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Moss™ Bluetooth Car Stereo with MP3 WMA Playback Radio USB SD Card MP3 Ipod Aux in NON CD with Remote Control
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- Front Aux input, Aux in - Line in connect any 3.5mm device such as MP3 or MP4 player - iPod - iPhone, Mobile phone etc with MP3 -ID3 tag display
- USB - Connect a Flash drive with your MP3 music with Advanced MP3 search system, Loudness and mute sound control and SD Card - Connect an SD card with your MP3 music. Track skip back or forward&Folder skip back or forward
- 30 Preset stations (18FM&12AM), Equaliser function: Flat/Classic/Rock/Pop, Electronic sound control - Mix Volume\Balance\Fader\Treble\Bass, Anti shock mechanism.
- High Power 4 x 45Watts Max, Rear Subwoofer Output&Rear RCA Output. Fix Face Pannel with Remote Control, Bluetooth Wireless Technology Built-In Mic on front of stereo. Auto antenna activator Panel light Illumination in Blue.
- Package includes 1 X Mp3 Car stereo, 1 x Remote control, ISO Connector and Instruction Manual.
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Brand New 2016 MOSS model is a must for playing media from the current MP3 technology. Loaded with SD Card Reader, USB Slot and a 3.5mm Front Auxiliary Input this is compatible with a host of modern audio storage devices including iPOD, MP3 players, Phones and Flash memory sticks. The M-R04BT is an easy to install since it has a ISO socket so is plug and play with existing male ISO socket in your vehicle. Complete with a power output of 4 x 45W RMS providing superb sound power. This model has a clear LCD display, it also boasts an AUX input for connecting your MP3 player. Have full customisability over the sound with bass, treble, balance and fader controls. Simple effective and reliable, the slim nature of a player without CD means shallow mounting into hard to access dashboards is much easier. Hosting The buttons and face are solid and very well built, the superb FM. For the sound enthusiast this model also features two channel amplifier preouts allowing you to connect external amplifiers to run a subwoofer or more advanced system.
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Included in the box are: 1 x stereo player, 1 x DIN mount, 1 x IR remote control, cable connectors for speakers and power, unit removal tools, instruction book.
The stereo unit itself is small and light, requiring less depth than a standard stereo since there is no support for CDs. The aerial connector is the old socket type, where the aerial wire plugs into the socket, rather than in most newer cars where the aerial wire connector fits over the plug on the stereo. I bought an ISO to DIN converter to connect my aerial cable to the unit.
The instruction book is very basic and in very small print so is difficult to read. Although the wiring is ISO compatible, the wiring diagram is a little misleading with regard to the power connections. I recommend you make sure you know which wires in your car provide the switched 12V and the permanent 12V on your ISO connector. The diagram on the stereo and in the manual shows one wire marked as 'battery 12V' and the other as 'memory ACC'. I initally assumed 'memory ACC' must connect to the permanent 12V in order to keep the memory powered, making the 'battery 12V' the switched power (turned off via the ignition switch). This turned out to be incorrect, i.e. the 'memory ACC' should only be labelled as 'ACC' or 'accessory' since this is for the switched 12V, and 'battery 12V' is the actual permanent 12V. Luckily for me, my Citroen Xsara Picasso ISO cables are already wired the correct way round so there was no need to change the connections (essentially plug & play!).
In operation, the unit works well; good FM reception, reads SD card and USB (16GB limit specified in manual). The manual only gives a limited guide to the unit's use and it requires some experimentation to get used to the features. One missing feature is quick select buttons for the radio channels. You can either scroll through the stored channels or use the IR remote to select the channels.
A previous reviewer stated that this unit does not have bluetooth even though it is written on the unit. I can see how he came to that conclusion. The MODE button should scroll through the various source options - TUNER, AUX, SD, USB, Bluetooth. The Bluetooth option did not come up when I tried it so I thought I might have a non-bluetooth unit as well. The manual is useless, and there is no control on the unit to connect to BT devices. HOWEVER, when I looked at the available devices on my phone, there was a device 'CAR BT' listed so I pressed 'connect' on my phone and the phone paired with the stereo, without any codes to be entered! The MODE button then showed 'BT' as one of the sources. Music can be played via the phone and you can make and receive calls as well, but the address book is not downloaded to the unit so you still need to use your phone to select the number you want to call.
Things I don't like:
1. Listed as supporting AM radio but doesn't seem to come up when changing bands - I need to investigate this further.
2. The traffic information via the FM radio works, but if you are on a source other than TUNER then after the traffic information clears, it defaults to the last FM channel your used, rather than the source that was interrupted. There may be a setting I need to change for this. Also, there is no way of cancelling the traffic information manually without switching the 'TA' off.
3. There is a very small bit if interference picked up on FM from the engine, matching the engine revs, hardly perceptible, but a filter might help.
4. The 'accessory' power in my car is controlled by a computer rather than directly via the ignition switch so the stereo remains on after I take the key out of the ignition. I therefore need to turn the stereo off manually. The computer will disconnect power after a period of time in any case, to prevent the battery draining.
5. The remote control could be better quality.
6. The display illumination can't be dimmed.
Edit - 22/05/17: The stereo DOES NOT support AM radio (or I cannot find any way to operate in AM!), so there are only 18 presets, (not 30 as shown in the listing and on the box), all FM. The Bluetooth seems to disconnect from my phone randomly if inactive (phone works fine with dedicated Bluetooth hands-free device). The Traffic Alert function triggers when there is no traffic information and cycles through a few stations, even though the 'TA Seek' is off (i.e. set to 'TA Alarm').
I do not recommend buying this stereo if the AM radio and/or the Bluetooth hands-free functions are an essential requirement.