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migavupe19th Jan

Because I have about a billion cds and no time to rip them.its not an …Because I have about a billion cds and no time to rip them.its not an argument about what format you use but the fact that most have a CD player and this doesn’t, just making it clear.


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: amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1 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.
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chrissatchell23 h, 9 m ago

Oddly I've done a lot of research on cheap stereos and I've found it's …Oddly I've done a lot of research on cheap stereos and I've found it's worth paying a little more and picking up one of the Kidcia ones on Amazon, they're usually around £20 (sometimes below, sometimes above) but they're rated quite well for a cheapo, link here if anyone is interested: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B06XRDWB1W/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o03_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1


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.
ceanth2 h, 27 m ago

Is this any good? Looking for a radio to stream Bluetooth from my phone …Is this any good? Looking for a radio to stream Bluetooth from my phone (Spotify)



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
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villageidiotdan1 h, 37 m ago

Ah, sorry to hear that. I'm no audiophile but my set up seems very clear. …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'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.
thomaslediouron4 h, 17 m ago

I've bought one small xiaomi for less than £10. The sound is rubbish! …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.


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
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villageidiotdan2 h, 22 m ago

Hi Jim, I'd suggest you look at one of these; smaller, cheaper, plugs into …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.https://m.gearbest.com/car-charger/pp_642449.html?utm_source=email_sys&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=shipping




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.
jimbob20105 h, 23 m ago

Thanks anyone know if this can be done on iPhone?


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.

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Bluetooth 3.0 Car Audio Music Receiver with Handsfree Function - 68p **now 61p** delivered w/code @ Rosegal
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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!!
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soldierboy0013 h, 57 m ago

Will someone please answer the question what does this do and how do you …Will someone please answer the question what does this do and how do you use it?


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.
32562075-suFsL.jpgAnother 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
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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: ebay.co.uk/itm…399


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?
HamanBasher6th Nov

just a warning that lots of these cheapies come without iso looms meaning …just a warning that lots of these cheapies come without iso looms meaning you have to chop up your cars wiring.


Perfect for my transit van, in which someone chopped everything off at some point lol
HereKittyKitty6th Nov

Look at the bottom left of the first pic. It comes with EXPLPRERI'm …Look at the bottom left of the first pic. It comes with EXPLPRERI'm looking for something similar to give as a gift, but less quirky. The recipient has a single bay radio. Any recommendations?

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
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jenmumof523rd Oct

I'd love one of these for my vw T5. But no idea whatsoever of where to …I'd love one of these for my vw T5. But no idea whatsoever of where to start. Halfords turned an £80 unit into a £300 spend so I walked out.If I got something like this, how do you get the facia plate to fit?

If u find one suitable for t5 would u plz give me a shout as well
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Gavin0111 h, 50 m ago

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

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
c_1st24th Oct

Hi, Are you referring to a better reversing camera and screen option - as …Hi, Are you referring to a better reversing camera and screen option - as I need one for my long van?If yes, could you please post a link to the Pumpkin system you mentioned.Thanks



autopumpkin.co.uk/ 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.
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Android Double DIN Head Unit Used £54.39 @ Amazon Warehouse
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Sony DSX-A200UI Car Stereo now £40 @ Halfords
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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?
markweatherill8 h, 31 m ago

I'm sure lots of people these days would instead spend £40 on a nice set …I'm sure lots of people these days would instead spend £40 on a nice set of headphones to wear whilst driving.

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.
commenter141 h, 26 m ago

Yes that is true of any crime. Thanks for that.

Well said. This made my day!
Double DIN Car Stereo Sony £54.99 @ Argos
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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.
fairytooth3 h, 50 m ago

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


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.....
Uridium12th Sep

Worth paying more for one with bluetooth I think.


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
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I knew BMW's were a bit luxurious but warning bongs? Really? Surely that encourages driving under the influence?
jacksonliam14th Aug

Don't do it, head unit part of computer system, car will start complaining …Don't do it, head unit part of computer system, car will start complaining if it's not there and may cause problems if you need BMW to diag or do a software update. Also controls the dash screen, warning bongs and reversing sensor beeps.

jacksonliam13 h, 46 m ago

I actually have the opposite problem with the reversing sensors, can't …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 :-\



Via nscexpert...if you go into the mask module, there is a setting for the pdc levels going from min1-3 to max1-3...it 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
jinsta7 h, 44 m ago

Recode to 'hifi' auto changes output to the flatter full range and looses …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. 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 wiresTweets 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 goWoulnt say no to the MS8 mind....do use a ms2 on aux inputs


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 :-\
jacksonliam14th Aug

If you're not changing the speakers and installing tweeters you're wasting …If you're not changing the speakers and installing tweeters you're wasting your money IMO. Yes if you want to spend a bunch of cash for the best possible setup recode to hifi then using the differential inputs into an audio processor like JBL MS8 then into an amp but all that really does is give you a clean signal. Even recoded to hifi the HU is still doing EQ on the signal... Personally I don't have a problem with the EQ of the business radio without a DSP. And the gladen loom is just an expensive way to avoid tapping into the speaker cables ;-)My way gets you 90% there for 1/3 of the cost! You could recode to hifi and add the DSP later if you felt like it was needed!



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.

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 mind....do use a ms2 on aux inputs
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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did anyone buy this, still no reviews for it on amazon lol
khimbar117 h, 47 m ago

How hard would that be, I've just bought one for a similar purpose.

Not too hard as I've set up in my bathroom with speakers in the ceiling
Ah man needed this for my Bentley
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JVC KW-M730BT Double Din 6.8" Car Stereo with CarPlay £289 @ Halfords
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Seems like a decent price, cheapest I can see. Been eyeing it up for a few weeks, just bit the bullet with this nice £40 off!
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I would agree totally on pretty much all of the comments when talking … I would agree totally on pretty much all of the comments when talking about the old Android headunits..they were generally shocking quality, terrible to use and poor quality.the newer Intel based units though are a big step up, Pumpkin also provide decent support with a dedicated support forum.I agree though, the two really shouldn't be compared I was just pointing out that the Pumpkin units are an 'alternative' as personally after trying an android auto unit I found the lack of apps support a little limiting right now. It will improve though I'm sure.


Painfully slow progress from apple, at least pumpkin are improving their hardware and it does have a volume knob!
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BIG difference between a pumpkin running off 'Android' and a JVC running … BIG difference between a pumpkin running off 'Android' and a JVC running 'Android Auto'. Pumpkin is a bodge job shortcut to add functionality. Not to be confused with a branded high quality unit compatible with Android auto, specifically designed by Google to be used in cars. The features and hardware you get on a pumpkin will be cheap, glitchy, frustrating to use and short lived. Car play and android auto units update as you update your phone because they run off your phone and are far more future proof and supported and upgraded directly by Google and Apple. The pumpkin will be poorly supported by whoever made it or sells it for as long as they can be bothered.Try before you buy, try both, in a car before you buy.



I would agree totally on pretty much all of the comments when talking about the old Android headunits..they were generally shocking quality, terrible to use and poor quality.
the newer Intel based units though are a big step up, Pumpkin also provide decent support with a dedicated support forum.
I agree though, the two really shouldn't be compared I was just pointing out that the Pumpkin units are an 'alternative' as personally after trying an android auto unit I found the lack of apps support a little limiting right now. It will improve though I'm sure.
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The one i posted from Amazon runs a full Android install, its compatible … The one i posted from Amazon runs a full Android install, its compatible with any android app. I have TomTom and Google Maps for navigation, Spotify, Google Play music and Amazon for Music etc...


BIG difference between a pumpkin running off 'Android' and a JVC running 'Android Auto'. Pumpkin is a bodge job shortcut to add functionality. Not to be confused with a branded high quality unit compatible with Android auto, specifically designed by Google to be used in cars. The features and hardware you get on a pumpkin will be cheap, glitchy, frustrating to use and short lived. Car play and android auto units update as you update your phone because they run off your phone and are far more future proof and supported and upgraded directly by Google and Apple. The pumpkin will be poorly supported by whoever made it or sells it for as long as they can be bothered.
Try before you buy, try both, in a car before you buy.
Savvy1

Any units that are compatible with Google maps?


This one but only if you use it with a compatible Android phone. This activates android auto and runs Google maps from the phone, controlled by the unit.
Savvy1

Any units that are compatible with Google maps?



The one i posted from Amazon runs a full Android install, its compatible with any android app. I have TomTom and Google Maps for navigation, Spotify, Google Play music and Amazon for Music etc...
In Phase XT52II 200W 13cm 5.25" 2-way car speakers £18.50 delivered @ Car Audio Centre
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This seems like a really great price for some decent speakers, they have 5 x 5* reviews. Just ordered a pair for the front of my Clio V6. Gotta be much better than the cheap paper … Read more
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I tried fitting them but they do not fit in my car, they are too deep

I did plug one of them in and tbh the sound wasn't great and lacked bass - just going to run and hide in a corner somewhere now
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Mine arrived today, look good to me. Will hopefully be installing later … Mine arrived today, look good to me. Will hopefully be installing later today, so will let you guys know how they are.



​Any update on the speakers?
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JPS2nd Jun

Mine arrived today, look good to me. Will hopefully be installing later …Mine arrived today, look good to me. Will hopefully be installing later today, so will let you guys know how they are.



Did you fit them? Any feedback?

Mine have just arrived, but I won't get a chance to install them for a bit.

I'm really intrigued, as there seems to be so much general negativity towards both the company and products. The way I'm looking at it is, that the product I chose to order has been delivered, it turned up quickly and it was cheap!

At the end of the day, they were under £20. I wasn't trying to buy £200 Alpine speakers only to be fobbed off with something else. They're 13cm speakers that are going to be fitted to the rattly old interior in my car. I'm not really expecting to be astonished by how amazing they sound, or going to compare them to a high-end Hi-Fi installation. Can they really be THAT bad!?

Oh, and as I mentioned in an earlier post - I'm intending to fit them in an Impreza, so anything I fit is always going to be acoustically compromised by the boxer burble from the exhaust, (even though I've got two silencers on it - too old for "silly loud" these days!).
I would completely avoid, poor quality and the company is terrible, I had to instigate court action to sort things out, they threatened me with defamation for leaving honest reviews too.
Kenwood KDC-BT700DAB Bluetooth DAB+ Car Stereo £85 @ Halfords
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Its basically the same design, but without the CD or DAB radio. I usually use it to play MP3s from a USB drive. There is also an Android app which plays from my phone via Bluetooth.

I bought the fitting accessories from the ebay shop for Bass Junkies. They cost £59 for the various wiring and fascia adaptors to connect it to a Mondeo, including to the steering wheel remote controls. stores.ebay.co.uk/Bas…014 I started pricing up how much it would have been to get everything from Halfords, but when they quoted £20 for an ISO adaptor that is £5 on eBay, I stopped.

It took me a couple of hours to fit it, following instructions on youtube videos. Apart from some Torx screwdriver bits, it didn't take any specialist tools. It was a bit fiddly to thread the wire for the hands free microphone around the back of the dashboard to fit it near the sun visor.

I don't particularly like the feel of buttons on the head unit, but its connected to the steering wheel remote controls, and I don't have to use the ones on the head unit much.
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Free fitting??



Are you joking?? There isn't a single place that would fit a stereo for free
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Pioneer MVH-AV290BT Car stereo fully fitted bundle £199 @ Halfords 0% finance available
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Pioneer MVH-AV290BT Car Stereo Affordable in-car entertainment the Pioneer MVH-AV290BT Car Stereo will allow you to enjoy all of your favourite content on a large 6.2” Clear Type … Read more
maybe the heater was broken..
I had this installed in my old Seat Leon and it was freezing all the time.
Don't get me wrong it was a nice system (when it was working) but after replacing it with another unit new one started to behave in the same way. Returned and got Pioneer AVH-X7700BT instead (no problems after nearly a year of use).
Kenwood KMM-BT302 Car Stereo with Bluetooth / USB / AUX £55 @ Halfords
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Found 21st Mar 2017Found 21st Mar 2017
Good Price for a car stereo with Bluetooth, got good reviews on halfords and amazon page Copied from there website - Kenwood KMM-BT302 Car Stereo The Kenwood KMM-BT302 Car Ste… Read more
somy69pk

​its 2006 reg.



​No it won't unless you buy the facia as well which was about £40 last time I looked.
sb1970

Worked for me, just reserved another one this time for £49.50



Same. Got Quidco tracked too. Heat added cheers op.
Fm radio? 1990 called and they want their ICE back
I bought one, with a £59 kit from the Bass Junkies eBay shop stores.ebay.co.uk/Bas…563 for the adaptors for the wiring, aerial, steering wheel remote controls and fascia.
The controls on the stereo feel a bit cheap and wobbly, but with the steering wheel remote, I won't need to use them much.
Worked for me, just reserved another one this time for £49.50
Pioneer MVH-390BT Bluetooth / USB / AUX Car Stereo £67.50 @ Halfords
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Found 6th Mar 2017Found 6th Mar 2017
Already discounted to £75 and then use code "STEREO10" to get the price of £67.50 You also get a £10 voucher which you can use in a few weeks time.
Good price, but for anyone after one, have a look instore as you can often get ex display / end of line for less that £50 if your lucks in.
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Pioneer MVH-390BT Bluetooth Car Stereo

Enjoy your favourite music whilst on the move with the Pioneer MVH-390BT Bluetooth Car Stereo. Connect your smartphone or USB stick via Bluetooth, the front USB or the AUX-in to access your favourite tunes or use the D4Q digital FM/AM tuner to tune into all of the best radio stations. A Spotify source allows you to play and control your entire music collection easily. The built-in amplifiers provide 4 x 50W of MOSFET power.
Pioneer MVH-390BT Bluetooth Car Stereo Extra Info

Music Browser
Short Chassis
Protective Case for Front Panel
External Bluetooth microphone included
1-DIN
Maximum power input MOSFET 50W x 4
Tuner RDS FM/AM Tuner (24 preset stations)
Plays Via USB:
MP3, WMA, and WAV audio files
Bluetooth audio
Other music devices via the front Aux-in
Bluetooth
Front Panel Fully detachable
Button Illumination - Red
Remote Control Steering Wheel Remote Input
Power Save Mode
Edited by: "RHodgett" 6th Mar 2017
Pioneer car stereo with Dab+, USB, Spotify & bluetooth £98.10 with code @ Halfords
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Found 5th Mar 2017Found 5th Mar 2017
Quality pioneer car stereo. Use code STEREO10 to get a further 10% off. Price is on sale at £109 - 10% = £98.10 Plus get a £10 voucher for any spend over £50! Don't get a £200 f… Read more
fishmaster

​I've got a Mitsubishi FTO, I still haven't put a radio in it, this would … ​I've got a Mitsubishi FTO, I still haven't put a radio in it, this would do fine for me



​I've always liked the look of those, there's a couple I spy the odd time locally
Bilbo1968

Biggest danger is people texting whilst driving - the amount of people I … Biggest danger is people texting whilst driving - the amount of people I see on a daily basis who are trying to text while hiding their phone in their lap is unbelievable.You only have to look for the one's who's eyes are flicking from windscreen to their lap every few seconds - so damn dangerous.



​I've witnessed some complete asshat using Tinder at the wheel, they then tried to double park me into the space I was trying to leave AND parked in the zig zag area of a pedestrian crossing. They're out there and they're driving large pieces of metal that can kill other people...
Poppydog

Probably a stupid query, but I'm intrigued and genuinely curious, by the … Probably a stupid query, but I'm intrigued and genuinely curious, by the place of individual car stereos, like this, in modern-day cars (with their moulded dashboards and facias, hidden electronics and remote controls etc.) Is it purely for older cars or a simple transition?



​I've got a Mitsubishi FTO, I still haven't put a radio in it, this would do fine for me
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Rhythmeister

Some of us were taught to engage in conversation whilst driving...

Rhythmeister

...so I'd consider talking without holding a device equally as safe as … ...so I'd consider talking without holding a device equally as safe as talking to the person beside me!



​It's not part of my job, no, but I had a brilliant instructor who trained me very well I think. I SUPPOSE if the voice beside/ behind you/ coming out of your speakers gave you some devastating news it wouldn't help your concentration but we must all rise to the challenge of using a shared space properly! I would've had this unit for my 20 year old Legacy if the volume button was on the correct side; damn these LHD markets
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