Summary: I must admit, I loved the Fusion at first. I've had it for 9 months with no complaints....but for the last couple of months it has been difficult to close the faceplate. I would have to push on the faceplate on a certain spot with moderate pressure, doing that first caused my installation mounting to break, then the other day the tab to hold it in the upright closed position broke. Hello duct tape!
Summary: I bought this stereo unit about a year ago, they work great if mounted inside a car, but not if you mounted in a motorcycle fairing. However the company do not make a remote control for this thing.
Summary: Brand new in the box and did not even power on. My friend had one prior and it actually shorted out after he had it professionally installed. Seems that they need to work on the quality of these head units... I loved all the features it had and the concept just not the best item. Fusion make it better please!
Summary: I had this unit in my car for exactly 16 days before tearing it out and replacing it with a Pioneer. When I first saw it in the store, it seemed like a good idea. A head unit where you can slide in an ipod and just go. It would have been good, had it been built even remotely well, but here is a list of the problems I found with it. 1. SRS Wow would turn off every time you changed EQ settings. 2.
Excerpt: When I bought this Head Unit, the pictures did not do it justice. I was willing to buy it not expecting it to be half as good as it actually is! The main function of the head unit is to actually operate as the controls for your iPod. Rather than simply plugging it in via a lead, your iPod is housed inside. It comes with a variety of adaptors to make sure that your iPod isn't damaged during insertion/removal.