|Item Weight||1.4 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||8.7 x 7.6 x 3.3 inches|
|Item model number||cstereo001|
Bluetooth Car Audio Stereo Receiver - LESHP Bluetooth Car Stereo Audio Single DIN In Dash 12V FM Receiver 60Wx4 MP3 Radio Player with Remote Control
- Max. Power Output: MOSFET High Power 60Wx4.
- 1 Din In Dash design Suitable for new vehicles, offer less installation space.
- No CD or DVD Player, Plays USB/SD, MP3, WMA, FM and Smart Phones.
- This car stereo player Built in Bluetooth and microphone for hands-free calling.
- FM radio, 18 radio stations can be stored(frequency: 87.5-108 MHz) .
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FM radio, 18 radio stations can be stored
18 Presets Memory(18FM)
Digital Clock Display
Fuil Function Remote Control
Input voltage: DC 12V
Frequency range: 87.5MHZ-108.0MHZ
Output power 4*60W
Working voltage range: 10.8V-14.4V
Support audio format: MP3.WMA
1 x Bluetooth Car Stereo player
1 x Remote control
1 x Wire
1 x User manual
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The good: All inputs work great. SD, USB, AUX IN, I tried them all. And the BT is super. No delay, nothing. 18 preset FM stations for you to load. If you live in a small market? Sorry. And the sound quality for the mic is good too. I didn't have issues.
The bad: See my comment on connecting my phone AND Ipod. That and during the day time, I have issues getting radio stations tuned in the closer I get to work. I seriously don't know if that is the unit, or my car antennae, so I am not holding this unit at fault. And I would love to be able to dial down the brightness of the LEDs at night. But it is not as distracting as my old unit.
I am glad I got it. I will get another one if this breaks.
-Bluetooth Music streaming
-Bluetooth Phone Handsfree
- SD card Mp3 Player
- USB Mp3 Player
-IR remote control
-2 RCA outputs
Bluetooth Phone Mic hard to hear
Radio reception very poor
Clock only stays on for 10 seconds
The first one that was sent didn't work due to a wiring issue internally. I contacted the company and they resolved it very quickly. They sent me a new one and installed it the same day. Haven't had a complaint since. Only reason for 4 starts is the muffled blue tooth phone call mic. Very happy with my purchase.
Bluetooth seems to work well, did not try any calls I mainly just wanted bluetooth streaming music with enough power to hear the music good over the sound of my cherry-bomb exhaust with the windows down. Mission accomplished.
One thing to note, and this is common on MANY cheap aftermarket stereos, if you are buying one of these and going for LOUD volume be sure to go through the settings and enable the "LOUD" option. Many cheap radios have this and its usually off by default and will reset to off whenever your battery is disconnected. You need this setting ON to get max volume and thump out of the unit.
This is 10 times better than a similar priced XO-vision radio I bought previously. The XO-vision radio was like an empty beer can. And don't get me wrong, there is not much inside this unit either BUT if you compare them side by side the difference is obvious. The XO-vision unit is rated at like 20 watts and has a flat thin plate on the back which serves as the heatsink for the mosfet. The plate on the back of THIS radio is thick, with vent/ridges, and when you run this radio loud for a half an hour it gets pretty warm which is good because it means its actually doing work and putting real wattage out to the speakers.
Last note, my unit came in a box which was clearly printed for an older version of this radio that did not have bluetooth. When I saw the box I was concerned but the actual radio inside does have bluetooth and it works great.
FM reception doesn't seem too good on this unit, so if you are way out in the country and lean heavily on FM this may not be the best bet...
If you just need a cheap bluetooth/aux/USB radio that has good power for not much money, and you aren't real picky in the looks department, this is a great pick.
UPDATE: Lol not even a few days after the first review the back rear channel blew. Tested the left rear speaker on another channel on a deck and they worked fine. The blown channel sparked when I tried to hook it to my left rear speaker again. It's a shame it's so cheap, I really liked it. Requested a refund or another unit, we'll see what happens.
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Pros: this is an ok unit. Remote works, buttons work, everything works,it’s loud and It gets the job done