I originally set out to find a cheap analog stereo to replace my OEM Stereo. The OEM sounded terrific but sadly crumped, and trying to repair or find another original stereo was not in the budget. I found this stereo locally and thought "Can't beat that price." So bought it, went home and installed it within 30 mins, and it sounds great! There is a noticeable difference in the sound quality, again, not the best, but does exactly what I wanted it to do, which was to play music. I can put music on an SD Card, connect my iphone via the AUX 3mm phone jack, or from a usb device. I tried each of these options and they all worked, the only thing that did not work was the usb to iphone, the stereo did not recognize the iphone and would not play any music. The other nice thing about this, is that if connected via the AUX headset jack, if you get a call it acts like a handsfree device playing the callers voice through the speakers as long as you keep the phone on the dash, they caller can hear you just fine through the mic of the Iphone. Overall, it was the best money I've spent on an upgrade. If it last's a year it will be worth it. Easy to navigate the EQ options, and fine tune the sound to your liking. The Blue display lights are a cool color but are WAY TOO Bright and you cannot dim this, however some electrical tape cut and shaped to cover the volume knob did help. Hey, its cheap and it sounds better than no stereo!
Pros: Affordable, easy to navigate, accepts SD, USB and 3mm Audio Jack input. Many ways to fine tune that perfect sound, EQ options, bass and treble control, FAD, BAL it is all there. Cool Remote. Built in RCA jacks (for those wanting to hook up an AMP).
Cons: LED TOO Bright and no dimmer option when driving at night, but covering with tape or something helps.