Summary: The JVC works great. After my truck was broken into and my system was stolen including my double din I knew i needed a detachable face but couldn't find an affordable one until i found yours So thanks for the sense of security.
Summary: AWESOME stereo! It paired instantly with my Android phone and downloaded my contacts list too. I was able to make & receive calls while traveling without ever touching my phone. The sound quality is great and the iPod connection worked perfectly. It was very affordable and filled with useful features. The DVD player could only be topped by JVC switching from DVD to Btu-Ray. I liked it so much that I bought a second unit to install in my other vehicle.
Summary: Radio receiver is good as is the CD/DVD transport mechanicals. The system has a clunky interface in most modes, wasted space and cartoonish icons. No ability to fast forward or rewind in MP3 files regardless of media. Navigation in a larger SD card sucks, uses filenames not IDv3 tag info. Slow to start, slow to index, no playlist support. DVD playback is good although the interface and startup speed is slow. The nav is good but don't expect any free updates.
Summary: I was very hesitant to spend this kind of money but after reading many reviews this had the options I was looking for. One in particular is the ability to take the faceplate off which is a big plus and offered peace of mind of not getting ripped off. I had two cameras put in forward and aft and use the rear one when in heavy traffic. I just don't like that you cannot listen to the radio while having the rear camera on.
Summary: best ever in car audio this model features gps,dvd,hd radio,and Bluetooth it tell speed limits helps me get to places out side my state and we never get lost it even tells poi's (points of interests ) like gas stations restaurants , movie theaters this device range from $400- $650 usd its a great device i recommend everyone gets one i own the Oldsmobile alero 2dr coupe and it fits well in the double din dash
Summary: ...which is more than I could say for the Pioneer AVIC 940BT that this thing replaced. The Pioneer unit drove me crazy with it's cryptic, multi-step menus for basic functions, its 240 page user manual, and its menu lock-outs while in motion. I originally bought a JVC from a local store as an "open-box" item to fit into my second car, and I liked it so much that I decided to return the Pioneer and get another JVC to replace it.