Great upgrade to the factory radio, iPod control and handsfree calling too!
4 November 2012
Summary: I installed this receiver in a 2003 Camry. This was my first time doing this and it was not difficult at all. It took me a couple of minutes to realize I had to remove a "shell" from the receiver to access the mounting holes, but after that it was a breeze (had harness adapter and trim panel already). The receiver itself was as expected with bluetooth, and iPod control built in. Also a front and rear USB port.
The best car audio system I've own so far, don't like the bluetooth mic
Carlos R., Amazon
2 July 2011
Summary: I get this stereo as a replacement of another JVC that comes with my car. First of all I like the quality of the sound, with right speakers you can get enough sound power in your car if that's what you like too. The other cool feature it's the color of the display, I changed from time to time when I get tired of the same screen, so that's nice. The usb at front it's great for the ipod I use it every single day.
Summary: It satisfies the requirement of producing very good quality sound, supported by built-in presets. USB port helps in charging my iPhone while playing music (without having to depend on recessed aux cable). Bluetooth works really good with no complaints from people over the other end. Overall a satisfactory product.
Summary: Pros - has 2 usb ports front and rear. - has aux jacks front and rear. - great value. - easy installation. Cons - blue-tooth microphone is poorly designed giving poor audio quality. - display size is too small. - display font is too small and not changeable. - display unit too hard to remove/insert. - looses all setting once power is lost. Recomendation: Good value for money too bad telephone audio wasn't better.
Summary: Item came exactly as pictured within just a few days of ordering. I didn't expect it for at least a week so my son was thrilled when it arrived so quick. Once installed, the stereo and everything worked perfectly.
Summary: I bought this deck to put in an 03 4Runner, as I was fed up with not having any options for playing my iPod thru my car stereo without those crappy radio transmitters. I've changed out a car stereo before, but it had been about 10 years, but after a few minutes of thinking about it, I got it figured out and it looks great.
Summary: Upon first look, both aesthetically and technically, seems like a great product and a bargain. If you know how to install radios, it is a painless installation and the audio is great, however some of the features I chose this for do not work. One feature why I chose this radio over a less expensive version is the bluetooth ability. unfortunately, it is not compatible with my phone and not any other recent Verizon Wireless phones. (CHECK THIS LIST BEFORE BUYING [...]).
Summary: I installed this unit a month ago (nissan Versa, adapter kit costs $26) and I love it. The few buttons it has are actually very convenient to use, the display is beautiful (see *except* below), and the sound quality is excellent (I'm using the stock Versa speakers, but they work great). I use the Bluetooth with my Razr, works great - I installed the mic on the lower part of the dash, near where the key goes, and people say they can hear me fine.
Summary: I purchased this unit from 6th Ave. Electronics. Its a very nice unit. As stated by prevoius reviewers the screen is small and hard to see during the daytime( but you shouldn't be looking at it while driving anyway). The multiple color options will help in that department. Its cool to be able to change colors when you want to. As for sound I have it in a 2004 xterra and man what a difference in sound. This HU makes my speakers really put out good quality sound.
Summary: Pros: Lots of sound input options Reads MP3 tags Cons: Display only has 1 line of text for song tags Display is a tad too small Poor blue tooth microphone implementation Comments: I can't live without an MP3 stereo anymore. I first owned a cheap Chinese player back in 2002 and then I upgraded to a JVC-G820 in 2005. The G820 was awesome compared to most players at the time. I just upgraded to the KD-R800.