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Dual Electronics XDMA6355
6.1 out of 10

Dual Electronics XDMA6355

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Overall 2

Constantly need to reset the device

Tim Duggan, Amazon
23 December 2012
  • Summary: I don't know much about music or sound quality, but I've been told my radio sounds bad haha. Regardless of that though, the stereo needs to be reset constantly. Why? Because it COMPLETELY stops working. I cannot use the tuner, cd, aux, or usb.
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Overall 8

Inexpensive, basic, and good for a replacement!

pacbelt, Ebay
17 October 2011
  • Summary: I bought this unit to replace the factory stereo in my old Camry. It's a basic unit, but does the job well. User friendly and reliable!
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Overall 4

Auto power on is a bad feature!

BuckeyeOne, Amazon
10 October 2011
  • Summary: Oh if I had only known that this stereo ALWAYS turns on automatically every time you start the car, I NEVER would have bought it! This is a terrible "feature" unless you want music playing every time you get in the car.
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Overall 6

Dual XDMA6355

Admin, Amazon
30 July 2011
  • Summary: Update June 11, 2012 So I finally replaced this unit in my car. Everything seemed to work fine, but it kept shutting down and never coming back up at times. Meaning now I had to take it out, unplug the fuse or main plug and plug this back, then it came back again. This got old quick unfortunately.
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Overall 2

Complete utter CRAP

Charles Peterson, Amazon
16 November 2010
  • Summary: I bought one of these cd players from walmart when they first came out because it had the bluetooth, usb and aux input. Sounded like a good deal for 100 bucks. As the other review states, the sound quality was not impressive and the functions/features just feel cheap.
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Overall 2

Cheap price = cheap sound

LexLegis, Amazon
29 July 2010
  • Summary: When you first look at the specs and some reviews on other sites, it looks like a good deal. But when I hooked it up to some quality component speakers, the mids weren't too crisp and the highs were just plain annoying. This was utilizing the components' crossover to attenuate the highs -3dB, too.
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