Summary: Great product, by far the cheapest 300 watt receiver I could find. Works flawlessly with my two huge tower speakers hooked up to it. My only complaint is the blue lights on the front dash board. They shine very bright whenever the receiver is on and I have to but a towel in front when watching a movie at night.
Summary: audio files, don't dismiss this. you can spend the money on another external filter if the slight static noise annoys you. I don't know that it's max power output is actually 300 watts, but the volume is more than enough. it has separate controls for audio and microphone sound outputs. 4 speaker channels. two RCA inputs in the back and a usb input in the front. a very sleek display and overall design.
Summary: If you want just a stereo then this will do the manual is very limited. The fan is loud and the USB player will only let you go one track at a time so if you have a 100 tracks it will take time to get there. The sound is fine and is easy to connect up.
Summary: I bought this receiver only because of the USB option. I needed a new (cheap) stereo for my outside patio. I read all of the reviews and decided on this one. Remember, you do get what you pay for and you don't get high quality audio for under $100. But with that said, it really sounds pretty good. No problems connecting it up, it works fine and I had no issues like others programing the AM/FM channels.
Pros: Does everything stated on the ad
Cons: USB does not have any features like repeat and randomize
Summary: Amazon ought to be ashamed to carry this junk on their line-up. You got enough BAD reviews to open your eyes. Just reading the murdered English in their manual is enough to tell you this is made by prisoners. Just try to tune to your station on the FM - hopeless. The noisy constant fan ! The unreal low price should have been a warning. Shame !