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Sony-mex-bt2900.32820539
8.6 out of 10

Sony MEX-BT2900

Model features: Detachable faceplate, front auxiliary input, MP3 Read more

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Overall 8
8.0

Good product at a good price

Eric Banks, Amazon
2 February 2013
  • Summary: Meets my expectations to the full: -good manufacture -good packaging -good device functionaliy. If I were pressed for a criticism, I would say the blue illumination was very bright (but I haven't had time to see if this can be dimmed)
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Overall 10
10

Christmas present for my boyfriend

Ashley Merchant, Amazon
9 January 2013
  • Summary: My boyfriend is in the USMC and after Christmas drove his truck from the east coast of Texas to the west coast of Arizona back to his base. So he chose this as his Christmas present... and it is AWESOME. Takes phone calls through the speakers, can hook up your phone to play music, and great sound quality. Also has a CD drive.
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Overall 10
10

Great product.

Trevor R Young, Amazon
29 November 2012
  • Summary: Really like this deck. I used it to replace an older Xplod deck. Very good product. This is much better because of the bluetooth. The installation was easy because they decks are the same size and the wiring and all hardware are exact matches.
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Overall 10
10

An awesome car stereo....

Venicesanceman, Amazon
8 November 2012
  • Summary: Sony MEXBT2900 In-Dash CD Receiver MP3/WMA Player with Bluetooth I positively love my new Sony MEXBT2900! This car stereo features a clean, clear, simple, design, with easy-to-read display. It has every feature I could possibly hope for, at a reasonable price. I am extremely pleased with my purchase.
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Overall 8
8.0

Good quality at this price point.

bplewis24, Ebay
7 April 2012
  • Summary: Overall this is a very good receiver. Pros: -Sound quality is very good. -Features (bluetooth & EQ modes) are solid for this price range. -Bluetooth audio streaming from the Pandora app on my Android phone is flawless and works instantly every time. Cons: -Like a lot of detachable face receivers I've owned recently, I struggle removing it from the dashboard each time. It always feels like I'm going to break something. -No USB input.
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Overall 10
10

Marvelous baby!

cruise9525, Ebay
5 March 2012
  • Summary: I bought it because I needed a car stero I liked the bluetooth and the front aux jack the most I think the product was great for the money and the seller provided the wiring harness so it was an easy sell.
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Overall 10
10

Very Sleek Looking

bob_vw, Ebay
6 February 2012
  • Summary: Very nice unit. I replaced the stock radio in my car and oh my what a difference. I really like the Bluetooth feature. It only took a couple of seconds to sync my phone to the bluetooth. The only thing this stereo doesn't have is USB support.
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Overall 8
8.0

perfect

Chrisguerra1991, Amazon
2 February 2012
  • Summary: pros: - I get to stream my music via blue tooth from my htc sensation to the stereo, sounds amazing. no cables in the way is a plus! -comes with a remote control cons: -remote doesn't always change songs when i try to make it do so (works fine with volume) -there's no mute button on the remote
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Overall 10
10

A bargain unit with Bluetooth - Great Upgrade!

Mister M, Amazon
28 January 2012
  • Summary: I almost made the mistake of buying a cheaper Pioneer unit that just did Bluetooth call answering but not Bluetooth music streaming. The difference between these two tech standards is over my head, but once I figured out this slightly more expensive Sony could stream music AND answer calls wirelessly through Bluetooth -- I was thrilled to be able to install it in my old Volvo 240 wagon.
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Overall 10
10

Best value for a name brand car stereo w/ Bluetooth

J. Daniels "Julie SD", Amazon
13 January 2012
  • Summary: I only had one requirement when looking for a replacement stereo for my daily commuter car: integrated Bluetooth. I also didn't want to spend more than $150 because, frankly, the car itself isn't worth it. I look mainly at name brand electronics because they tend to last longer, have better features and have a more refined user interface. I narrowed down my choices to a couple Clarion, Pioneer and Sony models.
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