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Sony MEXN5000BT CD Car Stereo Receiver with Bluetooth, NFC Pairing & App Remote SmartPhone Control

Sony MEXN5000BT CD Car Stereo Receiver with Bluetooth, NFC Pairing & App Remote SmartPhone Control


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Sony MEXN5000BT CD Car Stereo Receiver with Bluetooth, NFC Pairing & App Remote SmartPhone Control

Sony MEXN5000BT CD Car Stereo Receiver with Bluetooth, NFC Pairing & App Remote SmartPhone Control
  • Bluetooth audio streaming w/ Simple Secure Pairing & Convenient One-Touch listening with NFC technology
  • App Remote with voice control for select smartphones
  • Front USB in for iPod, iPhone & other USB devices
  • SiriusXM Satellite radio connector ready
Enjoy wireless Bluetooth connectivity9 with NFC to stream music, make hands-free calls and control select smartphone apps8 directly through your receiver with App Remote. Android8 users can even control sources and respond to texts or emails by voice. Broaden your listening experience with Pandora internet radio4 and SiriusXM5 connectivity or use the front USB input to connect, control and charge compatible USB devices2.

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  1. 69 of 71 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Astonishing piece of hardware! but make sure you go through the manual!, April 6, 2014
    By 
    AJ

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    This review is from: Sony MEXN5000BT CD Car Stereo Receiver with Bluetooth, NFC Pairing & App Remote SmartPhone Control (Electronics)
    Bought this to replace my Kenwood KDC-155U mainly to get access to more audio settings… didn’t realize how powerful this unit is! Amazing control over the audio with a 10-band EQ, individual speaker timing delays, HP and LP crossovers with preset frequencies and slope adjustments and MP3 sound enhancement settings. It really makes my new setup sound equivalent to home-theater audio (yes, it sounds that much better than the Kenwood over the same amp and speakers)

    The icing on the cake is the Sony App Remote that allows you to make all these adjustments through a smartphone (I have a Sony Xperia running Android 4.1). Bluetooth pairing is easy with NFC enabled, just touch the volume control knob with the back of your phone and it pairs up in seconds. Attach the included mic and you get voice recognition over the app for audio (Pandora, USB, phone audio, radio, CD), navigation (with Google Maps), phone and text messaging. For example, all I had to say was “Maps. Fry’s Electronics” and it set the destination with no issues at all. Making a call is equally easy, it even recognized non-Anglo names in my phone book. Haven’t tried the text messaging function yet, will report and update after a few weeks.

    Hands down, an absolute marvel of technology at a reasonable price. Way to go Sony!

    Remember: READ THE MANUAL CAREFULLY! a lot of buttons have multiple functions.

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  2. 22 of 23 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Fantastic Radio., May 31, 2014
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    This review is from: Sony MEXN5000BT CD Car Stereo Receiver with Bluetooth, NFC Pairing & App Remote SmartPhone Control (Electronics)
    I’ve never been disappointed with a Sony product and this is no exception. As other reviewers have said read the instructions if you’ve never bought a radio like this one. I have one similar without the blue tooth and I wore it out plugging things into the USB and auxiliary ports. But now all the wires are gone. It connects perfectly with my droid smart phone and has applications to operate the radio from your smart phone. At first I didn’t understand why it had so many different color schemes. But when the amber color matched perfectly with all my other instruments. I understood. It looks great. I’m a over the road truck diver and these radios are common in trucks. The hands free functions utilizes my voice recognition from my phone for hands free operation. First time I’ve used voice recognition on my phone. I’m able to use my phone more effectively. I have haven’t gotten into the apps yet. I understand there is a equalizer function that will display on my smart phone. Anyway I could on about it. Its a great radio and I highly recommend it.

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  3. 23 of 26 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    I want to like this – but iPhone integration falls far short, October 17, 2014
    By 
    PJ

    This review is from: Sony MEXN5000BT CD Car Stereo Receiver with Bluetooth, NFC Pairing & App Remote SmartPhone Control (Electronics)
    I really, really WANT to like this. But there are three issues I can’t get past.

    1) This is (as far as I know) specific to the iPhone. I’ve had the same issue with an iPhone 5S and an iPhone 6. To pair the phone to the stereo, you MUST plug it in to the USB cable. You must do this EVERY time you enter the vehicle. After it is paired, you can disconnect the cable. But you must physically plug it in to the USB cable every time you enter the vehicle in order for it to pair to the iPhone. The manual confirms this – and further states that it is not necessary on android (if you have an android, it automatically pairs wirelessly when you enter the vehicle – as you would expect).

    I dislike this for three reasons. First, it is a hassle and defeats the purpose of Bluetooth. If I have to plug it in, I might as well just use the USB connection. Second, you have to plug it in to the front panel of the head unit. I was hoping to use USB power from another port on my vehicle, but now I have to have a big wire hanging off the head unit – ugly and unclean. Third, you must plug it in to connect within a few seconds of turning on the radio (or starting the car if the stereo is always on). If you wait more than a about 5 seconds, the stereo source automatically changes from whatever it was set at to instead play the song queued up on your music player.

    Here is all I wanted – I want to have my stereo set to play an FM station. I want it on that station all the time. I want to enter my vehicle and start it and have the phone wirelessly pair to this head unit while the unit continues to play the FM station. When I get or make a call, I want the stereo to switch automatically to that phone bluetooth source. As far as this head unit goes, it does the last item perfectly, but fails on the others – requiring me to plug into the head unit in order to pair each time, and automatically switching audio sources if I don’t plug in within 5 seconds of entering the vehicle.

    2) There is an iPhone app for this stereo. Every time you plug in the iPhone (which you must do in order to pair, every time you enter the vehicle), the stereo displays “Open Application”. I don’t like the application, and have no need to control my stereo from it (I basically listen to some FM channels, make phone calls, and occasionally stream music from my iPhone). The application is an annoying inconvenience. But nonetheless, every time you connect the phone, it gives you the “Open Application” notification, which requires you to clear the notice on the head unit. It doesn’t sound so bad, but here is a common interaction:
    -Enter vehicle
    -Start vehicle
    -Stereo head unit is on (I always have it on)
    -Plug in iPhone to USB within 5 seconds (you can’t plug it in before starting the car/turning on the head unit – won’t pair)
    -Clear the “Open Application” message
    That is a best case scenario. Here is a common scenario:
    -Enter vehicle
    -Start vehicle
    -Stereo head unit is on (I always have it on)
    -Plug in iPhone ot USB AFTER 5 seconds (didn’t do it quick enough)
    -Clear the “Open Application” message
    -Stereo turns to the iPhone music player and begins playing the first song (same song, every time – ahhhhhh!)
    -Clear the “Open Application” message (because it now reappears)
    -Change the stereo source back to FM tuner

    All I want to do is get in and have it pair to my iPhone. I shouldn’t have to press anything. (This function worked so, so, so well on my Ford Focus integrated system.) As far as I’m concerned, that is 5 extra steps in a process that should basically have 0 extra steps.

    3. The speakerphone works Ok (not great, not bad) for about 10-15 minutes. After that, people complain that my voice is always clipped out and they only get every third word. Sometimes I speak but can’t get a word in because my voice is being cut out. I never have this problem in the first 10 minutes or for short calls, so I have to assume something gets messed up with the system as the call duration gets longer. This has nothing to do with background noise, or windows being up or down.

    I give this two stars because those are my only issues with this head unit. It sounds good. Plays bluetooth and USB sourced audio very well, and is otherwise easy to use. But I bought this for iPhone speakerphone use, for which it fails to perform well.

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