Summary: i give this product SIX stars! the receiver picks up more stations than any radio i have ever had, i am amazed at the performance. hear in the mountains you come to expect stations to fade as you move around in certain places, this radio has yet to do that. minor problem, even on local it picks up too many stations lots of stops in the scanning process but the 18 presets are more than enough for me.
Great sounding and looking Radio with Remote for under $60.00
5 August 2014
Summary: Great radio at a great price..Controls are a little hard to remember..also hard to set clock...But sound and Face display are great. Still need a $70.00 interface to be controlled by steering wheel...But I use the remote and is very satisfied with this radio...I just hope it lasts for years to come. Sound compares to Kenwood and Pioneer.
Summary: Bought this radio for my 1996 Camry. I wanted one with just AM/FM and CD. I also bought the wire harness needed to connect it. It fit perfectly and works great for my needs. I recommend this unit if you want one with no bells and whistles.
Summary: This Unit has great sounds compared to my stock alpine unit...but i still cant seem to adj clock on this unit , also the Button Displays arent quite accurate..It takes time to learn their functions and the buttons are very small for a man with large hands.Dispite the very good sound and bass i have to take a star for the small buttons and the confusing menu buttons. But overall at a price of $55.00 It cant be beat.
Summary: I bought this because I wanted a more newer sleek look in my car, I really like it so far! It looks great and the features are pretty good for me! I like to listen to my music from my iphone, so having the option of putting an AUX cable in so I can listen to my own music is really great!
User interface is clunky and sound is not good for podcasts.
Amazing Customer "swenson", Amazon
18 February 2014
Summary: I've had this about a year now, and I still don't like the buttons or the preset sound choices. Too much bass for me, which is especially noticeable when listening to podcasts or books rather than music. It has customizable sound settings, but the range of what you can do is pretty limited. As for the buttons, nothing is intuitive. When I'm driving I don't want to have to sit there and look at the radio to figure out which buttons to push.