Summary: This is a great stereo. I've got Kenwood 10" subs and a 1,000 Warr Kenwood amp to go with it. My only problem with it is the Bluetooth does not connect right away, or even at all sometimes. Which means you gotta restart it, or manually select it. The other thing I wish it would do was have a favorite device setting. So if you have 2 or more Bluetooth devices registered, it will automatically connect to the "favorite" device rather than a random one.
Summary: This stereo functions really well! I connect my phone over bluetooth and it works seamlessly. However there's an odd design flaw: pushing the giant volume knob does NOT play or pause the music as is the case with most stereos. The play/pause button is a really small button on the far right. Once you get used to where that button is, time fine.
No need here for blue tooth but the USB port is great for saved music on a flash drive
John Walker, Amazon
24 July 2014
Summary: I installed this unit in my Chevy Cargo van. Very straight forward installation. No need here for blue tooth but the USB port is great for saved music on a flash drive. As with most of these new fangled car radios operation isn't very intuitive at least for old folks. My grand son doesn't have any trouble working it at all. Am happy with the unit overall.
Summary: I bought this radio for my boyfriend's car and we love it! It has the bluetooth connection which can also be used to connect to his blackberry Pandora App, and it has built-in buttons to thumbs up or thumbs down songs. We have used the USB port to connect a thumb drive of music, which worked easily. Just be sure to read through the manual to learn about all the different features.
Summary: I bought this thinking it was the best deal for the money. It was for a while. It worked great but Come to find out less than one year later the CD player stopped working suddenly and Bluetooth has major lagging issues its possible that it is my phone but Bluetooth worked fine on the Walmart special deck perfectly...... I am very disappointed in this product.
Summary: If you didn't get the joke above, it's okay as long as it got your attention. I honestly don't have any regrets in purchasing this stereo. My intentions were to buy a good stereo that could replace the factory stereo in my Honda Prelude with an option to upgrade my system in the future. My setup right now is 4 "decent" speakers that will be upgraded later, 1 12" Rockford Fosgate Subwoofer, and 1 Kenwood 1800 Watt Mono Amplifier.