supported profiles include A2DP, AVRCP and HFP Outputs – Use the front & rear pre-amp outputs to hook up your speakers (Front Left/Front Right and Rear Left/Rear Right) Power – You can get 50 watts x 4 Max power from the 616UAB to power your speakers. An amplifier is recommended to make sure your speakers are well powered
Equalizer – Customize how you want to hear your music with the balance / fader / bass and treble and control it all with the wireless remote control from either inside or outside of your vehicle Warranty – BOSS Audio Systems provides a powerful 3-year platinum online dealer warranty so long as the purchase is made through We strongly encourage professional installation of this product to ensure proper and safe functionality Show more

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BOSS Audio Systems 616UAB Multimedia Car Stereo is a powerful and efficient audio system that can provide hours of enjoyment to your vehicle. This system Features 6 zones with 3 zones each, an amplifier, and a speaker. This car stereo also has an iPod connection for easy access to your music.

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BOSS Audio Systems 616UAB Multimedia Car Stereo

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Keeping It Digital

Take your digital tunes on the road with the Boss Audio 616UAB In-Dash Mech-Less (No CD/DVD) Digital Media Receiver.

Tune into your favorite AM/FM radio stations, hook your Smartphone or MP3 Player up with the Auxiliary Input or plug into the USB port for more options.

Change up the sound style with the Preset built-in EQ. Bluetooth technology lets you play and control music apps and make calls hands-free. Control it all with the wireless remote. Make every journey better with digital music.

  • Bluetooth: Make and receive calls, play and control music and apps like Spotify/Pandora wirelessly
  • Max Power: 50 Watts x 4 Channels
  • Plays MP3/WMA/USB and Smartphones
  • Mech-Less – No CD or DVD Player
  • Switchable US and European Tuner
  • Inputs: USB, Aux
  • Outputs: Front and Rear Pre Amplifier Output
  • Bass/Treble/Balance/Fader Controls and Preset Built-in EQ

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No CD Mechanism

Our units without a CD mechanism are ideal for listening to digital media files from SD Cards, USB drives, and external devices such as smartphones through the auxiliary input.

Built-in Preset EQ

The built-in Preset EQ allows you to choose from preset EQ curves for a variety of music styles such as Rock or Pop.

Bluetooth Hands-free

Bluetooth enabled for wireless hands-free calling and speaker listening when paired with a smartphone.

Bluetooth Stream and Control

Wirelessly stream audio via Bluetooth so you can listen to streaming music services such as Spotify and Pandora and control the track & volume up/down and play/pause through your system.

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USB Port

Supports USB flash drive files up to 32 GB for music playback on units without monitors and music.

Aux Input

The Aux Input allows you to connect to the audio output of an external device such as an MP3 Player or Smartphone so you can enjoy your music through your system.

Pre-Amp Outputs

This unit’s Pre-Amp outputs let you expand your system by adding one amp or signal processor.

ID3 Tag

ID3 Tag allows the audio file to store and display additional data such as title, artist, album, track number and more.

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612UA 616UAB 625UAB 622UA Bluetooth No Yes Yes No Detachable Front Panel No No Yes Yes Pre Amp Outputs Front & Rear Front & Rear Front & Rear Front USB Port Yes Yes Yes Yes USB Charging No Yes No No Switchable Frequencies USA and Europe USA and Europe USA and Europe USA and Europe Wireless Remote No Yes Yes Yes SD Port Yes No Yes Yes Aux Input Yes Yes Yes Yes

Additional information

Item Weight

‎13.4 ounces

Product Dimensions

‎4.88 x 7 x 2 inches

Item model number


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Chassis Size


Display Type

‎VFD (Vacuum Fluorescent Display)

Wireless Remote



‎3 Year Platinum Online Dealer Warranty valid only on products Sold / Shipped by This offer is not valid on purchases made from third party market place sellers

Memory Card Slot



‎1 Kilograms



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4.2 out of 5 stars

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4.2 out of 5 stars

Best Sellers Rank

#262 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #1 in Car Audio Receivers

Date First Available

February 26, 2016

10 reviews for BOSS Audio Systems 616UAB Multimedia Car Stereo – Single Din LCD Bluetooth Audio and Hands-Free Calling, Built-in Microphone, MP3/USB, Aux-in, AM/FM Radio Receiver Electronics

  1. Dan M.

    Looking for an inexpensive speaker to put in an old Jeep. This Boss fits the bill, easy to install, perfect sound for an all-purpose speaker

  2. david clark

    I was surprised how small the depth was on the unit and light weight. great power output for small design.Bought two of them , One for front of RV and one for the rear bedroom.

  3. Amazon Customer

    I was amazed by the sound quality and features of a $35 Car Stereo. I have the stock speakers (16 yrs old) and was able to tune it with treble and integrated EQ which gave me fidelity, to add up, I have a small amp and Sub which complemented the sound experience.Freaking Bluetooth works perfectly for calls and music, for the money, it’s worth trying.Very pleased, will recommend it.

  4. wayne murphy

    For years I was stuck on JVC radio’s for cars and truck and I always had problems. I decided to try BOSS Audio. To cheap to be good I thought. I was wrong. I now have 1 in each of my trucks. And the blustooth and sound are amazing and easy to program.

  5. Britton

    This radio replaced a fully working 2001 Honda Odyssey stock AM/FM CD player. It does not fit exactly in the bay and the included mounting option was not applicable in my situation. In fact the instructions mounting procedure was not actionable at all. Thankfully I was able to bore the small holes on the side of the unit open some and use the factory brackets and two of the four screws off of the original head unit, to keep the new one in place.It ended up looking decent enough but the storage bay below it has no where to latch onto now and is basically just held in place by pressure from the plastic frame and the bottom of the Boss radio. Since it only has 2 screws to hold the radio in place on the sides now, the whole double bay assembly is kind of wobbly and can move up and down in the bay, but no one will be pressing it from that angle so it works good enough.The unit is a bit to small for the bay, or I need some kind of frame to go around the bay itself. I seen those on here but didn’t think I’d need it. It’s also no where near as long from front to back as the original one and is as light as a couple of pieces of paper. I though it was a prop or something at first. I am happy with it since it replaces that outdated radio and lets me link phones and other Bluetooth players directly to it.Also, the internal amplification is far better than the factory model. In less than a day It has already finished off the right front passenger speaker just from turning it up with the bass boost and stuff on, pushed the speaker so hard it cracked the cone and now it rattles. The speaker sounds well enough at lower volume, but I’ll be changing both of the front speakers next. It was good buy for a very reasonable price. If you need a cheap radio to update or replace your own car radio then check this one out.I also took some photo’s for this review so please review those for visual details. The pictures should say a lot about it. I do wish I had noticed the review about one of these units attempting to catch on fire sooner. Yikes. Thanks to their review I know to look out for that or to be ready to replace this unit eventually.

  6. Dave Vincent

    This head unit was much smaller and lighter than I expected (which in my case was a big bonus) For the first time installer that just wants a workable radio this is perfect with lots of bonus features you normally do not get for the price.Now the difficult part. In my case I was upgrading a 1998 Winnebago radio. The old one was OK but using cassette tapes is a way gone thing. The one warning I would give is to be careful when removing your old radio and take note of the wiring.My coach was built on a 1998 Chevy P-30 chassis which means that Winnebago for the naked frame and motor and built the rest. The wiring was for a Chevy -BUT- the old radio was from TOSHIBA which meant that there was the original wiring loom that was spliced into an adapter then into the Chevy loom. NOT the fault of BOSS but they used their own wiring color code NOT the new standard that is used. So if you are going to do a bunch of wire matching and harness corrections you must find the original color coding from the old radio. I was lucky that there was a very faded sticker on the old radio and I could match it tot the new BOSS wiringOF NOTE if you are not sure of coding any wire that has a black strip on it is the ground for the speakers The solid black wire off the BOSS unit is a ground . So if you get confused remember black is a ground and the other color is the positive to your speakers and on the BOSS the coding is white/white black stripe, grey/grey stripe as examples EACH set of wires you need are color sets. But over all once I figured the factory color guide from 22 years ago it went right together.ONE FINAL THING before you run out and buy a mounting kit check you vehicle it may be very likely you do not need one! The radio comes with the expandable mounting frame and all you do is take it off the control head, insert it in the hole and bend the tabs. Next just slide your new BOSS in and it will snap in place flush. The BOSS radio comes with EVERYTHING you need to do a basic mounting right down to a grounding screw if you need one. The kit is complete so don’t rush out and buy anything until you take the old head out

  7. Gene

    Works nice and looks good.

  8. enotsremmah

    My goodness there are a lot of reviews that say this radio is junk. That didn’t scare me. I’ve thrown more money at less. We only get to use our camper a couple times a year, and decided to upgrade to a unit with Bluetooth. I didn’t want to spend a lot since we don’t use it that much and was pleased to find this model at $36 with a handy remote. I hooked it up today- and couldn’t believe I had gotten it right. Tested radio, bluetooth and it seems to work as expected. I’ll update my review if that changes. We have 2 more camping trips before the end of the summer and that will be the true test. It’s definitely better than what we had.I upgraded the speakers, and noticed that max volume wasn’t very loud. Another user mentioned this. Well, in the camper we only have 2 speakers and the default setting is balanced between 4 speakers so I adjusted the fade and it was super loud! I was afraid I blew one of the brand new speakers I got, but I determined it was vibration in the ceiling. Fixed it with some craft foam. I love it. Love that the pause button on the remote pauses video on the iPad in Bluetooth

  9. Terry 300zx all hook up an good quality sound

    1995 300zx Bluetooth and eq

  10. Kathy Mitulski

    My dad and I installed this in my 2007 Honda Accord. He has a great deal of experience working on cars, but not on radios. After watching a couple YouTube videos, installation took roughly 45 minutes and was fairly easy. I did purchase a dash kit and some butt connectors in addition to the radio, but other than that, everything I needed it came with. It’s been installed for roughly 2 months now with no problems.

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