Summary: Great product! If you have an Iphone, Ipod, or USB mp3, this thing is awesome! I bought this for my car so I could play my Iphone and Ipod and it loads up fast and knows all the song names singers. The only thing that I did not like about this deck was that it did not play Pandora, the ida-x305s is the newer version that plays it, but they look almost exactly the same. Alpine is a very nice brand and I would reccomend to anyone.
Summary: My husband has the Alpine x100 and loves it, naturally we assumed that the x300 would be even better and got it for my car. I hate it, it's much harder to navigate to search for what song you want. The display on the x100 is much easier to see and displays more info, On the x100 when you turn off the car the Ipod also stops playing, on the x300 it continues to play(even if you pause it first), so when you come back to the car it is on a completely different song or the...
Summary: Alpine produces great decks in terms of sound quality, and this deck for sure delivers crisp sound. Searching through songs is a bit annoying, only displaying 2 songs on the screen at once, it can take a while to find what your looking for. Deck looks really sharp, especially at night, and i think its a solid deal for the price.
Summary: This isn't a bad stereo, but its replacements include Imprint/Audyssey, which make them so much better than this one that you would have to pay me more than 400k for me to put it in my car instead. It's just not worth it anymore. Hold out for a iDA-X305 or iDA-X303 instead. Imprint is a must!
Summary: In an age where many people no longer want a cd player in their vehicle and would prefer a reciever with an input for an iPod, stereo manufacturers must be worried. After all, how can they justify charging us hundreds of dollars for a simple radio with a USB input? Well, Alpine is trying to do just that! $300 for a radio and iPod input??? Give me a break!
Alpine IDA-X300 - Ein hübsches Alpine für wenig Geld
4 May 2010
Summary: Das Radio war schon lange auf dem Wunschzettel und zwar wegen dem Design und weil unbedingt mal ein Radio mit USB Anschluss her musste. Eingebaut ist das Radio in einem Corsa A mit Alpine Amp und MB Quart 3 Wege System. Komm ich zunächst zum Positiven: 1. Die Aussage aus manchen Testberichten, dass das Radio gewöhnungsbedürftig einzustellen sei, kann ich nicht bestätigen. Ein Knopf gedrückt, ein Dreh man hat nen Sender drin - ganz automatisch. Sehr nice. 2.