Pros The blue box gives speakers a power boost. Remote control has volume control and many settings. Paired iPhone first try; downloaded contacts ia snap. Calls clear once volume adjusted; remote has intuitive feel and display is bright.
Cons Spent $193 for kit (+ lots of time researching the unit), $100 for pro install and $35 for a QCSUB 1MK: so total $328 in the car.Documentation is minimal and translated into english.Menus have quirks but play button generally gets you out of trouble.
Summary I plugged in my iPhone with the aux-in multi input (Apple 14pin, RCA, and USB connections) cable provided (tucked into the center console box) and it automatically sync'ed my playlists and tunes, and started playing my current playlist immediately. My stereo (factory head unit 6 CD 6 Spkr P-201UH) never sounded better. I have been wanting to stream my iPhone since I got it last year, only to find that my car manufacturer had chosen to outfit my car with a stereo head unit and no aux-in plug. I'm looking forward to the 3.0 OS upgrade for the iPhone to allow me to stream wirelessly. It was worth waiting for an interface that really works with iPhone and my Outback XT.
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