This single din radio has some good features, but there’s also some stuff I didn't find totally convincing.
Even though the display brightness is adjustable, it isn't bright enough in the majority of daylight situations, and that makes the display somewhat hard to read.
Additionally, the Bluetooth connection isn't 100% reliable. During my tests, the sync was lost a couple of times, causing a call to end. If you plan to use Bluetooth features a lot, i'd look at the other models instead.
It does feature Android Open Accessory, allowing it to interact more easily with Android devices.
This unit can be adapted for operation via steering wheel controls. It has a theft-deterrent removable faceplate, with front USB and auxiliary input jacks.
It does not have a CD player or any SD card slot, but it does handle FLAC media files via USB.
Maximum output power is 50 watts over 4 channels.
- Dual phone pairing with Bluetooth
- USB Rapid Charge for Android phones
- Open Accessory (AOA)
- Support for USB FLAC media input
- iPod/iPhone support
- 13 color LCD
- Infrared remote control
- Can work via steering wheel controls
- 3 pre-amp outputs
- Detachable faceplate
- Front USB and aux media input jacks
- SiriusXM capable
- Pandora and IHeartRadio apps
- No CD input.
- No SD card input.Bluetooth may skip, has short range.