Summary: These are the worse of the worse. Low quality at a high price value on the open market should be $24.99 by current dollar value. I have 1 Ii am removing it after multiple problems and having my Alpine cleaned and reworked. I purchased the NAXA for the features but it just isn't worth it. The unit would not turn on so I had to reset it then I lost all presets as well as clock.
Summary: Cheaply made and has terrible sound quality. Lots of features, but not made well. The plastic face broke off and I noticed it was barely glued on. Broke while in my pocket and the display stopped working. Bluetooth sound quality is even worse than the regular sound. I only ha e high quality music. I wanted to test this naxa because I never heard of it, but I deeply regret it. Never again will I buy naxa.
Pretty terrible, power issues, died after a year or so
26 August 2012
Summary: Good: Interface was decent but could have been a lot better. Sound quality was acceptable. Loved the ability to play USB and SD cards both, and to charge my phone. Probably the cheapest comparable unit, but too many problems. Bad: If you remove a device, it won't remember where it was when you plug it back in later. I think this is not uncommon, but it's frustrating if you are listening to the music stored on your phone or on a keychain USB.
Summary: This one came nice and works for the first time. then it stopped recognize my cd and mp3. I'm sure everything is wired correctly as I bought the better unit with this brand and works well. I don't know if the one I got is defect of the percentage of bad ones is that high.
Summary: I had this in my car for about a week. everything was good i really liked the cd player but the auxilary port was bad. i used 3 different cords and it always had this high pitch whine to it and i got so annoyed.
Summary: This is a very nice unit. It has plenty of power and lots of modern features like bluetooth, an SD MMC memory card slot, and a USB port on the front panel. It also plays older audio CD's as well as data CD's with MP3's. It works great with my Droid 2 and it looks really good in the dash. The controls are high quality, with a nice feel. They are also very obvious and highly intuitive; you don't need an instruction manual to use it at all.
Summary: What was I thinking? For less than $70 you get what you pay for. Unless you have a tin ear this radio is not for you. LOTS of distortion on the high end. The low end is very boxy. I took out a unit worth about three times the price a few years back which sounded great but jumped channels. It was like changing to the ear phone jack on a transistor radio, very disappointed in this purchase. To add to thois 11 months later...
Summary: Loved the bluetooth feature. The mic was clear, so I'm told, but I have to increase the volume to hear clearly (no problem. I keep the radio on all the time so that my phone can connect automatically otherwise phone doesn't connect with it off. I also like the other features like the SD card which I use mostly even though I cannot choose what music I want to hear.