Car Radio Audio 1din Bluetooth Stereo MP3 Player FM Receiver 60Wx4 With Colorful Lights AUX/USB/TF
- Multifunction Bluetooth Vehicle MP3 Player
- Product specification:
- Built-in Bluetooth + Microphone
- Support hands-free calls.
- Support advanced audio transmission mode.
- Support the clock indicating while power is off.
- High-quality digital stereo FM radio
- Support three-band radio store FM1-FM2-FM3, and can preset 18 radio stations. (Radio frequency: 87.5-108MHz)
- Support USB/TF card reader
- Support audio: MP3/WMA/WAV formats and so on.
- Support folder play function
- Work Voltage: DC12V
- Brand Name: SINOVCLE
- Origin: Mainland China
- Display Size: 2.5″
- Resolution: 256*186
- OSD Language: English
- Out Power: 60W*4
- Material Type: Plastic/Metal/Electric
- Voltage: 12V
- Certification: CE
- Special Features: Radio Tuner
- Item Size: 188*85*60
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Alex Z –
easy to install, nice clear sound when the correct settings are used, but it does feel like a piece of [email protected] and to be honest, it wont win any prizes for its looks either, but who cares, it is cheap and i can bluetooth my music from my phone now, so that a win for me!
Jeff F –
Bought to replace a vintage radio in my 1969 MG Midget…. I wanted something a bit more modern with digital FM tracking as fiddling with the knob to retune the old analogue radio every few miles was getting very tedious. I saw this radio which has Bluetooth, handsfree and had decent reviews so for 20 quid I took a punt.
Fitting was easy, although the connector blocks supplied are cheap and nasty and the switched and permanent live wires are disconcertingly thin. Hopefully they’re safe but I was surprised. All it needs is the two lives, a cable to earth (somewhere on the bodywork) and an aerial. Oh and up to 4 speakers.
I’ve only listened to it in my garage and it picked up radio 1 and 4 loud and clear. No other stations but I put that down to my old aerial and it being inside the garage.
The radio is very lightweight and feels quite flimsy. The absence of any logo on the front makes it look cheap and nasty but oddly makes it more befitting in a classic car where a big Alpine or Kenwood logo would look very out of place. The bright blue lights in it are annoying and not exactly inkeeping with a 60s interior but in daylight you don’t notice them much, and in the dark well, I tend not to drive but I’m sure if I do they will be a bit annoying and distracting in comparison with the dull lighting of the rest of the old dash.
The radio is not very deep which surprised me initially but this was really beneficial in trying to fit it in such a tiny old car with a very shallow dash. I put it’s small size down to the lack of a CD player which is perfect as I never listen to them anyway. I can use my phone via the Bluetooth which by the way connected first time and worked fine. The handsfree also worked fine when I used it to call my house phone, although it did just go to answerphone so I have not tested out the mic on an actual phonecall yet. My suspicion will be that it’s not very good but that’s as much to do with the very noisy old car, than it is the radios fault.
Tracey H. –
This is a great way of installing Bluetooth in to your car for very little money. The remote control is a waste of time though as it keeps slipping around the steering wheel. I cable tied it which helped but put deep marks in to the steering wheel. It was then that I noticed that the remote had to be on the radio side of the steering wheel for it to work properly, but you then have to have it upside down. Unless you have a left hand drive. Oh and I haven’t got a permanent live, so I have to tune the radio in every time I start the car. Still worth the money though to be fair 👍🏼
Rich Moog –
My work van came with a rather expensive car stereo that was loud and clear by it kept losing my phone via Bluetooth! After 6 months I finally snapped and dragged the thing out. I replaced it with this absolute bargain of which I was only expecting the basics … BUT WOW! The sound is superb! I work with audio and dang this is clear! It’s a good loudness too and I haven’t had one problem with the Bluetooth one but.
It’s ever so easy to install as the wiring matched my old Vauxhall Combo van.
I highly recommend this for the very low price. Yes it’s a slightly cheap build but it seems solid enough! 11/10.
Dusan P. –
Bought this radio for my uncle who drives van and it’s always on the road. Wasn’t expecting much for the price but seems he’s very happy with it. It serves him well. This review is after 1 year of use and the radio still works and serves him. He’s very happy with it. The remote is actually very good and easy to put on the steering wheel. Once you put the holder you can take the remote out if you want and put it back to use while you drive. You have 6 colours to choose from. So if you get bored with green then turn it on red and so on. It’s actually very good radio for the money. I recommend this product.