Summary: Installed this unit in 1967 Rambler. The dash had been hacked for a DIN radio. I wanted something that would look at home in the dash. At first glance it looks like an old two knob radio. Unit depth is a problem on theses cars so the compact design was a real plus. USB is great. Sd card slot is even better! It comes with a nifty snap on cover that hides the face of the unit when you feel the need.
Pros: Size. Front inputs for SD card, USB and Aux. Simple to use.
Summary: I needed a small inexpensive radio to replace a dead unit in my convertible. This unit fit the bill perfectly. It's small shallow chassis made for an easy install and the sound quality was better than I expected. It's simple to operate and the display is not distracting like the fancier expensive unit in my wife's car.
Summary: Okay so first of all, it is a budget unit...and at the time of this review, it is also the most inexpensive head unit at Crutchfield. Sound Quality - it only allows for bass/treble adjustment but it is misleading. You will notice when increasing the bass, it automatically DECREASES the treble. Reminds me of the old 70s and 80s radios that had bass/treble on a single knob. If nothing else, at least it's nostalgic. It is pretty heavy on the Mids..
Pros: It works. It is cheap. Has usb. Has SD. Has Aux In. All on the front panel. Aux In works well with my phone and portable Sirius unit.
Cons: Lousy sound quality. Silence for first few seconds of tracks (at least when using usb). Unintuitive operation. No dimmer. No remote. Does not display artist's folders and their album subfolders, only their album folders.
Summary: Ordered this head unit to bring the 1996 Regal I inherited into the 21st century. Can't beat the value for the money. Works great for my thumb drive and ipod. I don't like the dial for volume control, it's hard to get a good grip on it, and if you have a thumb drive plugged in, it gets in the way when you're adjusting the volume. Also pretty complicated to search music on thumb drive. Makes the factory speakers sound halfway decent. I had to upgrade though.
Pros: great value, sounds good, decent power output, compact size
Cons: volume control, ease of searching thumb drives
Summary: took about 5 minutes to install in my 93 Dodge truck, souds was great and I love using a USB stick to store my Audio books on, I am a bit confused on how it reads folders and what order things pay in but am learning, had to buy a seconded one for our Honda CR-v another easy install
Summary: Just received this today and got it installed and I'm happy with it. The buttons and build feel like it's a good quality unit, it plays and sounds just like it should. I use my 32gb sd card and it works nicely and shows the name of the files. The only thing that I wish was different is that all the songs on my sd card are in one big file instead of being able to pick folders.