I replaced my existing JVC head unit with this today. It is about half the size of CD head units which is nice. Removed old head unit using metal grips, disconnected aerial, speaker and power connectors. Removed old holding cage and replaced with the new one. Slid the Sony unit in, popped the edge block on and put the face panel on. Took about 15 minutes and then spent another hour playing around with it. I'm happy with it so far and am going to dig out my iPod which has lots of albums on as you can have 2 bluetooth devices connected to it at the same time.
Use to use the Bluetooth everyday when travel to work, It was clear and precise, no one complained from the other callers about not hearing me, so I assume it was good. I fitted the stereo myself, just swap the red wire on to the yellow wire ( switch, to always on, this was the easiest way, but you stereo will still be powered on, when ignition is off. You will need a separate switch wire going to the fuse if you want stereo to be off with ignition, or just get Halford to fit it
Thanks for the review. How good is the microphone in it for voice calls?
I think your just as well off keeping an eye on there main site, I bought This a few weeks back for 60 quid, At the time a never realised it was such a good deal
I've just tried it again and it accepted it fine. Maybe clear your cookies and internet cache and try again. Use a different browser perhaps.