Summary: Bought this for the bf, he fell in love as soon as he installed it. Mentioned he had more abilities to better tune music, has much more settings than other pioneer models, looks really sleek and modern. Would def recommend.
Summary: This is the stereo you buy when you want to show your friends what's up. I've had the stereo for a few months and I have not gone through it yet. There's so many settings and so many of everything to mess with the stereo will keep you busy for a long time. And if you know how to mess with the stereo you could make this sound amazing.this is for the professional Not more rookies lol.i have.
I can say that I love the way it sounds right now on my Acura ...
7 December 2014
Summary: This replace my Clarion DRZ-9255 and after a long set-up to get it where I want, I can say that I love the way it sounds right now on my Acura TSX. I love the way you can adjust it, so many adjustments, love the equalizer!!!
Audiophile Quality and Excellent Usefulness in Any Configuration
30 November 2014
Summary: I was going to get a Nakamachi, but the technology was lagging. So, I went with the Pioneer DEH-80PRS due to excellent published specs and reviews on its sound quality attributes, use of excellent Burr-Brown 24-bit DACs, its ability to play 48KHz/1,536Kbps bit depth .wav files (this is important because I like to listen to the entire movie audio track ripped from my blu-rays, something the Nakamichi would not have allowed me to do), and its demonstrated, super clean 5...
Summary: I've now had this installed for over a year, and I love it as much as I did on day one. If you're looking for Bluetooth connectivity (I stream Spotify and use Google Maps as a navigation system between hands-free calls), high sound quality (the Auto-EQ is just too amazing), and incredible build quality out of your head unit, look no further.
Summary: The focus on this HU is sound quality and none of the extraneous bells and whistles. That's all I care about, so I'm pleased. The sound quality is great. I run it on 3-way network. I ignore some of the automatic adjustments, though. For example, if the auto eq sets the crossover slopes too shallow (e.g., 6, 12, 18, 24, or 30 db/octave for the low frequency network), I change the slope to 36 db/octave.