Summary: Great looking head unit. Looks the least aftermarket of them all. Unfortunately I returned it due to the frustrating way it does not allow you to see your folders properly when using a memory stick.
Pros: Blaupunkt design, great build quality, comes with a case.
Cons: Not HD radio, don't expect to search for your music under artist, then album. It lumps them all together and you have to search through every album track until you get what you want. This I consider a major fail and Crutchfield took it back without any bother. I upgraded to a Kenwood and am very ...
Summary: Wanting hands free calling, as well as newer media selections, I purchased this unit to replace an older Blaupunkt Toronto RDM-126 in my E30 Baur TC. Upon unpacking, it was evident the newer 420BT was not built to the same standards as the earlier German made unit.
Pros: Excellent overall sound quality and uncluttered panel layout. FM tuner is outstanding: sensitivity, selectivity, signal/noise and frequency response are first rate (just wish they had included HD-FM). Phone calls made from this unit are clear on both ends, (even with the top down) using the exter...
Cons: Cumbersome iphone interface. The less expensive JVC media players I have in my other cars can directly access SIRI by pressing and holding the "call" button- allowing song, navigation or caller selection by voice command ("She" can even read my email aloud). The Blau does not support this.Track n...
Summary: I wanted a conservative-looking radio that did not look like a carnival ride at night, so I got this Blaupunkt. It is cool looking, hence the 5 star Coolness Factor rating. Seems to be built well.
Pros: Nice looking radio with a conservative vibe good for electronic music.
Cons: Sound quality is poor overall and struggles with many genres of music (coloring the music with harsh upper frequencies on older music), display is dim, and the radio is difficult to operate, especially while driving.
Summary: Installed as the third radio in a 1983 Porsche 944. The original Blaupunkt Monterey was pulled and replaced with a Pioneer piece of crap. Took my time and installed the Toronto in as tidy a fashion as I think the factory would. The install instructions were great as well as the lead identification.
Pros: Very good overall build quality, decent sound quality. Bluetooth phone setup and subsequent operation are excellent.
Cons: The knobs are too small and need to be knurled. The audio adjustments are limited and not intuitive.
Summary: Great stereo for the money, good clean sound and the Bluetooth is great. Makes phone calls while driving a breeze and I can always listen to my music on my phone.
Pros: Great sound, resonable price, and it has many features that make it stand out above other stereos.
Cons: When you restart your truck you have to reselect the Bluetooth setting on the head unit. The stereo is very well made, although in my own opinion it feels like the buttons are weak, that may be just me though.