P4030 Autoradio car stereo

The P4030 is a single DIN mounting car radio with a small 3.8″ screen that fits within the single DIN stereo.

Quick P4030 Questions and Answers

Is the P4030 autoradio single DIN size?

Yes. The P4030 is the right size for a single DIN install and the screen is small enough to be included in that single DIN space.

Is the P4030 an android head unit?

No, the P4030 is not android based. The P4030 can not run android apps or access the android play store.

Does the P4030 have a rear camera, for backing up or reversing your car?

Yes, you can connect a rear facing camera to the P4030 to see the rear of the vehicle when moving backwards.

Small form factor

The P4030 is perfect for a single DIN mounting. It has a small form factor of 178mm wide body with a body height of 50mm. The depth into the dashboard is 85mm. These measurements make it perfect for fitting into a single DIN space. These single DIN spaces are often left when an aftermarket stereo has been removed or an older car has a factory stereo.

P4030 car stereo dimensions

Many features

The P4030 stereo has a long list of impressive features. These are shown with pride on the sales pages, along with the glossy simulated images of the product.

  • 3.8″ IPS Screen
  • RGB LED
  • AUX in
  • FM Radio
  • MP3 player
  • USB ports for music
  • USB phone charging
  • Rear camera input for backup or reversing
  • External microphone for bluetooth handsfree calls
  • SWC – steering wheel controls input

Android features

This small, universal size headunit with the features listed and its small screen sounds like it could be the ideal android headunit upgrade. Unfortunately there is no android in this car stereo. There is no playstore and no android apps. If you are looking for an android headunit of single DIN with a small, unobtrusive screen this is not it. Although the size and screen looks perfect for the job, it won’t run android apps.

No Android

Not having android may not be a problem for you. If you want a small screen, in a single DIN car stereo with a backup camera and MP3 player then the P4030 may be for you. They are a very cheap MP3 player with backup camera support, cheaply made from cheaply sourced materials. A lot of effort goes into the selling, but not so much the quality. Longevity is a concern, it may not last long past the warranty, but at such a low cost, it is to be expected. Have a look for the P4030 here (ali express).

ISO Connectors

The P4030 will connect to a car with standard ISO connectors. They should just plug straight in. If you need to adapt the ISO to your vehicle wiring, don’t bother with the supplied cables. The cables supplied are not much use to you. There are many alternative, ready made cables to convert the P4030 ISO sockets to whatever system your car uses. The bare ends of the P4030 cables lead you to think that cutting and joining is required. It probably isn’t and shouldn’t be your first choice for installation.

Backup Camera

The P4030 has a small screen that can also show the backup camera. A rear facing camera fitted to the rear of the vehicle can be connected to the P4030 car radio to provide a useful reversing camera. The wiring loom has a connection for the vehicle reversing light circuit to enable this automatic backing up camera display.

Backing up camera on single DIN

P4030 roundup

The P4030 is not an android based headunit. Make no mistake, we like android headunits and the P4030 is not one. But if you want a very cheap MP3 player with a colour touch screen and backup camera support the P4030 may be for you. Bluetooth for calls and AUX in may be enough to tempt you. Just don’t expect it to last for years and years as it is not made to last the life of the car.

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