it needs a mute on the console note just on the remote which i threw in the glove box and didnt realize there was one on there,
Christopher J. Anderson, Amazon
7 November 2013
Summary: it needs a mute on the console note just on the remote which i threw in the glove box and didnt realize there was one on there, nothing in the instruction about mute. also i want the clock on ALL the time not just when i push the clock button.
Summary: It works decent but there are barely any options, and the menu buttons are incredibly difficult to access. Only spent 20 minutes with it as it was for a customer's car, but I would not recommend it. The only positive, is that for $50 it has a behind-the-deck Ipod USB cable. This is nice for putting your ipod in the glove-box rather than draped across the front of the stereo.
Summary: This unit has way more features on it that I will ever use. I was looking for something I could control the external sub volume with and I liked the front and rear sub out availability. I ran the rear usb cable to my glove box (it was pretty long) and my ipod hides nicely in there. The only real issues I had was the sound seemed muddy at times when the volume was at 18 or more (all new door speakers). This is in a Yukon so I know I have a lot of space to fill.
Summary: This player fit neatly in my Ck2 Mitsubishi Lancer and has the potential to do great damage once you got the right set of speakers to complement it. Find there should be more equalizer settings though but i guess i can do all my tuning in custom settings or through a preamp.
Summary: This car stereo really do the job. I bought it mostly for the iPOD function and i must say that the basic features are good but the operations are not like if you were playing your iPOD... you just does not have all the options you have on iTUNEs or in you iPOD itself. you can't search for artist first letter, so you should move all you knob until you find an artist that start for letter "M" (For Instance), so, very annoying really.
Summary: I Checked at least five times to make sure it was compatible with my car and when I went to install it, the wires were completely incompatible. so when I finally did get it installed, it made this horrible buzzing noise and I could deal with that, but then after a couple weeks, the buzzing got worse. I've tried a couple of things to fix it but they just made it worse. I wouldn't recommend it at all.
Summary: I recently bought this stereo as a replacement for my jeep yj, as the old one I had skipped non-stop and the face plate eventually quit staying on. I know that since its a jeep that goes off-road, some things are bound to rattle loose after a while. I figured for the price (around $55 when I bought it), I'd give it a try. So far, this stereo has been perfect! I havent had one skip from any CD, copied or original, no matter what Im driving over. I love it!