• Car Stereo Head Unit Receiver - Premium In Dash AM/FM-MPX Tuning Media Radio with MP3 Playback, LCD Display & Preset Station Memory - USB, SD & Aux Inputs - Remote Control Included - Pyle PLR34M
Car Stereo Head Unit Receiver - Premium In Dash AM/FM-MPX Tuning Media Radio with MP3 Playback, LCD Display & Preset Station Memory - USB, SD & Aux Inputs - Remote Control Included - Pyle PLR34M

Car Stereo Head Unit Receiver - Premium In Dash AM/FM-MPX Tuning Media Radio with MP3 Playback, LCD Display & Preset Station Memory - USB, SD & Aux Inputs - Remote Control Included - Pyle PLR34M

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  • EASILY CONNECT DEVICES: The car entertainment system features one set each of RCA A/V inputs, Aux input connector jack & blue button illumination controls. It also has an SD memory card & USB flash drive readers to connect your smart devices
  • DUAL BAND RADIO: The head unit receiver makes listening to news or enjoying music simpler. It features an AM/FM radio with 30 presets, giving you a wide variety of soundtrack options to choose from during travel
  • PREMIUM WATTAGE: This premium head unit receiver features 4 x 60 watts power output & measures 7''W x 4.72''D x 1.96''H. It also includes seek & scan function, rotary tuning, as well as volume and tone control
  • EASY SONG TRACKING: The dot matrix white LCD display makes song or radio channel tracking easier and faster. The MP3 & WMA music playback allows you to play your favorite songs while on the road
  • REMOTE CONTROL INCLUDED: Keep your eyes on the road while smoothly setting your background music. A full function remote control is included to make head unit receiver operation simpler & easier

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First one failed, 2nd one worked, still a bargain. I bought one of these and installed it just fine. But after about 3 months it started turning itself "off" on long trips..it wasn't really off, though, because it would power back on and continue playing after 5 to 10 minutes. Then it started doing it on short trips. Then it wouldn't power back on ever. I think a weak component was overheating (in winter) and then burnt out. Disconnected the battery to reset it before it died, but nothing helped. So I shopped around more and still decided that dang it, this unit was exactly what I needed. The cost of 2 units is still less than any comparable unit (and the warranty costs / shipping make the warrantly no more attractive than buying another one) so I bought another one. Advantage: it plugged right in obviously to the existing connections. The 2nd one has worked flawlessly for many months now. Even with the failed one, it's still a bargain because it had exactly the features I needed. I assume once they fix their quality control issues the price will go up. I wish the "Next Song" button on the unit itself was bigger, but there's not much else I would change about it. 4NOT WORTH PURCHASE The adage goes "you get what you pay for" and this is definitely the case with this receiver.Now let me begin by saying that this radio is pretty nice for the price, it has good sound quality, a nice look (if a bit plasticy), decent radio reception and is the easiest install you could hope to find.However, that's where the good things end.As others have mentioned in reviews, the unit is very likely to smoke a little upon first use. I have no idea why it smokes or what it is that's actually burning, but at least in my case it stopped after a minute (while I was frantically looking around inside my dashboard trying to make sure my car wasn't on fire) and I haven't had any any further problems with smoke or fire since. So while overall this product may be a fire hazard (depending on who you ask), all it did was give me a good scare.As well the unit itself is quite touchy and needs to be manually turned on and off upon entering/exiting the vehicle otherwise it may not function properly or freeze (this happened to me several times and I had to use the reset button each time to get it to function again at all)The last major problem I have with this unit is that, while it comes with wonderful options such as aux, usb, and sd ports, only the aux port ever functioned properly. Despite my many attempts to use a usb drive or sd card filled with music (which had to be reformatted to be compatible with the unit at all) it only ever plays one song on the whole drive over and over while changing track numbers and making a harsh clicking noise between replays that can't be good for the unit or the speakers. I've tried everything I could think of to make these work but to no avail and I've been trying for over a month now.Overall, I wish I had spent the extra 30 bucks to buy a Kenwood or Pioneer or anything better than this piece of junk. Sure it has good sound quality and I can hook my ipod up successfully, but I wanted a lot more function out of this unit and was sorely disappointed even with not-so-high expectations to begin with. I currently have this unit still in my car, but am planning on replacing it as soon as I can with a better one and taking my losses in stride.BOTTOM LINE: Don't buy this unit! instead dish out the extra 20-30 dollars and get a low end radio from a reliable name brand, trust me you'll be much happier regardless of which path you choose, as long as it's not this one. 2Great replacement for travel trailer. Very reasonably price replacement/upgrade for the travel trailer (TT) which had a radio/single cd player. Not sure how much longer cd players will survive in this world of digital files and miniature massive storage devices. Simple replacement, includes wire harness pigtail, just remove old and wire nut new, 15 minute install. Sound quality seems good, controls take some learning. Never did understand the function of a IR remote in a motor vehicle, especially in smaller one where I could imagine a driver having to pull his arm back away from the unit to use, actual unit controls are more easily used. Remote makes total sense in RV or TT, although relocating unit may be required for the IR to work. Minor complaints, or wish list, are a designated on/off switch and a continuous on clock display. Not worth removing a star when considering price and performance. Very happy with purchase. 5decent radio, fast shipping, simple install. The Radio works fine, memory card reader works great, it is a basic radio. Install was easy and have not experienced any power loss as other reviews stated. Make sure you ground the radio even if your radio wiring harness for vehicle does not have a spot for ground. Does not have cd player for anyone wondering. I installed in a 1500 dodge ram, If you dont have experience installing radios have a professional do it.the wire gage on the radio harness is extremely small in thickness, The 9.99 adapter i bought locally had thicker wire. a bit disappointed in this, but it is for a work truck and for $25 I can get a new one or rerun wires to the harness.only bad is the radio does not like to go under bridges or tunnels, it will get a lot of static. my old radio did not have problems.overall good cheap radio for basic needs. 3Good product overall with some minor critiques The install process for my 2008 Jetta was easy enough on the end of the Pyle. The sound quality is just as good if not better than the factory stereo's quality. Also, the interface is user-friendly and simple. I would suggest making the stability bar on the back easier to install however to make it easier for other types of dashboards. The only other small detail I have is the crampness of the volume roller and next to the "SKIP" or "SEARCH" arrows... nonetheless, its a great product that i hope lasts the rest of my car's lifetime! 5It's ok, but could be much better. What can I say... it's a cheap stereo and it does the trick. It doesn't have any really fancy qualities about it, however the sound quality is decent when paired up to my panasonic 6x8's. The reason I give it a 3 is because I purchased it for use with a USB jump drive, as well as SD card. The USB drive works great, but for some reason music on the SD card skips and chops as if it were a scratched CD. I have tried 3 different SD cards by 3 makers (kingston, PNY, and Microcenter brand). Each had the same result. Overall, this is a great stereo if you're looking for something cheap to listen to music from a USB drive. If you're an audiophile and expect flawless function, this is not for you. 3The sound is better than my old Sony boom box and it looks ... I bought this radio to install in my garage. My old shelf-stereo bit the dust and after doing some research it seemed that the most efficient use of space for me was to buy a cheap car radio, some cheap speakers, a radio housing and mount it under the shelf. Total cost for the radio, speakers, housing, and antenna was $85. The sound is better than my old Sony boom box and it looks nice, too. Not to mention the freed up shelf space. Please note that for this type of install you'll need a 12V power supply. Since it has leads for four speakers I'm planing to purchase another pair of outdoor speakers and mount them on the outside garage wall over my patio. The speakers I used and will be buying for the patio are Pyle PLMR24B 3.5-Inch 200 Watt 3-Way Weather Proof Mini Box Speaker System from here on Amazon. 5AM tuner is garbage! Well the good thing is that it is cheap and "most" everything works OK. The bad part is that the AM radio absolutely sucks. I only listen to AM for local news and talk radio, but this radio must be using an AM tuner from the 1920's inside because god forbid there is anything higher than 6 foot on the side of the road (which means almost everything; like nearby buildings, signs, light posts, tall people, etc) or worse yet, some nearby electrical wire to mess with the AM tuner inside and throw a surge of static through the speakers. Yes I know that overhead electrical interference can play havoc with all AM tuners, but the tuner in this radio is "extra" bad about it. There's a difference between occasional static from high power overhead wiring and constant breakups and surges from the slightest "anything" nearby. If you never listen to AM, this unit is great for price. If you do, then this unit is crap.. 2Gets the job done for your basic needs. Bought the head unit on 2013 for my 98 Mazda Protege, it's still working good. Aesthetically fits well for cars of this era, not flashy at all and not appealing for thieves.I get decent reception both AM and PM, plays mp3s on SD and USB with no issues.Here's my negatives:My biggest issues is that it doesn't tell the time unless you press the "DISP" button, or you turn off the radio. While turned off, the back light is also off so you can't tell the time at night. A big distraction while driving.The clock is stupid fast I corrected the the time three months ago and currently is 5 minutes ahead.The aux is starting to become flimsy, every time I use the aux I've have reinsert in order to hear audio in all my speakers. Also I use the aux, I've to increase the volume in order to hear the music, at the same time I can hear a whirling sound as my engine revs. I Don't know if this a grounding issue or not.It does the job, but if these negatives are not of your liking may need to look something else. Currently looking for a new mechless head unit with Bluetooth capabilities, just saw a review for Blaupunkt Toronto which I'll try and review once it arrives. 3TOTAL GARBAGE. Updated Review UPDATED 8/15/15:Total garbage. The aux jack died. The ONLY thing that I really wanted to work is gone after a little more than a year. The radio never worked, the aux jack died, the USB doesn't play music from iPhone. Worthless. A waste of materials. I got what I paid for, next time I will pay more. Shame on me, don't make the same mistake I did.ORIGINAL:I threw this into my 2004 Wrangler, pretty easy installation. I primarily wanted it so I could listen to music on my phone through the aux jack, and it works great for that. I don't use the remote, it's just silly to even provide that. What keeps me from giving this a 4 star review is the surprisingly poor radio reception. That's not what I really use it for, but sometimes it's nice to check news/weather, and it's usually un-listenable, lots of static, and I live in a 2+ million city so it shouldn't be a problem. I realize it's a very low priced item and I didn't have the highest hopes, but receiving radio signals is a pretty basic requirement. 1
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First one failed, 2nd one worked, still a bargain. I bought one of these and installed it just fine. But after about 3 months it started turning itself "off" on long trips..it wasn't really off, though, because it would power back on and continue playing after 5 to 10 minutes. Then it started doing it on short trips. Then it wouldn't power back on ever. I think a weak component was overheating (in winter) and then burnt out. Disconnected the battery to reset it before it died, but nothing helped. So I shopped around more and still decided that dang it, this unit was exactly what I needed. The cost of 2 units is still less than any comparable unit (and the warranty costs / shipping make the warrantly no more attractive than buying another one) so I bought another one. Advantage: it plugged right in obviously to the existing connections. The 2nd one has worked flawlessly for many months now. Even with the failed one, it's still a bargain because it had exactly the features I needed. I assume once they fix their quality control issues the price will go up. I wish the "Next Song" button on the unit itself was bigger, but there's not much else I would change about it. 4NOT WORTH PURCHASE The adage goes "you get what you pay for" and this is definitely the case with this receiver.Now let me begin by saying that this radio is pretty nice for the price, it has good sound quality, a nice look (if a bit plasticy), decent radio reception and is the easiest install you could hope to find.However, that's where the good things end.As others have mentioned in reviews, the unit is very likely to smoke a little upon first use. I have no idea why it smokes or what it is that's actually burning, but at least in my case it stopped after a minute (while I was frantically looking around inside my dashboard trying to make sure my car wasn't on fire) and I haven't had any any further problems with smoke or fire since. So while overall this product may be a fire hazard (depending on who you ask), all it did was give me a good scare.As well the unit itself is quite touchy and needs to be manually turned on and off upon entering/exiting the vehicle otherwise it may not function properly or freeze (this happened to me several times and I had to use the reset button each time to get it to function again at all)The last major problem I have with this unit is that, while it comes with wonderful options such as aux, usb, and sd ports, only the aux port ever functioned properly. Despite my many attempts to use a usb drive or sd card filled with music (which had to be reformatted to be compatible with the unit at all) it only ever plays one song on the whole drive over and over while changing track numbers and making a harsh clicking noise between replays that can't be good for the unit or the speakers. I've tried everything I could think of to make these work but to no avail and I've been trying for over a month now.Overall, I wish I had spent the extra 30 bucks to buy a Kenwood or Pioneer or anything better than this piece of junk. Sure it has good sound quality and I can hook my ipod up successfully, but I wanted a lot more function out of this unit and was sorely disappointed even with not-so-high expectations to begin with. I currently have this unit still in my car, but am planning on replacing it as soon as I can with a better one and taking my losses in stride.BOTTOM LINE: Don't buy this unit! instead dish out the extra 20-30 dollars and get a low end radio from a reliable name brand, trust me you'll be much happier regardless of which path you choose, as long as it's not this one. 2Great replacement for travel trailer. Very reasonably price replacement/upgrade for the travel trailer (TT) which had a radio/single cd player. Not sure how much longer cd players will survive in this world of digital files and miniature massive storage devices. Simple replacement, includes wire harness pigtail, just remove old and wire nut new, 15 minute install. Sound quality seems good, controls take some learning. Never did understand the function of a IR remote in a motor vehicle, especially in smaller one where I could imagine a driver having to pull his arm back away from the unit to use, actual unit controls are more easily used. Remote makes total sense in RV or TT, although relocating unit may be required for the IR to work. Minor complaints, or wish list, are a designated on/off switch and a continuous on clock display. Not worth removing a star when considering price and performance. Very happy with purchase. 5decent radio, fast shipping, simple install. The Radio works fine, memory card reader works great, it is a basic radio. Install was easy and have not experienced any power loss as other reviews stated. Make sure you ground the radio even if your radio wiring harness for vehicle does not have a spot for ground. Does not have cd player for anyone wondering. I installed in a 1500 dodge ram, If you dont have experience installing radios have a professional do it.the wire gage on the radio harness is extremely small in thickness, The 9.99 adapter i bought locally had thicker wire. a bit disappointed in this, but it is for a work truck and for $25 I can get a new one or rerun wires to the harness.only bad is the radio does not like to go under bridges or tunnels, it will get a lot of static. my old radio did not have problems.overall good cheap radio for basic needs. 3Good product overall with some minor critiques The install process for my 2008 Jetta was easy enough on the end of the Pyle. The sound quality is just as good if not better than the factory stereo's quality. Also, the interface is user-friendly and simple. I would suggest making the stability bar on the back easier to install however to make it easier for other types of dashboards. The only other small detail I have is the crampness of the volume roller and next to the "SKIP" or "SEARCH" arrows... nonetheless, its a great product that i hope lasts the rest of my car's lifetime! 5It's ok, but could be much better. What can I say... it's a cheap stereo and it does the trick. It doesn't have any really fancy qualities about it, however the sound quality is decent when paired up to my panasonic 6x8's. The reason I give it a 3 is because I purchased it for use with a USB jump drive, as well as SD card. The USB drive works great, but for some reason music on the SD card skips and chops as if it were a scratched CD. I have tried 3 different SD cards by 3 makers (kingston, PNY, and Microcenter brand). Each had the same result. Overall, this is a great stereo if you're looking for something cheap to listen to music from a USB drive. If you're an audiophile and expect flawless function, this is not for you. 3The sound is better than my old Sony boom box and it looks ... I bought this radio to install in my garage. My old shelf-stereo bit the dust and after doing some research it seemed that the most efficient use of space for me was to buy a cheap car radio, some cheap speakers, a radio housing and mount it under the shelf. Total cost for the radio, speakers, housing, and antenna was $85. The sound is better than my old Sony boom box and it looks nice, too. Not to mention the freed up shelf space. Please note that for this type of install you'll need a 12V power supply. Since it has leads for four speakers I'm planing to purchase another pair of outdoor speakers and mount them on the outside garage wall over my patio. The speakers I used and will be buying for the patio are Pyle PLMR24B 3.5-Inch 200 Watt 3-Way Weather Proof Mini Box Speaker System from here on Amazon. 5AM tuner is garbage! Well the good thing is that it is cheap and "most" everything works OK. The bad part is that the AM radio absolutely sucks. I only listen to AM for local news and talk radio, but this radio must be using an AM tuner from the 1920's inside because god forbid there is anything higher than 6 foot on the side of the road (which means almost everything; like nearby buildings, signs, light posts, tall people, etc) or worse yet, some nearby electrical wire to mess with the AM tuner inside and throw a surge of static through the speakers. Yes I know that overhead electrical interference can play havoc with all AM tuners, but the tuner in this radio is "extra" bad about it. There's a difference between occasional static from high power overhead wiring and constant breakups and surges from the slightest "anything" nearby. If you never listen to AM, this unit is great for price. If you do, then this unit is crap.. 2Gets the job done for your basic needs. Bought the head unit on 2013 for my 98 Mazda Protege, it's still working good. Aesthetically fits well for cars of this era, not flashy at all and not appealing for thieves.I get decent reception both AM and PM, plays mp3s on SD and USB with no issues.Here's my negatives:My biggest issues is that it doesn't tell the time unless you press the "DISP" button, or you turn off the radio. While turned off, the back light is also off so you can't tell the time at night. A big distraction while driving.The clock is stupid fast I corrected the the time three months ago and currently is 5 minutes ahead.The aux is starting to become flimsy, every time I use the aux I've have reinsert in order to hear audio in all my speakers. Also I use the aux, I've to increase the volume in order to hear the music, at the same time I can hear a whirling sound as my engine revs. I Don't know if this a grounding issue or not.It does the job, but if these negatives are not of your liking may need to look something else. Currently looking for a new mechless head unit with Bluetooth capabilities, just saw a review for Blaupunkt Toronto which I'll try and review once it arrives. 3TOTAL GARBAGE. Updated Review UPDATED 8/15/15:Total garbage. The aux jack died. The ONLY thing that I really wanted to work is gone after a little more than a year. The radio never worked, the aux jack died, the USB doesn't play music from iPhone. Worthless. A waste of materials. I got what I paid for, next time I will pay more. Shame on me, don't make the same mistake I did.ORIGINAL:I threw this into my 2004 Wrangler, pretty easy installation. I primarily wanted it so I could listen to music on my phone through the aux jack, and it works great for that. I don't use the remote, it's just silly to even provide that. What keeps me from giving this a 4 star review is the surprisingly poor radio reception. That's not what I really use it for, but sometimes it's nice to check news/weather, and it's usually un-listenable, lots of static, and I live in a 2+ million city so it shouldn't be a problem. I realize it's a very low priced item and I didn't have the highest hopes, but receiving radio signals is a pretty basic requirement. 1
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