At first looks like a great choice use my iPod or iPhone inside ...
Richard Antonio Ramos Carmona, Amazon
3 weeks ago
Summary: At first looks like a great choice use my iPod or iPhone inside the audio but when i do usually end whit mi iPod / iPhone on error by high heat and finallly prefer not to use to avoid any damage on my devices
Summary: The radio is Ok. The problem is in it's complexity. It's very hard to use and imposible while driving. The ipod feature is great, but limits the flexibility of the ipod in shuffle mode. Would not buy it again.
Summary: Pros: 1) It does work good most of the time, but I think that it has finally reached a point of replacement. This is due to a bad switch in the front panel. Cons: 1) Needs to be reset every 3-6 months. Start to change randomly, station, presets, finally stops responding to the controls. Sometime disconnecting the battery is the only solution. 2) After about a year and a half the fan (yes there is one) is very noise when it first starts up in cold weather.
Summary: Well... Let's start saying that the stereo looks good on the car. The lights and sound is excellent but it has a terrible issue when you insert a MP3 device inside. Why?: After an hour and a half playing an Ipod or Nano into the stereo they overheats and the MP3 device turn off. The stereo's power supply turns very hot and the device does not support the high temperatures inside.
Summary: bought this unit installed on my Harley Road king worked great for 13 months, then started shutting off by itself. hit power button and it comes back on with all settings lost. then shuts off again 15 minutes later. warrantee only for 12 months sony won't fix good luck.
Summary: Gave this unit a 2 star rating because I only got it due to it having the tune dock for the ipod and after the 3rd time use it no longer reads my ipod. All other operations function fine except the ipod interface.
Summary: Great concept by Sony, exactly what I was looking for, with a tray to neatly hide away any MP3 containing device inside the unit. Unfortunately, very poorly executed. For example, the unit only supports reading the first 128 folders on a device - which for me means that I can only play back bands with names beginning with "A". And this isn't just me being a dope, Sony have confirmed this is "by design".
Summary: First of all, the idea that it uses just an iPod tray was a bit of a surprise. However, I've been playing this with my iPhone and suddenly, about a month after installation, the USB option stops working (the radio no longer senses USB devices when connected). Also discovered rather disturbingly that after playing from my Auxilliary device for a while, the mode switches on its own from Auxilliary to FM.