Summary: If your goal is to manually select weaker FM stations and then lock them in as pre-sets, I recommend bringing a lunch and a Buddhist monk to keep you centered and less likely to rip the radio out of the dash, screaming in frustration. The manual? Mine is in English, but might as well be in Norwegian for all the help it provides. Plus you'll find yourself flipping back to the the first page constantly when you forget what MC is vs SRC vs LOC vs TA etc.
Summary: When this product arrived, my son took one look at it and said it was an imitation Pioneer like they sell at the flea markets. It was like a piece of cheap plastic from the black market. He did not bother to install it, but returned it. The company we purchased from refused to grant us a full refund because of their return policy. We contacted Amazon to explain our concerns regarding the authority of this product, but Amazon ignored us.
Summary: This radio lasted less than 6 months before it stopped working. When I tried to get Pioneer to take care of the problem they would not stand behind their product. Luckily Amazon is a good company and was willing to work with me.
Summary: I purchased this Pioneer stereo for my boat to replace an old AM-FM cassette deck stereo. The stereo looked nice in the store, and installation was more or less the same as any other car stereo I've worked with. The unit sounds OK, but the controls that allow selection of various features are maddeningly non-intuitive.