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Superb Car Stereo, June 4, 2011

Dual CD Receiver with USB & 3.5mm Inputs Features: Electronic detachable face Electronic volume, bass, treble, balance, fader Programmable turn-on volume Black/white dot matrix type liquid crystal display 5 Selectable EQ curves pop, jazz, classic, beat, rock CD play mode: Repeat/random/intro Displays MP3 ID3v1 and WMA tags Command and control most iPods Menu driven access for easy control Includes 2-wire iPod cable Type: CD Receiver Chassis Size: Single DIN Bluetooth: Built-in Bl..
I purchased this stereo because I wanted a car stereo with Bluetooth, a little extra power, better sound quality, and flash drive support. I'm happy to say that this stereo performs all these functions well.Installing the stereo is just like installing any other stereo, except for installing the microphone. The best spot for the microphone is probably the A pillar (at the top). It sounds complicated, but the microphone took about 15 min. to install. I ran the cable down through the rubber seal on the side of the door, but how you mount the microphone depends on your car.The Bluetooth works very well. What I start up the car, the radio automatically connects to my phone. Music through Bluetooth sounds pretty good, although it can be a little fizzy. Call quality is great; everyone can hear me well (they can even hear the person in the passenger seat), and everything sounds right. If you are on the phone as your car is starting up, it will automatically transfer...

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I purchased this stereo because I wanted a car stereo with Bluetooth, a little extra power, better sound quality, and flash drive support. I'm happy to say that this stereo performs all these functions well.Installing the stereo is just like installing any other stereo, except for installing the microphone. The best spot for the microphone is probably the A pillar (at the top). It sounds complicated, but the microphone took about 15 min. to install. I ran the cable down through the rubber seal on the side of the door, but how you mount the microphone depends on your car.The Bluetooth works very well. What I start up the car, the radio automatically connects to my phone. Music through Bluetooth sounds pretty good, although it can be a little fizzy. Call quality is great; everyone can hear me well (they can even hear the person in the passenger seat), and everything sounds right. If you are on the phone as your car is starting up, it will automatically transfer...
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So I primarily bought this for the bluetooth function because i hate earbuds and i tried a visor clip speaker that just didn't get loud enough, especially on the highway.I bought this so that i could use the power of my stereo to hear my calls better.KaChing! I could turn the volume up as much as i desired for each road condition and hear my calls perfectly. I took time to ask everyone how well they could hear me, and they all had good reports, no echos or hearing problems to speak of.Connectivity was very easy and my phone auto connects every time i turn the car on automatically, no batteries to worry about.I hooked up my ipod, and it worked great as well as charged while driving with the included cable. very nice.Raido tuning was very good. Cd player very good.The interface is very user intuitive, you don't feel like you need to read the manual, you just use it, which i like.and for the price...
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I purchased this Dual receiver because I wanted my phone to connect via bluetooth. Previously, I was using the aux/line in connector to connect my phone up to play audio and receive calls. The problem with this is that if you decided to switch the recevier over to CD or radio, any calls you receive on the phone go to... nowhere. With the bluetooth functionality, any incoming call mutes the other audio and plays the call over the speaker. I have tested this part of it, and it works well.One caveat: the included microphone has a clip that doesn't seem to clip to anything. I tried it all over the car: rearview mirror, air vents, plastic trim, nothing. I did finally get it to clip onto one of the air vents, but every time I touch it, it pops off. I will end up using a piece of double sided tape or velcro to fix this. I also tried it in my wife's car, a Ford Escape, with similar issues. Maybe they expect you to clip it onto your shirt as you drive?For...
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