Summary: Like it so far seems to work great! Im just learning most of it and it seams pretty easy to use the navigation hook up isn't done for the speed sensor but they say it works more accurately with it hooked but being second hand I didn't get the wires for that so I still need to get some wire and hook that and the reverse sensor wire up also but other than that I like it.
Summary: This item listing claims it is a "detailed" guide however, it only has 3 steps for 1/2 page plus only one picture not "pictures" as the description claims. You can obtain more information on the web for free. This product is not worth paying any money.
Summary: This has everything you would expect from an aftermarket headunit- Bluetooth, voice dial/ command, DVD, Navigation, XM, MP3, Ipod, backup camera, and more! The reason I got this unit is because of the price and the fact you can "mod it". There is forum where you can install different themes or software versions very easily. I updated my unit within 20 minutes and a standard SD card. So I have the new maps, software, etc.
Summary: I read all the reviews that I could find about this receiver before I bought it. Most of the reviews would probably steer you away from the unit. I'm not sure where they are coming from. I think you have to consider the price before the expectations you have. I paid far less than the original retail price, and feel I got a lot for my money. As for all the bugs that the unit is supposed to have, mine is free of them. I only had to reset it once, just after the install.
Summary: i replaced an Eclipse 5453 with this deck and its not even a comparison. the ipod, sirius, & dvd interfaces are awesome. this is my first time with a bluetooth connection to my phone (htc hero) and its fantastic too. the sound quality is up there with the best ive ever heard.