I don't have a review for this particular module, but I have owned a few other similar Boss model DVD, etc. head units/receivers. The biggest thing I have to say, which in my opinion applies to all car audio equipment, is do your research.
There are usually reasons for such a big price difference between models with similar functions. You know that saying, "you get what you pay for," is true most of the time, but it's still possible to find good deals. Anyways, the functions and overall performance of the unit I had were excellent considering the low cost. My advice is research.
Read reviews (not just Sonic, but surf the web, check out forums, talk with knowledgeable friends, whatever helps you gain the most satisfactory information towards your purchase.) Be patient, too. Sonic always has great deals whether it is Today's Special or holiday discounts, etc. If you buy something that you don't understand, in my experience, it can lead to a lot of frustration, especially when expectations are high in your completion of your car audio project/upgrades!
Just wanted to put that out there for anyone that is newer to car electronics or who's wondering about giving up on that perfect system. REMEMBER: knowledge is key to knowing what you're purchasing.
P.S. Sonic Electronix's call center is staffed with car audio experts who can answer your questions or concerns that no one else can seem to help you out with. And please, if you're one of the individuals that enjoy leaving reviews on products, but don't understand even the technical basics of car electronics, I ask you to leave your review on what you understand and know of the product, leave out the more technical explanations that can deter someone from a product simply because of misunderstood functions of that unit. Thanks for reading, if you took the time to skim through. : ) And pass the advice for the next novice car audio enthusist.
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