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Customer Review Summary for Pyle PLDN73I
Average Customer Rating is 3.4 out of 5 stars:
3.4
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December 1, 2011 So Far So Good
Review by
Ronny from Whittier, CA
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Well this is the first time i've purchased anything made by pyle, and as it stands i'm fairly happy with it. Now i've been into car audio since 1998, so when i tell you i know what i'm talking about i want to understand i do. The two issues i have with this product is it's misleading menu. Ie the options for "tv" and "bluetooth" there is no ant jack for tv not a big deal it's just weird the option would be there. And the bluetooth it just seems that they forgot to put in even though it's made clear in the product description that bluetooth is never listed. The second issue that i have is it's completely unintelligible manual. I mean holy crap! You would think someone would try to make this thing make some sort of sense. And there are wires on the back that are never explained i don't know what they're for i would like to know.

But all that aside and trust me i put that aside or i would have shipped it right back to SonicElectronix and asked for a refund. I am surprisingly satisfied with the quality of sound that this unit puts out. With some tweets of course. Oh one more thing the fm antenna input is very hard to get connected and even then barely gets a signal, but i have a scion xb and those cars have in glass antennas anyways. And i didn't buy a dvd player with ipod and aux jack and sd card slot to listen to the radio. It's just a thought. One quick tip access the set up menu and disable the loud function. It kinda makes it sound like you're over powering the speakers at low volume like the impedance is wrong or something. So just disable that and forget it's there. Kind of like they did with the bluetooth.
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