Frustrating Unit to deal with
1999 Ford F-150
Ease of Use
I've always really stuck with two things when buying my car audio equipment. One is Crutchfield and the other is Alpine. I've always liked both and had great experiences with them. This unit I'm sure is wonderful if the App actually worked. Not only is it really the only way you can properly access the systems EQ levels and other MX levels ext. but in the use of the App itself it has real antiquated operation platform. If you make a mistake you have to start all over again. I guess I could just never make a mistake and that would solve that one..... The accessing of the account, which I've now done, I walk through the "Tutorial" and done all the steps with no luck so far. The directions the unit comes with don't explain it well so what I'm stuck with is a poorly tuned unit
Pros: Bluetooth works great. I ran the mic next to my visor in the trim of the door/windsheild pointed at my face so when I scream at my bank they can clearly hear how much they suck. Hook up was a breeze Crutchfield's free wire harness and tool to pull out the unit is the best.
Cons: Accessing/Linking cell phone to "App", which seems it was developed in 1998, was not possible. At least so far