Lots of features but week radio reception.
The NA788 is basically an okay aftermarket stereo.
Pros: It's not overly gaudy. It's has ports in the front for USB and Aux In. Decent sound.
Cons: Radio reception is not great. Display is too bright at night. Door to front USB port broke on first use.
My review is based on comparing four stereos that were installed on a 94 Mazda Miata during the course of a month: The OEM unit, a Kenwood KDC-BT275U, a JVC KW-R930BTS and the Nakamichi. The JVC and Kenwood had the best radio reception. They were the best at receiving weak signals. The Kenwood was too complex to operate while driving. Small controls. The JVC (for me) is the best of the four. Display dims at night, great reception, and larger buttons. Admittedly, the Kenwood is a single DIN unit and the others double DIN or DIN and a half.
The Nakamichi is alright for the price, but I'd spend $20 or $30 more to get a unit that had better reception and won't distract the driver with an overly bright display at night.Read full review
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