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Member #150749

Member Since: September 11, 2010

Country: United States

  • A breeze to solder if your experienced, but would def suggest getting some heat sink compound, as the unit gets quite warm even with said compound. Also consider some big ole caps or a regulated power supply, as problems did arise when I hooked it up to my '81 BMW with questionable circuitry. Engine noise was passed through and amplified, but luckily did not damage the unit. Also pwm noise from the TLC's that run my interior lights was amplified. This is no high end head unit, and the base isn't great. But for the price I'm very pleased. Loud enough to drive a pair of car speakers at a good volume and clarity, even on the highway with the windows down. Would love to see a dual pot included, but they are easily acquired elsewhere.

No public wish lists :(