I emailed via their website and got a reply, but it didn't make a lot of sense. I thought in-dash was an American company but the text didn't read like English was their first language.
And the answer made no sense. I asked why there were three different units listed for Jeep, with different product numbers. All the pics and specs were the same. The email replied said they were all the same. Makes no sense
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Ya, I am really concerned about the level of customer support with these guys. I was told today to order the Audi A3 unit but put in my notes it's for Audi TT as they are making that model, just have not updated website. I am fairly sure this is another Chinese company simply based on my communications with them. It's similar to many of the companies like Joying, Pumpkin, etc where you send an email one day, it takes another for them to respond then it doesn't effectively answer your question so you have to respond, wait another day, etc.
I just wish a company would develop a high end Android head with serious R&D on audio quality (FM chip, Amp chip) or borrow from the name brand units. Invest time in making it start up in seconds (MCU development) and get the damn hardware optimized for the Android software. I know Parrot, Clarion, Blaupunkt and Rydeen all had Universal Android head units with exceptional audio quality (6V preout on parrot asteroid) and have many options for "sleep" (up to a week on Blaupunkt). They all ran on Android 2.3 which is now outdated but man, it worked very well as a CAR STEREO first. Anyway, I am ranting (LOL) but come on. There is a market out there for those that want name brand audio quality with Android OS and car specific fascia. Maybe I should start a company?? LOL