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Milennia PRV525 AM/FM/USB Stereo

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  • Auxiliary Input Yes
  • Color Black
  • iPod Ready Yes
  • Mounting Style NONE
  • Power - Output (Watts) 45 x 4
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Milennia
  • Model: MIL-PRV525

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 17.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B009K6DYIA
  • Item model number: MIL-PRV525
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #164,223 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 13, 2012

Product Description

Milennia PRV525 AM/FM/USB/ StereoMilennia AM/FM/USB Receiver - MIL-PRVBB5Features45 x 4 wattsAM/FM tunerController for use with most iPod mmodels (cable required MIL-iPlug )Aux inE-prom: Refers to the radio's ability to hold presets and other settings when power has been disconnected.U.S. and European tuning1 pair RCA outputsIP66USB input and controlDimensions (including brackets): 8-1/4"W x 2-7/16"H x 4-1/8"DMilennia Wired Controller MIL-PRVMC25FeaturesMeets or exceeds IP675-line remote Controller for use with most iPodr models (cable required MIL-iPlug)Backlit silicone rubber membranesSurface mount remote; only 1-1/2" hole neededCan adjust bass, treble, fader and balance by using select buttonScrolling menu system Wired Remote Capable Yes XM - Sirius Ready No

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ivan Ugalde on May 30, 2014
I purchased a Milennia PRV525 unit from internet, but I had problems with find a complete online review of it, that's because the reason of my review.

First the Item itself.

The item consist of two main components, the remote and the back box. The package box is simple, but effective. The package consists of two main componentes, the waterproof remote and a water resist blackbox. The quality of construction is awesome, they are solid, nice feel buttons on the controller, excellent insulated connectors on the black box, well, in brief, a A++++ product, and with an unbeatable price.

Second the installation

I installed it on a Honda VTX1300 motorcycle, with 4 motorcycle speaker (waterproof), two on the handlebar and two on the crash bar. I mounted the remote using a "Y" mounting plate and attached to handlebar and the black box was mounted on the motorcycle rear under the trunk attached with plastic ties to the rear rack. I run all the cables under the seats and gas tank and mount a flexible antenna at side of the black box. There was a lot of work mounting this because a want a clean installation, but i'm very happy with it, please remember I also need to install 4 speakers in 4 different locations, then i need to to run and connect 10 wires from the motorcyle front (4 speaker wires (8 lines), the remote cable, and the aux-in cable) to rear black box, In Addition, I need to run three lines (Switched power (12v+), Constant Power (12V+) and Ground) from the middle of the bike (where the battery is located, below the driver's seat) to the rear (Black box). Also I installed a additional lighted switch, because I don't want to use the motorcycle main switch, because it doesn't have Accesories switch position and sometimes I want to heard music with the bike off.
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Since this has limited reviews here's mine. I bought this a few weeks ago and installed it into a CF Moto V3 replacing the stock radio/remote controls that it originally possessed my fitment is custom as I've built a replacement radio panel for it's install. the radio main unit mounts into the stock cf moto main radio location with a custom made bracket. The remote unit is mounted at an angle on the dash making easier use of the buttons.

Remote: The buttons are firm somewhat stiff in the key presses which is a good thing on a motorcycle as you don't want to accidently depress a button just putting your hand down on the unit (also good for a marine application as the buttons are fully resistant to water and silicon rubber covered. The rear of the remote is waterproof, If you mold fit the remote into your dash as I've done a good tip is to run a bead of silicon around the backside of the remote to fully seal it into the dash. Wire length from the remote is nice for a good run of wiring over 6' 6" in length give or take a few inches on the plus side. Uses a solid connector that comes capped in case you want to remove it and take the remote with you. the plastic doesn't feel cheap and I believe it's UV Stabilized as it hasn't faded yet in direct sunlight though is a tad hard to read in direct sunlight so mount it at an angle (I only get direct sunlight on the unit when the suns directly behind me.) If you want to correct this get a glare protector screen cover for a cellphone and put it on it'll make it readable in direct sunlight then (did this, it works excellently for me).

Radio main unit: The reception is good utilizing my bikes stock antenna which is an automotive type connector.
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