Summary: ..........about the fact you can't see the channel designations in during the day in bright sunlight. It functions / works good. Remote control is excellent, and I would recommend remote control to anyone purchasing any radio, as you will find it's so much safer when driving. The controller is instinctual after a while, and you remember which button does what. Multiple color displays... GOOD.. Faceplate removable..... GOOD.. Poor design on the buttons.
Sony CDX-GT700 Digital Media CD Receiver with HD Radio
Lorrie N., Amazon
13 January 2014
Summary: I purchased this product as a Christmas gift for my husband's 1999 Dodge Ram and he loves it. It was very simple for him to install and it looks great in his pickup. This is a fine product and I am glad I purchased this item before they were gone due to being discontinued.
Summary: Nothing is intuitive. Everything sucks. It's nearly impossible to do anything you want easily. Find a song or album, forget it. I feel like every time I use this thing I have to relearn it. I had to read the manual to set the clock. Turns out one menu mode is only accessible via the remote control. This product is so bad it makes me never want to buy ANY sony product ever again.
Summary: I have owned several of these, Sony brand CD players, over the past 15 years. They are very good "work horses." I bought this one because it has USB and built-in HD radio. If you haven't tried HD radio then you are missing out on the additional broadcast channels. I love these CD Players.
Summary: Sony does it again with this quality head unit. many great functions. just wish that they knob wouldn't also control stereo settings as well as volume. makes it hard to turn it up or down while driving. the smallest bump and you are changing settings instead of volume. has all the plug ins for USB or aux input. quality product. sounds good in my car.
Summary: Good product overall. Replacing my older sony CD player. Only compliant is that there doesn't seem to be an attenuate (ATT) button on the faceplate. There is one on the remote, but I got use to my older one that had it by the volume button.