JVC KW-R900BT 2-DIN CD Receiver (Black)
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- MOS-FET 50W x 4
- TI/Burr-Brown 24-bit DAC
- Phone book access profile, phonebook transfer, hands-free call, audio streaming, AVRCP, SMS receipt notification, voice recognition dialling, internet radio control for smartphone, alphabetical search for phone book
- 2 phones full-time control
- Smart remote for android
- USB audio and video for iPod/iPhone etc.
- 2-way control for iPod/iPhone (head unit/iPod or iPhone)
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If you have an iPod or iPhone with a Pandora app, this 2 DIN car stereo head offers virtually unlimites song selections for your longest trips. Of course, Bluetooth lets you talk hands-free i
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In this world of ANTI-Android and PRO-Apple world-it was nice to find a deck that could do android-I have a ATT Galaxy S2 skyrocket mounted on a holder on my driver vent near dash. Wanted to talk bluetooth first and stream music second. Wanted a deck that looked stock-so it wouldnt get stolen. Wanted it to be Android user friendly.
Pretty happy with this unit-here are my pros and cons!
LOVE LOVE LOVE the total control of color scheme to match your dash at night and during the day-little hard to see 1. during the day but whatever. Gorgeous Display. No annoying flashing demo going "LOOK AT ME! LOOK AT ME!" like some of those cheaper decks that rely on that to look good.
2. I'm not a big EQ fan, I just use the preset settings, but it definitely has a LOT tweaking you can do on the settings
3. Love making calls through the blue tooth, people said it sounded pretty good and has three mic settings
4. Love the Double display-Clean, easy to read, and looks great at night.
5. Enjoy the fact that it mutes music when calls come in, and resumes when done talking.
6. Don't use the DVD player at all, and like that I have a cable in the Glovebox for Ipods-Flash drives what not
7. I like the look of this unit over the Clarion and the XR810X.
8. Glossy black finish looks nice
9. Happy to have a phone that will work with and designed with Android in Mind
10. Stock Xterra Speakers sound 100% better than OEM deck-pretty clean.
11. Ordered the Scosche Mounting harness and it looks stock, and my install guy said it was quality, matches the car to a tee....the only thing that doesn't looks stock is the Glossy black of the JVC-but If I was a car thief I'd consider it-but would probably move on to a car with a DVD screen-so good job there.
12. I use my phone for Googlemaps GPS and like the fact that the volume of the streaming music can be set at a different level than the voice of the GPS Navigation. Props there. Though you have to manually set each one-in it's own app.
13. 6V preamp vs 3 on the X810 for six more bucks made this year? yes please!
1. Beautiful Double Din face-and JVC doesn't use all of it!! WTF!! Names of songs, Stations and playlists scroll in this tiny 1 line 1 inch part of the entire face. What a waste of real estate.
2. IF you DO NOT have an apple device connected-whenever your connected blue tooth- an ugly PAUSE in a box flashes continuously right in the DEAD CENTER of the face all the time-there is no way to remove it. What engineer thought of putting this right in the middle blinking ALL THE TIME!?!? Come on people did you drive around with it in an actual car for five minutes and see how annoying this is!?!? You couldn't put it in some box to the right, the side? anywhere but dead center-it even covers the time and is in all faces and modes. So Dumb. Rewards I phone users, and not Android-definitely one of the most annoying aspects of this unit.
3. The Bluetooth is AWESOME...when it feels like pairing. It was a breeze to set up, and get both the phone and head unit to pair...from there-it feels like an on again off again relationship with a girlfriend that wont give it up. One minute working fine, stop for 2 mins to go into seven eleven and will not pair for the love of god when I come back out-wtf!
Turn off bluetooth, start bluetooth, turn off radio, turn on radio. Hope that one finds the other-Sometimes it takes a minute at least to find each other and they are literally less than a foot away. Really?
4. Bluetooth should have been integrated not included. I don't notice the little bluetooth receiver in the front USB slot anymore-but I don't want to put it in the glovebox-so might as well have called it 1 or the other USB. sometimes I jiggle it to make sure its blinking otherwise throw another shrimp on the barbie and good luck trying to get the devices to pair. For the love of god DONT change your device name AFTER youve paired them-I had to do a factory reset just for it to find it again. And go slow and read all the screens for bluetooth.
5. JVC Unit will randomly disconnect from my phone after a short or long conversation-just because it feels like it. But here's what's crazy, I will go into the submenu of the JVC and manually choose to connect to the phone-and it will blink CONNECTION ERROR-yet the second manual connection screen for Audio is still connected?!?! WTF!! So it's connected and stays that way for one part of the unit, but disconnects after a call? well that defeats the purpose of Bluetooth calling and streaming music. So it will still play music, but when someone calls it rings on the phone (Which you can set) but I didn't set that-It just chose to disconnect-I push the button and think I'm gonna hear their voice any second-nope. Sorry.
6. Only way to research for Bluetooth without doing it manually is to press the Function button 4 times back to BTF to search or turn the deck completely off and on again. Sometimes wont find it then. Sometimes I turn the car off at a light just for the deck to re search again.
7. I have about 1200 individual numbers in my android-and it was advertised as having a larger downloadable phone book size 2000 compared to 1000 on XR810. One of the reasons I bought it. Guess what-Its actually 400 numbers with 5 number contacts technically making 2000 entries. What?!?! Most people I know don't have more than a cellphone and work phone. Not everyone in my android is a drug dealer with a 2 pages, a lan and 2 cellphones. Uploading names errors out often and I gave up after about 10 entries. Cumbersome and boring task. And the only thing it does when someone calls is display it in the 1 inch 1 line text instead of the whole face (See complaint above) which is basically useless, and whats the point of putting it into the head unit again? I can't make calls with the headunit unless the phone is near, and it's faster to say my friends name then go into a submenu to select the name on the head unit. My android is mounted right next to me. Way more efficient.
For all my bitching its a solid deck-the Bluetooth drives me crazy sometimes though, and I just give up and switch to radio instead of fumbling with all the buttons while I'm driving. Feels like JVC thought of everything-and made it smooth...and tossed in an old Bluetooth adapter and didn't test it fully with devices before shipping it out. Hence the -1 star.
'Hope my review helps some people!