This is a case of you get what you pay for, although I don't think I even "got what I payed for". The first one I got I started having issues immediately after installing it. The sound would fade in and out like you were turning the volume up and down. Then after a few days the radio reset itself, I had to reprogram all of my station presets and had to go through the menu to take the demo off to get rid of the scrolling features. It kept resetting multiple times. I was waiting for the weather to get better so I could take it out and exchange it. but less than 60 days after buying it the thing completely stopped working, wouldn't even turn on. Walmart would only do a even exchange, and guess what, the new one started off doing the same thing. So after maybe a week I took that one back got my money back and bought a pioneer radio and love it! Now if you've made it this far I'll tell you the bad parts about the radio that are just design flaws. There is no seek function for radio stations, you just have to keep pushing and pushing the button(real pain since it keeps resetting and you have to keep doing it). The menu is somewhat of a pain to navigate. When you have your phone connected through bluetooth and someone calls you it doesn't ring your ringtone it rings a awful, house phone type ring. It takes forever to change the volume you have to turn the knob so much to even get the volume up a little, even my 15 year old niece asked why you had to turn it so much. The reception for the radio wasn't good either, it would go fuzzy all the time(the factory radio I had before and the pioneer did not have the same issue so for sure something with the dual radio). Lastly the sound quality wasn't the greatest on it, even if you ignore the fading in and out part. so just save yourself time and frustration and do not buy this radio.