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Kenwood KDC-MP345U In-Dash CD/MP3/WMA/iPod Receiver with USB/Aux Input
Kenwood KDC-MP345U In-Dash CD/MP3/WMA/iPod Receiver with USB/Aux Input
The KDC-MP345U is a full featured CD-receiver with USB port and a mini stereo input located on the front panel. The USB port provides simple connection of your iPod/iPhone allowing you to listen to your favorite music with your car stereo.

Kenwood's KDC-MP345U is a great replacement for that factory CD receiver, giving you both a USB port for simple connection of your iPod/iPhone or a thumb drive, an auxiliary input for other audio devices, playback of MP3/WMA files (via burnt CDs or from the USB port), and room to grow your system with dual preamp outputs.

A solid replacement for your factory receiver. Click to enlarge.

Easy-to-read, one-line, 13-digit flourescent display.

Front-panel aux input and USB port.

RC-405 remote included.
Removable Faceplate
The faceplate of this model can be removed and taken with you, to help deter theft. The control panel is equipped with an easy-to-read, one-line, 13-digit flourescent display for easy control and navigation.
CD and WMA/MP3 Playback
Enjoy your favorite CDs and CD-Rs, or burn a disc of WMA or MP3 files and enjoy hours of music on a single disc, along with ID-3 tag display for artist and title info.
Front-Panel USB Port
Plug in a thumb drive or other USB storage device for playback of your favorite MP3/WMA files, with easy folder navigation. The port will also charge portable devices, and offers control of some music phones via the receiver.
Enjoy Your iPod
The USB port also provides simple connection of your iPod/iPhone allowing you to listen to your favorite music with your car stereo. Then you'll get the added benefit of advanced search features designed to let you spend more time listening to your favorite songs instead of hunting for them: Alphabet Search, Reverse Browsing, and more.
FM/AM Tuner
When you feel like letting someone else control the programming, switch to the radio. Store your favorite stations as presets for instant access--mixed preset tuning allows both FM and AM stations to be preset on the same preset band.
Front Auxiliary Input
Listen to external audio devices like MP3 players using the front auxiliary input.
Room To Grow
The KDC-MP345U's 50W x 4 MOSFET amp is plenty powerful, but it also features dual 2V preamp outputs (front and rear/subwoofer) for system expansion. It includes a rear/subwoofer switch with a subwoofer level and adjustable low pass filter, so you can send just what you need for your system.
System Q Sound Control
Five factory pre-set equalization curves (Rock, Top40, Pops, Jazz and Easy, plus a flat setting) and three speaker matching curves (OEM, 6x9, 5/4 plus a flat setting) can be combined for extreme sound-shaping flexibility. The preset curves include midrange contouring, giving music more clarity and presence. The preset curves can also be combined with the unit's bass, midrange and treble controls allowing users to personalize the sound to their particular taste.
Bass Boost
Handy for listening at lower volume levels (or for those who just like a lot of low-end).
What's in the Box
Kenwood KDC-MP345U, Remote Control, Wiring Harness, Installation Tools and Hardware, Owner's Manual, Warranty Card

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Falun Gong protest at persecution of fellow believers by Chinese atheists PICT0323
Falun Gong protest at persecution of fellow believers by Chinese atheists PICT0323
Two Falun Gong followers stage a silent picket outside Koln Dom - Cologne Cathedral - holding a protest banner that states: "Death camps organ-harvesting and burning alive of captured Falun Gong, Stop the murder of Falun Gong." FALUN GONG From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Falun Gong (alternatively Falun Dafa) is a system of beliefs and practices founded in China by Li Hongzhi in 1992. The practice emerged at the end of China's "qigong boom" in the early 1990s as a form of qigong. Falun Gong differs from competing qigong schools through its absence of daily rituals of worship,[1] its greater emphasis on morality, and the purported theological nature of its teachings.[2][3] There is on-going debate about Falun Gong's classification as a religion, a new religious movement (NRM), or a "cult", the term used by the Chinese government to describe the movement.[4] Its teachings are derived[5] from qigong, Buddhist and Daoist concepts.[6][7][8] In April 1999, over ten thousand Falun Gong practitioners gathered at Communist Party of China headquarters, Zhongnanhai, in a silent protest following an incident in Tianjin.[9][10][11] Two months later the Chinese government banned the practice through a crackdown and began a large propaganda campaign.[5][12][13] Since 1999, Falun Gong practitioners in China have been reportedly subject to torture,[14] illegal imprisonment,[15] beatings, forced labor, organ harvesting, and psychiatric abuses.[16][17] Falun Gong has responded with their own media campaign, and have emerged as a notable voice of dissent against the Communist Party of China, by founding organizations such as the Epoch Times, NTDTV and the Shen Yun Performing Arts to publicize their cause.[18] The number of Falun Gong practitioners is unknown, and the group has no organized membership system. In 1998, the Chinese government published a figure of 70 million practitioners in China.[19] Falun Gong asserts over 100 million practitioners of Falun Dafa in "114 countries and regions around the world".[20] The movement's symbol incorporates elements of Buddhism and Taoism. Visually, it is an orange circle composed of a central, counterclockwise-pointing swastika, a symbol of the Buddha School — and an ancient auspicious symbol in India known by its Sanskrit name of Srivatsa. The central srivatsa is surrounded by four smaller srivatsas, and four Taijitu, symbols from Taoism. It is viewed as a miniature model of the universe. Some advanced practitioners are believed to see the symbol as the revolving dharma wheel, which radiates or absorbs cosmic energy depending on its rotational direction.[citation needed] Beliefs and teachings Main article: Teachings of Falun Gong Practising the fifth exercise of Falun Dafa in Thailand.Falun Gong was introduced to the public by Li Hongzhi(???) in Changchun, China, in 1992. Its teachings cover spiritual, religious, mystical and metaphysical topics. It promises health benefits to the practitioner and places heavy emphasis on morality. The three central tenets of the Falun Gong system, as articulated by founder Li Hongzhi, are 'Truthfulness' (?), 'Compassion' (?), 'Forbearance' (?). Together, these three ideas are regarded as the fundamental characteristics of the cosmos — an omnipresent nature that permeates and encompasses everything. In the process of cultivation, practitioners are supposed to assimilate themselves to these qualities by letting go of "attachments and notions," thus returning to the "original, true self." In Zhuan Falun, Li Hongzhi said that "As a practitioner, if you assimilate yourself to this characteristic, you are one that has attained the Tao." Falun Gong is an introductory book that discusses qigong, which introduces the principles and provides illustrations and explanations of the exercises involved in Falun Gong practice. The main body of teachings is articulated in the core book Zhuan Falun (???),[21] published in late 1994. According to the texts, Falun Gong (or Falun Dafa) is a "complete system of mind-body cultivation practice" (??).[22] Falun Gong presents itself as a virtuous form of self-cultivation which draws on Oriental mysticism and traditional Chinese medicine, criticizes self-imposed limits of modern science, and views traditional Chinese science as an entirely different, yet equally valid knowledge system. While Yuezhi Zhao, professor in the University of California, describes it as a "quasi-religious fundamentalist movement with apparent conservative sensibilities" — where the religious facet is covered by the Taoist and Buddhist influences; the conservative facet is its resistance to the "prevailing pursuit of... the entire value system associated with the project of modernization". Spiritually, it claims supernatural powers, health and longevity, yet it borrows the language of modern science in r
Jainism, traditionally known as Jain Dharma (??? ????), is a spiritual, religious and philosophical tradition of Indian origin dating back at least as far as the 9th century BC, but believed by Jains to stretch back many centuries into the very distant past. A Jain is a follower of Jinas ("the saints"),[1][2] human beings who have rediscovered the dharma, become fully liberated and taught the spiritual path for the benefit of beings. Jains follow the teachings of 24 special Jinas who are known as Tirthankaras ('ford-builders'). The 24th and most recent Tirthankar is Lord Mahavira who lived from 599 to 527 BCE according to traditional history. The 23rd Tirthankar of Jains, Lord Parsvanatha is now recognised as a historical person, who lived during 872 to 772 BC.[3][4] Jaina tradition is unanimous in making Rishabha, as the First Tirthankar.[5] A major characteristic of Jain belief is the emphasis on the consequences of physical and mental behavior.[6] Because Jains believe that everything is alive, in some sense, and that many beings possess a soul, great care and awareness is required in going about one's business in the world. Jainism is a religious tradition in which all life is considered worthy of respect and it emphasises this equality of all life, advocating the protection of the smallest creatures. Jainism encourages spiritual independence (in the sense of relying on and cultivating one's own personal wisdom) and self-control (????, vratae) considered vital for spiritual development. The goal, as with other Indian religions, is moksha: realization of the soul's true nature, a condition of omniscience (Kevala Jnana or Keval Gyana). Jains are a small, influential religious minority with at least 4.2 million followers in modern India,[7] and more in growing immigrant communities in the United States, Western Europe, the Far East including Australia and elsewhere. Jains sustain the ancient Shraman (?????) or ascetic tradition and have significantly influenced the religious, ethical, political and economic spheres in India for over two millennia. Jains have an ancient tradition of scholarship and the highest degree of literacy in India.[8] Jain libraries are India's oldest.[9] Historical sources Parshvanatha, the twenty-third Tirthankara (ford maker) is the earliest Jain leader who can be reliably dated.[3] According to scholars he probably flourished in 9th Century BCE.[15][16] Kalinga (Modern Orissa) was home to many Jains in the past. Rishabh, the first Tirthankar, was revered and worshipped in the ancient city Pithunda. This was destroyed by Mahapadma Nanda when he conquered Kalinga and brought the statue of Rishabhanatha to his capital in Magadh. Rishabhanatha is revered as the 'Kalinga Jina'. Ashoka's invasion and his Buddhist policy also subjugated Jains greatly in Kalinga. However, in the 1st century BCE Emperor Kharvela conquered Magadha and brought Rishabhnath's statue back and installed it in Udaygiri, near his capital, Shishupalgadh. The Khandagiri and Udaygiri caves near Bhubaneswar are the only surviving stone Jain monuments in Orissa. Earlier buildings were made of wood and were destroyed. Deciphering of the Brahmi script, India's oldest script, believed to have been created by the first Tirthankara Rishabhanatha, by James Prinsep in 1788 enabled the reading of ancient inscriptions in India and established the antiquity of Jainism. Discovering Jain manuscripts, continues and has added significantly to retracing Jain history. Jain archaeological findings are often from Maurya, Sunga, Kishan, Gupta, Kalachuries, Rashtrakut, Chalukya, Chandel and Rajput and later periods. Several western and Indian scholars have contributed to the reconstruction of Jain history. Western historians like Buhler, Jacobi, and Indian scholars like Iravatham Mahadevan, worked on Tamil Brahmi inscriptions. Jainism has been a major cultural, philosophical, social and political force since the dawn of civilization in Asia, and its ancient influence has been noted in other religions, including Buddhism and Hinduism. This pervasive influence of Jain culture and philosophy in ancient Bihar possibly gave rise to Buddhism. The Buddhists have always maintained that during the time of Buddha and Mahavira, Jainism was already an ancient, deeply entrenched faith and culture there. For connections between Buddhism and Jainism see Buddhism and Jainism. Over several thousand years, Jain influence on Hindu philosophy and religion has been considerable, while Hindu influence on Jain rituals may be observed in certain Jain sects. For instance, the concept of puja is Jain. The Vedic Religion prescribed yajnas and havanas for pleasing god. Puja is a specifically Jain concept, arising from the Tamil words, "pu" (flower) and "ja" (offering).[17] With 10 to 12 million followers,[18] Jainism is among the smallest of the major world religions, but in India its influence is much more than these numbers

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Clarion CZ109 CD/MP3/WMA Receiver
Dot Matrix LCD Display (13 X 8 Digit Display) Front Panel 3.5mm Stereo Mini-Jack Auxiliary Input with Level Control Bluetooth Interface Ready (BLT370 Sold Separately)OEM Steering Wheel Remote Interface Ready Z-Enhancer Plus, Magna Bass EX 200 Watts (50 Watts X 4) 4 Channel / 2 Volt RCA Output Remote Control Included. Product Description The Clarion CZ109 is a great way to get the basics but still leave room to grow. Enjoy playback of CDs, CD-R/RWs, MP3/WMA files, and AM/FM radio. If you need more, add a Clarion Bluetooth interface for hands-free calling, an OEM steering wheel remote, or more power using the two RCA preamp outputs.

Get the basics and leave room to grow Click to enlarge.

Detachable anti-theft faceplate.

Includes wireless remote.
Detachable Faceplate
The CZ109 features a detachable faceplate with white 8-character display. Blue key illumination makes control in the dark a snap.
CDs and More
Play back your favorite CDs and CD-R/RWs, or burn your MP3/WMA files to a data CD and enjoy hours of music, complete with ID3-TAG display for displaying track info like artist or song names.
AM/FM Radio
Sometimes you just want to listen to the radio. Store your favorite radio stations on the 18 FM and six AM presets.
Front Panel Auxiliary Input
Connect MP3 players or other external audio devices in a snap with the 3.5mm front auxiliary input.
Easily Expand
The CZ109 gives you a 50W x 4 built-in amplifier to begin with, along with two RCA preamp outputs to grow your system.
It's also ready for Clarion's BLT370 Bluetooth interface or OEM steering wheel remote.
Magna Bass EX
This circuit boosts bass at an ultra-low frequency of About 50Hz, creating a rich, deep, defined bass rather than the muddy, booming bass of a standard loudness control. What's more, boost levels are dependent on the system volume, resulting in balanced system response and dynamic bass reproduction.
Front Panel Auxiliary Input
Connect MP3 players or other external audio devices in a snap with the 3.5mm front auxiliary input.
Remote Control Included
Control the action with the included wireless remote.
What's in the Box
Clarion CZ109, trim ring, wiring harness, remote control, installation hardware, owner's manual, installation guide.