Viper 5904 - Viper 5904 Responder HD SuperCode SST 2-Way
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Antonia - a3izHGmupE (Saturday, November 14, 2015)
iPod Controls are nice. I would like it to be more like a dock so I can select my songs from the iPod it's self. Sound qiulaty is really nice. It actually sounds better than the factory radio with the factory speakers. Sub woofer output sounds good. Well balance of sound with the sub woofers and the factory speakers. The screen is nice, because it will read out the details of the track/audio file that is being played. You can select songs from the radio its self. Tuner works nice. Over all, it was very easy to install. Be sure to buy the wiring harness, because it makes things a lot easier. Be sure to buy your din kit if you need one. Over all, replacing the factory radio, and buying the din kit and wiring harness cost me only $100.00 with free shipping. It probably took a good hour to install. Could take less, or more depending on your vehicle. Installed in a 1997 Dodge Stratus. I'm 17 and I figured it out. I strongly advise you to do research on how to install on your specific car. If you do not feel comfortable installing this yourself, seek professional help such as Best Buy Geek Squad. They charge around $60.00 for install. I did it my self to save some money.
Hiromi - KmvXAJE5Gc (Sunday, September 20, 2015)
Good, but confusing douiemntatcon.out of 5 starsI bought this car stereo to replace my old Kenwood car stereo. The big draw to it was the iPod connectivity, and frankly, that's the main reason I bought it. I was stuck with Kenwood because I already had the Kenwood Sirius module, and didn't want to go through the hassle of getting a new one for a different brand.Pros:*Good sound quality, bright display*When the iPod connectivity finally worked, it worked very well.Cons:*I had a 4th gen, black and white, 20gb iPod, which is what I was intending to use with this product. I had the radio professionally installed so I could be sure everything was working correctly. When I plugged the iPod in for the first time, the stereo wouldn't play it. I read the instruction manual, and it referred me online to see which models were compatible. I went online and got a really confusing flow chart that showed the 4th gen wouldn't play, but a 5th gen (first with video) would. I sold my old iPod to a friend, and bought a used 5th gen iPod online. When it got here, it played, but only in shuffle. I called Kenwood this time and explained the situation. They told me that the 5th gen iPods will ONLY play in shuffle. I had to send that iPod back to the seller, got a refund and bought a brand new 120gb iPod classic. THAT iPod finally worked and was fully supported and I still use it to this day.*The menus are a little tough to navigate, but it's a lot like my old radio, so I was already kind of used to it.*Occasionally, when I turn on my car, the radio doesn't immediately turn on too. This could be a wiring problem or something, but again, I had this radio professionally installed, so I don't know. It usually turns on in under a minute, and it doesn't do it all the time, so it's just a minor annoyance.Summary:It's a good radio for the money, and if you have a SUPPORTED IPOD, it's great. Please though, make sure yours is supported if that's why you're buying this radio, otherwise, you're going to be in for a real disappointment.