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Ex Display Kenwood DPX-7000DAB Car Stereo CD-Receiver with Bluetooth, USB/AUX inputs and DAB radio £75 at Halfords
Found 19th AprFound 19th Apr
Check your locals, hope it helps someone. Fully integrated with Bluetooth for hands free and music streaming Includes an in-built Digital Tick Approved DAB radio and CD player … Read more

Managed to get mine for £50 because it was missing the dab antenna and microphone. Got cheap ones of Amazon and they all work great. Agree with the dim display, but good enough for my needs!


Reserved one at the oldbury branch. Not bad for the money, sadly when I turned up the front of the unit was all scratched up so gave it a miss. I have a higher end pioneer touch screen(£150) reserved at the selly oak branch hope that’s in good condition.


Well at £75 and no touch screen, it's not really surprising.


Shame it doesn’t come with airplay or android auto


Nope, if it did halfords couldn't sell you one lol.

Ex Display JVC KD - X342BT bluetooth, front USB Car Stereo, £30 from halfords
Found 16th AprFound 16th Apr
Better check your locals. Android Music Playback via USB and JVC Smart Music Control App for Android iPod/iPhone Music Playback via USB FLAC Compatible Steering Wheel Remote R… Read more

It does!


I'd jump at this if it has Bluetooth! But the Halfords site says it doesn't include it. No one wants to plug their phone into their stereo in 2018!


I remember fonejacker


They're a doddle - give it a go!


Just don't want to pay to have it fitted, but thanks for the input (horror)

Ex Display Pioneer FH-X730BT Car Stereo, £55 from halfords
Found 15th AprFound 15th Apr
DAB included in description, not sure if accurate. Next generation double DIN CD Tuner with Bluetooth, USB and Spotify. Connects to Apple iOS & Android devices. Ex Display … Read more

I've one of these left over at a northern Ireland store that I'm not going to take if anyone wants the reservation.


Mine looks brand new! Boxed and everything in sealed bags.


unboxed, i'm just missing the warranty, although covered with receipt, the manual, grabbed from pioneer website, and the release keys.


Playing mp3 via USB in the photo above. Tried it with a Sansa mp3player straight into the AUX and that works fine also. In the box is the Pioneer/Warranty/Cage to hold player/Manual/Cable Loom/Two release Keys/Microphone for phonecalls.


Picked mine up.... Struggling to find steering wheel controls for less than £40 so might not bother with them...

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Halfords Ex Display Pioneer SPH-DA120 Car Stereo with Apple CarPlay
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
Ex Display Pioneer Bluetooth Car Stereo with Apple CarPlay . I can remember these were going for over £300 when first out... There is some ex display stock near me so try your luc… Read more
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Anyone know when the reservations drop off? Mine said they would hold until Saturday but couldn't get to it as been hectic this week, was hoping it would unlock at midnight to rereserve but nothing yet 😔


I have a reservation at Aberystwyth if anyone wants one. Decided not to bother (y)


Because with mine, I’m listening to DAB and I receive a text message...the display flashes an alert and then changes to Bluetooth music, ditching the radio and starting a song that I was playing earlier. That’s not user friendly to me The alerts are annoying and distracting, especially when in a group chat and there are loads of messages pinging through. I just plug mine into the USB port and play my music through that or use the 20GB hard drive in the car. Needs better testing and bugs ironing out before I’d consider using it again.


Thanks for posting. (y) Got one from a Halfords not to far from me with 12 months warranty. Really enjoying using it :D Great piece of tech (y) Linking an iPhone X to it and there’s been no problems :D


Can the VW one be amended for other makes

JVC KD-R881BT Car Stereo ( CD, Bluetooth, Front USB+AUX-Input ), £62 from Amazon
Found 7th AprFound 7th Apr
BT hands-free device; BT audio streaming with advanced management and search features (AVRCP 1.5) for up to 5 lights BT audio sources simultaneously; 2 phones parallel One 2.0 for… Read more

i can't understand why so many car stereos have these awfull counter intuitive controls, and so much screen stuff, exactly the opposite of what is needed for a device inside a vehicule


Last time you moaned about no CD player, hard to please (fierce)


It' annoying. These new cars with smart features. You can' even controls fans or temt whilst driving because you have to prod the screen to do it. I prefer dials on some features.


blue tooth and steering stalk compatible at this price, get real u moaners bargain


No Dab radio. I would have voted hot if DAB + radio was there at this price. Recently bought one with both cd and DAB + so know this is not a bargain.

Sony DSX-A300DAB Digital Car Stereo, £58 from Halfords
Found 5th AprFound 5th Apr
Free click and collect. Sony DSX-A300DAB Digital Stereo Extra Info 2 × PreOut Rear/Sub (2V) Android and Iphone playback & codec MP3, WMA, FLAC 55W x 4 high power output … Read more

Ebay sell most interfacing kits.


04 Sable with many more miles and sold the hard top as it’s garaged during the winter. More info here (join the forum if you haven’t already!)


I have one similar to this installed in our Civic. We opted for the DAB version, but when realising we would have liked Bluetooth also - We simply opted for a device like THIS. It fits perfectly in a U-shape from the USB port to Aux right next to it.


Also to note anyone buying this will need to buy an extra aerial for the radio.


I don't use bluetooth for music in the car personally, I use a USB stick like yourself. The only use for the bluetooth on my head unit is for any hands free calls on mobile, incoming calls are routed to speakers and microphone.

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Pioneer MVH-290DAB Car Stereo with FM,DAB/DAB+, Digital Radio Tuner, USB and Aux-In £41.54 used from amazon warehouse
Found 20th MarFound 20th Mar
Used, from amazon warehouse, 20% off at checkout. Front USB and Aux-In iPhone and Android Control and Charge DAB+ Digital Radio Tuner Red and White Illumination FM/AM Radio

They had big open reels of tape, I saw one on a newsreel.


No Bluetooth and no CD, anything else to complain about lol


Lack of Bluetooth is a huge pass. Couple years back was looking for a decent price Bluetooth deck with DAB and without CD player. There wasn't many options


Go back to 1982 to get one.


What’s a CD?

JVC KD - X241 Car Stereo, £28 from Halfords
Found 20th MarFound 20th Mar
Put yourself in the driving seat and enjoy the audio luxury with the JVC KD-X241 - Supporting Android and iPhone users through the front facing USB. Take charge of your music on yo… Read more

No blutooth so no point. Who uses cables these days ?


No cd player either....good deal if you are not bothered by that....I like to have all options,cd, dab and bluetooth which can be had for under £100.




Good for the price but I'd rather spend same money on second hand for Bluetooth. An absolute must imo


No, but this one does.

JBL Playlist Chromecast wireless speaker - refurb 12m warranty - all colours available £80.99 - JBL Car Audio
Found 13th MarFound 13th Mar
Since moving house I have been looking for a speaker for my kitchen/diner. I wanted something that packs enough punch to fill the quite large space, but is clean and unobtrusive, w… Read more
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I can confirm, having recieved my unit that it does not work quite as I would expect. It doenst go quite when you speak to google home, and also you cannot control the volume with voice either - when I ask my home group to turn down, all speakers do, apart from the JBL. If you are using it via the home app, then everything is fine. I am looking at returning mine and just using some monitor speakers with a chromecast audio plugged in.


I've not had any problems had mine a week and it works a dream with chromecast (bubbleUPNP with flac, Google Music) spotify connect, bluetooth. Set up easily using Google Home ( done it twice now, itial to try out and again when I moved it to where it will be located). I bought the refurb which look as if it was just open box only a slight snag in the protective material - which you remove anyway.) It is more base focused ( as per the reviews ). I am on the horribly old firmware 1.21.75965, I take it the reviewer is refering to this:!topic/chromecast/NAeuKNRxhHg I am on the same firmware so it may be a localised issue.


Review on Amazon states "Horribly old and unreliable firmware, that apparently won't get updated."

Sony DSX-A500 DAB Bluetooth Car Stereo, £67.99 from amazon
Found 23rd FebFound 23rd Feb
Also from argos, same price. Connect to a wide range of stations with DAB radio, and easily access the music on your smartphone via Bluetooth and NFC. Product features: iPod … Read more

So's my 17 year old Corolla.


My cheapo Aldi CD/MP3/Bluetooth car radio still going strong after 5 years...


8 track? (y)


It has tape player, what's a CD? 8) (cheeky)


You pays your money and takes your chances. I would price match at John Lewis if I ever saw a bargain on there, although, chances are, they would have a slightly different model number........

AGPtek Car Stereo Bluetooth Receiver with Microphone, Support Aux In, TF Card, USB, No CD players, Remote Control @ Amazon - Sold by Mambate Global and Fulfilled by Amazon - £25.99
Found 19th JanFound 19th Jan
Only one customer reviewed but looks good for the price. Hope it helps someone.
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Cold, cheaper on ebay.


No DAB either!


Overall good device but built it microphone is horrible , can't speak while driving only when parked and quiet inside


Cold personally, it's no different to the Kidcia in terms of spec: and this one is very well reviewed, I've got one myself and it's ideal as a budget option. Plus its a few £ cheaper.


I have the CD player version; it is a generic Chinese design sold by hundreds of different names. They do everything you ask of them better than many branded designs; mine certainly handles USB and flash drive files a lot better than my hideously expensive Clarion. Downside is the cheap and nasty audio output; it sounds thin at best, and if you turn it up, the sound "fades" as it doesnt have the power supply behind it to sustain the lower octaves, or the heatsinks to keep the power transistors cool. If you have a power amp/sub system that accepts high level inputs, then it makes a decent hash of being a "Head" unit, leaving all the power amplification to the sub system.

Bluetooth Car Audio Stereo MP3 Player Radio £12.85 delivered @ gearbest flash sale.
Found 6th JanFound 6th Jan
Digital high-quality FM stereo radio ● Preset 18 stations ( frequency: 87.5-108 MHz ) ● Support USB / SD / MMC card reader ● Support Audio: MP3 / WMA / APE /… Read more
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Just putting it out there I did the same as my car's stereo was very limiting and I wanted something that I would possibly need to reuse in my next car if it came down to it. I came to the exact same conclusion - i bought this Kidcia stereo a few months ago and it's hard to find any real faults. Buttons are stiff and when using the control knob, the details on it turn with it which might annoy some. Otherwise I would definitely purchase it again :)


It says" Bluetooth Specification:V2.0" does this mean the core version of the Bluetooth? Current version of Bluetooth is 5.0 How can they implement an old legacy technology in 2017 device?


Ré 12volt / 24volt comment. Where I bought mine they had 2 versions, 12 volt and 24 volt; assuming gearbeat stock both, make sure you buy the right version. On mine, the USB port was marked as for charging phones etc; if I tried to use it as such, the unit went wonky and shut down - obviously not suitable for devices that want to draw a lot of current when charging.


I had one of these direct from China; it actually works very well, better than my expensive Clarion when it comes to connectivity and reliability; especially the Bluetooth, which connected to everything I threw at it, including older iPhones. The let down is the case material and build, which is very low grade (think Maplin alu hobby case), and the audio output, which "fades" over time if you try to play it loud. IE, you turn the wick up and it goes loud, but over 5-10 minutes it gets quieter. I dont think the output transistors have enough heat sink to keep cool, so they overheat and thermally throttle themselves. The audio quality is also not as good as the Clarion, but most of the time you wouldn't notice because of engine and road noise.


I have this and for me it’s suits it purpose. The Bluetooth connects well and is functional. For music playback the audio quality is worse that the factory fit radio I removed but Bluetooth function was more important so I take that hit. For £12 I can’t complain.

AUKEY Bluetooth Receiver Wireless Audio Music Adapter A2DP with Hands Free Calling and 3.5mm stereo jack for Home and Car Audio System £7.99 Prime Sold by yueying and Fulfilled by Amazon
Found 21st Nov 2017Found 21st Nov 2017
Just ordered this AUKEY bluetooth receiver to listen music from my smartphone to my HiFi system over bluetooth. According to Amazon, it is 53% discount (TBC). Here is the amazon d… Read more
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I'm not audiophile neither. Anybody could hear the issue with my current Bluetooth receiver. But again may be it is an unusual failure with that specific receiver. Actually, I have already a Bluetooth connection in my car (and 3.5mm by the way) but I bought this receiver for my home A/V receiver which is 16 years old and hence don't have any wireless function (except IR remote control). I don't mind for the post! I don't receive any benefit from the dealer and the deal is over.


Ah, sorry to hear that. I'm no audiophile but my set up seems very clear. What I like is its a pass through charger that I would have anyway so isn't cluttering up the car. I had no idea such a thing existed (I don't have a 3.5m port in my car) until someone on here mentioned it and so am just passing on the love....Sorry, not trying to crash your post as certainly if you have the 3.5mm jack in your car a physical connection is going to always be better


I've bought one small xiaomi for less than £10. The sound is rubbish! That's why I've proposed that one as I can't use the xiaomi one. May be this is a lack of chance for mine. But I will not try to send it back to gearbest add it seemed complicated for less than £10.


Hi Jim, I'd suggest you look at one of these; smaller, cheaper, plugs into your car charger, connects using Bluetooth to your phone and then transmits a surprisingly good quality fm signal to your car radio. I bought one and it works well with iPhone.


£12.98 now :(

Bluetooth 3.0 Car Audio Music Receiver with Handsfree Function - 68p **now 61p** delivered w/code @ Rosegal
Found 9th Nov 2017Found 9th Nov 2017
very cheap! ** Use new code DSRGUKBF4 at checkout ** Use must be logged in for code to apply. Support hands free, can connect microphone and support phone calling through … Read more
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Tried it and the Bluetooth side is fine; the weakest link is the male plug into my car's aux in socket. The socket is slacker than Kerry Katona so it loses the signal every time the car hits a bump in the road. Maybe just needs a bit of BluTac to hold it in place.


Thanks ordered. Amazing it’s not out of stock.


Not sure if I need it but at 48p with the updated code I’m sure I MIGHT need it someday!! Heat added.


I would assume that you connect to it, and then your phone or other Bluetooth device streams audio to it. Then the device outputs to whatever is plugged into it e.g car stereo, headphones, sound system etc. It's just a nice way of avoiding extra cables.


Another 48p job, only seemed to have PayPal as an option when using £ as the currency. Anyway cheers, hope it works well :)

7 Inch Bluetooth V2.0 Car Audio MP5 Player with Rear View Camera Kit £36.18 Delivered @ LITB
Found 6th Nov 2017Found 6th Nov 2017
Perfect little upgrade if your car has an older radio, and you are looking for a cheap way to upgrade. Lots of decent features for the price here, Bluetooth Hands free built in, AU… Read more
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To answer my own question, no it won't fit. Older cars like mine have a 55 - 60mm gap. This is 100mm. I went for this instead: Sat nav and Bluetooth were essential for me, the rear view camera was an added bonus.


Bringing up an old thread. Does this fit a standard opening for a car stereo? It's to go in to a Fiat Panda. Does it have a USB import socket? I can't quite see clearly nor does it fully mention this in the features. There is no cigarette socket in a Fiat Panda and I've bought my daughter a dashcam which would run off the USB. I'm OK fitting the stereo but how hard would the rear view camera be to fit? Is it just a matter of running one wire out and making sure it's hidden. If this is not suitable is there anything cheapish (<£100) someone has spotted that has sat nav along with most of the features I need like radio, MP3 and USB? Rear view camera is not essential but would be a bonus.


Anyone know if it would fit a mark 2 Honda crv 2006?


Perfect for my transit van, in which someone chopped everything off at some point lol


Have a look for joying. They do single slots with what looks like an iPad mini clipped on.

7" Touchscreen Car Audio/Video Media Player with reversing Camera, Bluetooth, USB & Mic £38.20 @GearBest
Found 23rd Oct 2017Found 23rd Oct 2017
Features: ● Comes with a rearview camera, support backup parking function. ● Built-in Bluetooth V2.0 hands-free call. ● Adopt 440 x 240 resolution full color… Read more
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If u find one suitable for t5 would u plz give me a shout as well


No sat nav or GPS inlet. It will fit most cars that take double din stereos or have existing double din stereos installed by vehicle manufacturers.


the backs got a gps socketr on? does it have sat nav?


would this be ok in a zafira

burntoast that is their uk site. but depends if you just need a reverse cam and arent interested in changing your radio there are other options. you can just get an independent monitor and reverse cam.

Sony DSX-A200UI Car Stereo now £40 @ Halfords
Found 29th Sep 2017Found 29th Sep 2017
Decent unit - AUX/USB now dropped in price to £40 delivered/C&C Sony DSX-A200UI Car Stereo The Sony DSX-A200UI Car Stereo provides more ways to enjoy our favourite tracks w… Read more
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Who uses these still? Surely a car with a built-in features is cheaper nowadays!


Sony headunits are terrible


Could you plug an external HD into this into the USB and have a massive music selection or is it limited?


Given the number of cars I've seen failing to move out of the way of emergency vehicles over the last 6 months I'm sure you're right. Pitch black the other night and it took ages for the car in front to notice, they even overtook the vehicle in front of them that was stopping to let it pass. Then finally panic and they slam on the brakes causing the ambulance to have to do the same. Like France we should ban headphones for drivers and cyclists etc.


Well said. This made my day!

Double DIN Car Stereo Sony £54.99 @ Argos
Found 12th Sep 2017Found 12th Sep 2017
Get more from every track. Connect up your iPod, MP3 player or smartphone using the USB or AUX inputs. The WX-800UI instantly enhances your music to near CD quality, thanks to its … Read more

cheers to those who advised, managed to get one fitted in ten mins and it's super


Having thought I'd missed out on these, I re-checked and found one locally. Fitted in 2 mins and is completely amazing for the money. Proper iPhone/Android control, streams Deezer, etc. Very happy! Thanks O/P!


Hot depending on who you are. I have a single din sony bluetooth unit, i have connected my phone a couple of times to play music from it but then you need to charge your phone and sometimes mess about with settings. I am on pay as you so streaming is out of the question. I rarely get calls when im driving and if i do i just wait and pull over. If you have friends in the car that want to play music then it can be usefull to have bt, but aux is even simpler. Plus i find my driving standards suffer when others are messing about playing music in my car. A small 16gb usb stick is what i find most useful for just listening to music in car. So if your like me this would be fine.


In car phone chargers are pretty cheap though. And the cost of getting caught answering your phone in the car is a lot more than the price difference of a bluetooth stereo.....


Except that the B/T model is twice the price - and won't charge your phone at the same time

Pioneer MVH-190UB Car Stereo £39 at Halfords, Free C&C
Found 14th Aug 2017Found 14th Aug 2017
I'm in the market for a cheap head-unit & speaker set. Found this Pioneer at £39 with Halfords. Best price I can find! Free C & C. Never been below 45 with Amazon (they … Read more
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I knew BMW's were a bit luxurious but warning bongs? Really? Surely that encourages driving under the influence?


Via nscexpert...if you go into the mask module, there is a setting for the pdc levels going from min1-3 to doesnt seperate back/fronts mind, just a overall setting but worth a play. My amp gains are about mid way and i've set it to min2, quite low really, but there is a nice little setting to auto mute the music as soon as pdc is in range, auto un-mute when out of range...this itself may be a good work around for you if you dont want to mess with anything else in your setup. You could also try amping the rear speakers to just to level out your speaker outputs maybe tbh i wanted the ms8 but was just going for more then i wanted to spend, with ms2 ive just chopped the cigy wiring and hard wired it so hopefully will never just drop out..its only rigged for me aux input...not bad for few minor eq tweaks/£15


I actually have the opposite problem with the reversing sensors, can't hear them over music when it's cranked up :-D the volume is adjustable in the HU (between 1-5 IIRC) and don't change with main music volume. I guess it depends where you set the gains though. I tried the ms2 and it did work quite well at bringing the stage up into the windscreen but it crashed a few times blasting full volume dial-up tones at me so I ditched it :-\


Recode to 'hifi' auto changes output to the flatter full range and looses the massive bass and treble with default eq.Can even code 'loudness' out to drop EQ further flatter....just lets amp do the work (high/low freqeuency settings still enough to not warrant a DSP for most) If you dont code it and just run a amp, things like parking sensor volume, warning bongs etc are just going to be amped to silly levels when you crank up gains for the speakers. Coding to HIFI will drop this and further coding to PDC and warning levels should be tweaked too - keeps gain levels for sounds up, but also levelises the default warning/parking sounds back down. Try it out....the difference in quality is so much better/cleaner. :p Gladen(or equiv) looms are just plug & play and a clean (lazy) way of doing it. Agreed its a bit of knock at £80 but hassle free if you dont have a high level input amp, just saves faffing with convertors and running wires Tweets are deffo a must if dont have them (tbh, best upgrade you can do on base systems)...mids/tweets, well i flipped mine for aftermarket...but oem can take some amping...underseats are a bit underated, decent amping gives these a nice tone (not back shaking or anything, just clean bass)...boot subs the only way to go Woulnt say no to the MS8 use a ms2 on aux inputs XD


I am interested as if i can plug in my android phone via USB and tehn select play tracks on the phone that will then play through the headunit, i know this is possible with a normal AUX 3.5m cable but can it also be done through the usb cable, or do I then have to select my tracks I wan to listen to through the headunit?

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