Excerpt: During summer season my family together with our friends and relatives are always going to different places for a short vacation. We are often going to different beaches in our country. We are always happy together and that was our bonding moment. During our trip we are laugh and laugh.
Summary: The thing I like most about this receiver is that it is a Pioneer and it is a size DIN and 1/2, that means it fits perfectly in my 97 Chevy. It has lots of power, easy to install, and it looks great.
Summary: Nice upgrade for my 2004 Corvette . However....in Corvette cars with Bose system the speakers will also have to be changed out . This is becauce each speaker has it's own amp . This new Pioneer system causes a feedback problem with the stock speakers .
Summary: Be warned this unit suggests it works on the Pioneer Bus system, but in reality you can only connect 1 device to the bus input, if you put on 2 it will ONLY reconise the first device!!! this error cost me a lot of $ in shipping with Amazon as they feel it was my fault. I was just trying to add a syrus and an I pod to it Pioneer tech support told me of this units ability to only run 1 of these where as all other units in Pioneers line up will run 2 Be warned!
Summary: I bought this stereo for my 2000 Chevy Tahoe, because I wanted a radio that would fit perfectly in the dash without any modifications. 1.5 din car stereos are hard to find. I love the sound and all the features it has. Really worth the price! I only have problems mounting it properly, unfortunately the brackets of the original radio do not fit this unit. But I'll figure something out. Overall,...very good deal!
Plenty of power and features, easy to install, performs well
loce_the_wizard "loce_the_wizard", Amazon
23 March 2009
Summary: The used Durango I recently purchased came with the "90-pound-weakling" equivalent of a factory stereo. I wanted to do a better job than when I added an aftermarket system to the Dakota a few years back, so I researched which CD receivers would be the best fit for the 1.5 DIN (oversized) dash opening (found in a bunch of Chrysler and GM vehicles). I settled on the Pioneer DEH-P77DH, and I remain convinced that this was an excellent choice for several reasons.