Summary: This stereo is Bluetooth "ready" and you have to buy the Bluetooth adaptor seperately. Had I realized, I would've bought the cheaper model without it. Also, the stereo recognizes pandora via your phone, but freezes my phone all of the time. Also, the volume drops randomly without touching anything.
Summary: So, I went from a little $20 xovisio head unit to this, and I have to say the overall sound QUAILTY is amazing, but if you are looking for a head unit that will make your car shake with subs, this isn't the one. The Xovision pushed my subs a lot harder than this does.
the radio works great! BUT there is a setting for the clock ...
T. Arnall "Terry Arnall", Amazon
30 January 2015
Summary: I would have giving it 5 stars, the radio works great! BUT there is a setting for the clock that is suppose to be auto set via the FM radio, BUT it seems you can not change the time zone (CT) it uses to set the clocks. No one could explain to me how to change it.
Summary: Has been working great now for several months to almost a year, and can charge my android phone with it with the usb port, but it cannot read the music from my phone with the usb port unless there is something I need to do on my phone for it to access the music.
Summary: This deck delivers. It has a clean and functional design, and I was surprised to find that the on board dynamic DSP and EQ work well enough that I could just go straight to the amp and still get what I want.
Summary: Not "Bluetooth ready" as advertised. It failed to mention you need to buy a device that costs about as much as the radio itself. Basically like any other aftermarket stereo. The whole reason I bought this was the Bluetooth capability, so not happy.