Really a great radio... BUT - do your research on this issue...
10 March 2014
Summary: This is a really nice radio. I don't miss the optical disc feature at all. USB thumb drives work great. Only issue is that I initially set this up with an iPhone 3GS. The bluetooth worked fine. If you got out of the car, shut off the radio, when you came back, the auto connect feature of the radio would get the radio back to where you stopped listening on the iPhone.
Summary: i gotta say this is one of the best and most simple radios I've ever owned. the bluetooth connectivity is awesome. the radio automatically connects to my phone when it turns on (occasionally i will have to manually connect it from my phone but that is no big deal). im seriously thinking about purchasing this radio again, i never should have sold my car with this thing in it.
Summary: Great receiver! I bought it for my wife but she wanted something with a cd player so I then bought her a Sony, and the jvc sounds 10 times better, so I put it in my car! It couldn't of worked out better. Her Sony won't consistently hook up to blue tooth and i never have a problem with the jvc.
Summary: you cannot beat what you are getting for the price, it reads iPhone data no problem and can be navigated from the head unit itself. you get Bluetooth with mic that has a cord to allow you to hide and use anywhere in your car. I have subs and this unit lets you fine tune. it comes with a remote, you can fine tune all the colors displayed to what ever color you want, cool IMO, the buttons really are easy to navigate if you just take the time to learn, a home run in my book...
Summary: I bought this to replace my stock 05 Toyota Highlander radio. Since most of my music comes from my phone, I did not care to buy a more expensive double din radio. This is an awesome product. Bluetooth streaming of music, and phone calls. Option for USB or Aux in. AM/FM receiver. No CD, which I did not want. The only weird thing is the remote. I like it, but I don't know what to do with it. I am not that far away from the radio to change the source or volume.
Summary: I'd recently bought my wife a 1st Generation 1997 Honda Odyssey that was generally in pretty good condition. It came with a factory AM-FM Cassette player though. I was doing some work on the van to fix it up for my wife, and part of that work involved taking the dash apart. To replace a stereo in one of these vans, you have to take a good portion of the dash out to do that.