Great overall features - USB and AUX input were a ...
Michael Vingo, Amazon
3 weeks ago
Summary: Great overall features - USB and AUX input were a must...even has hidden CD player behind the removable faceplate. Good value for such a low price; if you are looking for a top end product you won't get it here, but you can't complain for under $60 - it does everything I need it to...much more than the OEM radio.
Summary: I own a 2000 Land Rover Discovery series II and have the Harman Kardon system. I replaced the Factory am/fm cassette player with this unit. I used an adapter and it plugged right into the harness in my system as well as the one for the factory amp. It has worked flawlessly for me and the remote works great as well. The only thing I did not do is buy the device that allows for my controls on the steering wheel to control the head unit.
Summary: I got this for my Dad's Nissan D21. It was a breeze to install and I had absolutely no problems everything you'll need is clearly labeled. It does however not have a preamp like it had advertised. It feels cheap. It has it's moments where it brings up rand0m pieces of codes and on screen readouts. USB functions are strange and unreliable. AUX works and reception work just fine. The audio is amazing! It keeps blowing the fuse for some odd reason.
Summary: Right after installation it did not take CDs (the cd only went in about half way) the USB port did not read any type of input (tested with iPod and my phone and just went back to the radio tuner). I tried several times to re-wire it and even had a car audio specialist check and re-do the wiring and it still had these issues.
Summary: it not like I thought it would be there was no instruction how to use it or put it in the remote doest work half of the time I just thought it would be a good radio for the price I payed for it