Car Stereo, XO Vision Wireless Bluetooth Car Stereo Receiver with 20 watts x 4, USB Port , SD Card Slot, and MP3 and FM [ XD107 ]

Stream music wirelessly and use your stereo as a speakerphone
Compatible with iPhone, Android devices, Samsung Galaxy devices, and more
Front AUX in allows you to playback audio from your iPod, iPad, or MP3 player
Easily Play MP3 files from an SD card or USB flash drive
FM Radio with 18 presets

Product Features

  • Stream music wirelessly and use your stereo as a speakerphone
  • Compatible with iPhone, Android devices, Samsung Galaxy devices, and more
  • Front AUX in allows you to playback audio from your iPod, iPad, or MP3 player
  • Easily Play MP3 files from an SD card or USB flash drive
  • FM Radio with 18 presets

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3 Responses to Car Stereo, XO Vision Wireless Bluetooth Car Stereo Receiver with 20 watts x 4, USB Port , SD Card Slot, and MP3 and FM [ XD107 ]

  1. VicD says:

    Perfect for my needs. Minor issues. This is my first review ever, so please bear with me. I bought this unit to install in a 1990 Camry I recently purchased when not with the whole family in our gas guzzling 98 Expedition . I received this unit on Tuesday (4/14) and installed it the same night in just under an hour. (I’m pretty good with cars and electronics). Once I got the old radio out, I confirmed the aftermarket wire harness I purchased was correct, and went to work. The longest time spent was attaching the aftermarket…

  2. Gellie says:

    worst radio ever Lets get this out of the way: This stereo is an awful stereo. Its mediocre quality at best, not real durable, has poor output, and few functions.But for its dirt cheap price, you won’t find another one anywhere close to this. Its good enough to be worthy of your money at this price point. In fact I’d feel comfortable spending more than I paid for this.But if your looking for a decent stereo, don’t buy the absolute cheapest bluetooth stereo anyone can find in the world…

  3. Anonymous says:

    i wasted my time and money with this radio. I can say I am no expert in hooking up car stereos but I am definitely not a novice. Initially it took me a little over 2.5 hours to completely get the power on after holding the power down for 3 seconds like the manual said.It usually takes about 10 or fifteen minutes to properly connect the 3 or 4 wires to make sure the power comes on before u even get to the speaker wires….once I got it to come on I couldn’t turn the sound up all the way up or…