Summary: worked great for a while until the volume up stopped working on the wheel on the radio itself. Remote still solved that problem. This product was 1/2 the price as other similar radios and should have just paid for a better quality one.
Summary: I live pretty close to the city so I have a lot of HD radio station choices. This radio has lots of power and with some matched speakers produces excellent quality sound. I chose some 6" sony explod speakers for my kick panels and a pair of sony explod 6" x 9" panels for the back (in my 1971 Skylark Convertible) and the system sounds surprisingly good.
Summary: Had one in my toyota for four years, bought this one because the aux jack stopped working. Love having all those radio stations, sound is good and strong reception is great even in more remote areas of Washington state.
Summary: I purchased this radio from Amazon as a "returned" item at an incredibally low price, so my expectations weren't too high. The radio install was straight forward. It plays all types of cd's, and any aux source. The only gripe I have is the HD strength is not the best. Mind you, I have the radio installed in an electric golf cart, so there is a lot of interference from the motor and speed control. All in all, the radio does the job well.
Summary: I bought this for my sister for her birthday to replace the standard radio that came in her car. She wanted a radio with an auxiliary jack so she could plug in her iPod. She LOVES it. And she says, "It even tells me 'Good Morning' and 'Good Evening'!
Summary: This cheap little unit needed an adapter to work with my 1994 Ford T-Bird. Other than that, its been an awesome unit compared to the stock tape/radio. It's so much clearer and plays Data CDs, this makes it so easy to make a big disc full of songs to listen to. The radio does have its HD buffering issue, where it changes in and out of HD, but I normally avoid stations that don't come in great anyhow. I primarily use the AUX port or the CD player.