I purchased this unit and within a month the Bluetooth went out, and within a year the USB stopped working.
Cons: Some features didn't last long.
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Installation was simple and required no extra tools then an HD Stereo. Wires were well sealed with the exception of the USB cable, even though it was provided with a dust cover. The dust cover is not waterproof, allows moisture to accumulate and corrode's which voids the warranty.
Pros: Allows for Blue Tooth operation.
Cons: ASA Electronics
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I have had this radio for over 2 years without any issues ona 2002 ultra classic . I only use Blue tooth and it works awesome. It would of been nice to have at least 4 volt outputs and a equalizer for the price. If I had it to do over I would of just got a Kenwood or alpine fo around $170 and got 3 sets of 4 volt outputs along with built in equalizer. Pros for the jenson to me were no dash mount kit needed and was a marine grade receiver. Like mentioned earlier for the price 3 sets 4 volts out and an equalizer I would of have gave this 5 stars. Ease of install is a plus also. The New Rockford Fosgate Tim's motorcycle speakers are great waterproof and lightweight excellent for Harley-Davidson's.
Pros: Marine grade, no dash kit needed, love the blue tooth and retains handlebar controls.
Cons: Would be better with 4 volt outputs maybe a subwoofer output for show bikes or people who like to play music while their bike is parked. Built in crossovers and a equalizer would of also gave this a 5 star
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I really like this Harley replacement radio. It installed in minutes without any cutting, splicing or wire-nut's. I bought it mainly to interface to my iPhone and the Sirius XM radio hookups and both work very well. The on,y knock on the radio is that it does not offer the automatic volume control that I was used to, but it does have a mute button that I push when I want to talk and the handlebar volume switch turns the radio back on. I recommend this radio to anyone frustrated with there current H-D radio.
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This unit came to me already mounted on a used Harley Road Glide. I'm an amateur installer/audiophile and I've bought and installed dozens of radios, amps and speakers. To tell you the truth, I'm pretty impressed with it. Mine interfaces great with the USB provided on the motorcycle, it picks up my Bluetooth when my cell phone is locked in my Tour Pak, and it has all kinds of features I wouldn't have expected. I have to turn up the sound, but I can hear fine when I do, even through my helmet or ear plugs when I wear them and wind. 22 watts RMS is nothing to write home abut, but it's standard and I have to believe it's more than the Harley unit supplies. Now, it needs a subwoofer and better speakers, but that isn't the head unit's fault.
Pros: Great Bluetooth
Cons: Any head unit could use an amp and better speakers and a sub.
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The sound of this radio is not good at all I have hogtunes amp and speakers factory radio much better just got last year and putting a factory back in .
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I bought one because it's supposed to be plug and play and work with the handle bar controls. The controls work but you lose the automatic volume function that increases volume with speed and if you have stock speakers, when you turn the volume up you get distortion. The communication system is lost and the cb function is gone if you have those on your ultra. I wouldn't recommend this unit. The manufacture was no help when I asked them a question about the distortion.
Pros: It fits
Cons: It's not plug and play
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