Pyle Round Waterproof Marine Stereo - 4x28 W Aquatic Boat In Dash Gauge Radio Receiver System with Bluetooth, AM FM, Digital LCD, USB, AUX, RCA - Includes Wiring Harness, Bracket - PLMR91UB (Black)
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It is possible to fold down the antenna. A rubber cover covers the whole thing.
The answer is yes
You can upload up to one gigabyte in one folder
Selected User Reviews For Pyle Round Waterproof Marine Stereo - 4x28 W Aquatic Boat In Dash Gauge Radio Receiver System with Bluetooth, AM FM, Digital LCD, USB, AUX, RCA - Includes Wiring Harness, Bracket - PLMR91UB (Black)
It doesn't get much better than this. Before I purchased this radio on a warehouse deal, it was on clearance. All the wires and the connectors of the kit were the same, so I ordered a new set. I had to replace the first one because the new one had a deeper cut out than the first did. The new one has a hole that is more like 3” deep than 3". It is 5". Three holes had been cut for me. Based on the listing, this item is a 5". The depth would not have had to be increased if the original unit had not been increased. In such a way, I added depth to the radio and a little bit more to its diameter with two pieces of PVC adapter. I was pleased with the results. The range on Bluetooth for BT is really poor and there is a little noise. There are 10 feet between each end. I walked out of the trailer to get something from the truck and the BT signal stopped working. In addition to the 30ft range option, Pyle has other options. Those may be worth looking at if range is an All these little issues are minor for a radio costing $55. I'd say you'll get your money's worth for $55.
The purpose of my purchase was to use it on the boat I am When I finally got the chance to setup this machine, I found it had zero Because of the time passed while I was building my boat, I no longer have the option to return it. This is a piece of garbage you should not buy. There was no point in investing money in it. Rather than run an Aux cable from my phone to my amplifiers, I should just run an Aux cable.
A thumb drive with a display for album art was the reason I bought it, and I am able to listen to music using it. Although I thought I would have to limit my music to 32 GB, it managed to read a 64 GB drive that had almost 60 GB worth It's set up so that each artist has a folder, and there are 234 folders right now, one having 287 songs and close to 3 GB in size. My computer seems to run pretty hot, so I am unsure how long it will last for me as I play it at least eight.
The display also does not function.
The Hydra PLMR91UB bluetooth gauge style stereo went up for sale, along with four Hydra PLMRS53BL speakers and an Elite Series PLMRA120 amplifier. If you're using this set up, I definitely recommend the amp. The head unit is not among the most powerful in terms of performance, but it sounds good when used with the amp and gets loud enough to hear while It was easy to wire them in with my courtesy lights. With the price under $200, this is a good set up for a 4 speaker system.
In my opinion, there is a flaw in the design, and I would never purchase this item.
As a round radio, this seems to be the better option over other round radios at this price point. It is surprising that they don't make the display larger so that it can be seen more easily in the bright sun since it is.
I highly recommend it. Everything described in the listing is true. I highly recommend it.