Summary: I have installed about a dozen car stereos and built/installed around a half dozen subwoofers and amps over the past 20 years and I continually read up on how to create efficient, low cost ways to get decent sound in the cars my friends and I drive so I have a reasonable amount of experience.
Summary: This product really impressed me. I wanted to get a car CD player that's inexpensive but made by a trusted manufacturer and stumbled upon this model. I bought a slightly used one for $43 and installed it on my own with no hassle, thanks to it sticking to the universal color-coding for the wires.
Summary: I went through all ths trouble of installing this piece of garbage in my car and hooked my ipod up to it and found it's not supported. Called Sony, and they told me that this model is meant for thumb drives. W.T.F. Sony! What year is this?!?
Summary: In a nutshell it's GREAT & I love it!! I got it for less than I paid for my ol' Pioneer I bought over 10 years ago. It powers up my subwoofers like I never heard them before! I mainly bought it for the auxiliary inputs on the front like the Pioneer never had any.
Summary: I replaced my old SONY CD unit with this one ( I didn't want to spend too much money as I am not sure how much longer I will keep my car) and GT40 delivered much more than expected. The sound is very clean regardless whether you listen to CD, TUNER, USB or AUX from your phone/ipod.
Summary: I wanted a brand name Car Stereo that had simple but useful features and was able to play CD and accept both USB sticks (main reason) and Line in. It replaced an older Sony stereo (tape with CD changer capability). This had a decent price and had the features I wanted.