Feature packed but lacks the quality of other units out there. Plan on a 2yr life span at most.
Steve Boehm, Amazon
7 November 2013
Summary: I've owned this unit for just over 2yrs now. So far, I've had to send it in for repairs once because the CD player wouldn't read and now it has the same problem with the CD player, the USB port doesn't work, the clock doesn't hold time and every time I put the face panel back on, it won't return to...
Summary: I don't really like the volume knob. It isn't very responsive - you can spin it fast and the volume doesn't change much. Also don't like how you use the same knob to tune the receiver by pushing to one side or the other. Small butons for volume and tuner work better, I think.
Summary: this stereo was awesome i liked it very much put it in a 2003 pontiac grand prix mad the factory speakers sound awesome.alot of functions to learn to set up just the way you want it but it only takes about 20 to 30 mins.even for me.this stereo is well worth the money i might even put one in my sons...
Sound Q is awesome ,using it is a nightmare ! Build stinks
S. Antipas "sa5150", Amazon
21 February 2012
Summary: I returned this stereo after 1 week , I read the entire manual that you have to download from the kenwood sight to make the proper adjustments . If you just pop in a cd , its great ! never got to use the usb so can comment if this was easy to use .
Summary: I wanted a new stereo to play my audiobooks on ipod or usb. Once you get the knack of a few uses, you really should be pulled off the road safely access basic processes such as finding a preset radio station or playlist chapter; it takes too much focus. The manuals were difficult to understand.
Summary: The stereo was received on time despite the busy Christmas shipping season. The stereo itself had no surprises which is a good thing since we researched the stereo and knew what we should be getting.
Summary: i had a kenwood previously that was ok. i installed this unit and immediately noticed the difference. an appreciably better sound. you cannot fine tune it as much as you would wish but i had in my car a sub, and midrange amp. the music is now now clearer and kicking
Summary: Installed in a 2000 Saab 93 convertible: Installation was straight-forward if you're handy with this type of thing. Get yourself an installation kit (harness, etc...), and a fill pocket if your car as a 2 DIN slot. Take your time ... solder and shrink-tube your splices.
Summary: I decided to treat my husband to a new radio that he could connect his MP3 player (a Sony) to. We went to Car Toys. This is the unit we decided on, because it seemed to be easy-to-use among the available options.