Summary: Listening to music in the car is part of my life. This Panasonic has the Ipod/USB port and it works your Ipod from the radio. It pumps out 14 watts rms per channel which is not bad but it does get loud. I have a 2000 Nissan Altima and it fits and looks like it belongs in the car. Last but not least, the price was just right.
Summary: I installed this in my weekend truck, I pulled an OLD Pioneer tape deck out that I had jacked into a Pioneer 6 disc changer under the front seat so (probably mid-late 1990's install). This unit looks good and works well. It charges an Iphone and works well with pulling music from the phone or streaming Pandora. When I plug my phone into it to run music or charge it gets really hot (the phone) which it doesn't do any other time.
Summary: I bought this stereo to install in my '02 Nissan Frontier. I've had it for about two weeks now, and I can safely say, I am very pleased. The stereo looks sharp, and stands out in the dash. It lights up, however it isn't bright enough to distract you. The package came fast, and with helpful directions. Installing this stereo wasn't a problem. Pioneer has other stereo's that cost more money, however I think you can't go wrong with this one.
Summary: I love this little unit. It sounds great for the price, even with my cheap factory speakers. Good instructions for use and easy to install. Make sure you get the install kit specific for your vehicle for ease of install.
Summary: Everything seems to work well except control of Android devices. The android can still plug in to the auxiliary input and there appears to be a special cable required if it were to plug in to usb directly. Special cable requirements are still garbage, so I knocked off one star.