JVC Car Stereo Review

In the car audio head unit industry, JVC has been giving out very well received products. As 2010 comes to a close JVC is now currently showcasing their present and upcoming products. They have been promising car audio enthusiasts about the coolest and the most extreme sound systems ever present in a car vehicle. Currently, they are now undergoing a new change in their overall head unit features trying to incorporate more of their newest car audio technology as well as more of their wireless system capacity.

Nowadays, a JVC car stereo is now capable of accepting data and music files from either an external storage device like a USB or a mobile audio device such as an iPod or a mobile phone. They are also incorporating SD sockets for more versatility when it comes to accepting and playing music files from different storage platforms.

As of today, one of the most popular JVC car stereo products is the JVC head unit is the JVC NZ KD-R716 50Wx4 Bluetooth / Dual USB CD/NZ Tuner MOSFET Head unit, Front Aux. At first glance the head unit is very slim and very stylish. The blue circular pattern on the design was used to streamline the overall controls and allow it to be located towards the driver’s side for ease and accessibility. The design of the unit is specifically designed for your audio needs and not too much about all the dazzling accessories that you would otherwise not need in a traditional and fully integrated car audio system. But it does have a lot of functions and operations that are geared towards the audio.

In this JVC car stereo, they used their well recognized Bluetooth system, the KD-R716 Bluetooth. This allows the user to utilize the device hands free and optimizes your mobile’s Bluetooth capacity. This way, you can now use the head unit as well as all the audio components that your car has through your mobile phone. Underneath the rubber flap for protection against the elements, dust and humidity is the dual USB port. This is very handy and very ideal for playing your own personalized playlists. Basically it allows you to just plug and play. This port also allows the connection from your iPhone or your iPod to the head unit. From here on you can plug in your device and then operate your JVC car stereo just as you would from an iPod.

Aside from its front auxiliary input, this JVC in car head unit has a mini remote that allows the driver more ease and comfort in operating the product. The remote control is also very stylish and very compact. You won’t have to browse through a lot of things when you operate it because it is specifically designed to be used as easily as possible. Overall, this product presents just about everything that you will need from a car audio system. Not only is it very handy and very functional, their new feature does allow you to access it through the latest technology available today. It can fully cater to all your audio technology needs and will definitely upgrade your car audio system.