|Item Weight||5.51 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||3.9 x 7 x 6.3 inches|
|Item model number||KW-V51BT|
|Memory Card Slot||CD, DVD|
JVC KW-V51BT DVD/CD/USB Receiver with 7-inch WVGA Touch Panel Monitor HDMI Input and Built-in Bluetooth
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- JVC KWV51BT double din 7" touchscreen, Bluetooth, remote
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|Item Dimensions||7.01 x 3.94 x 6.26 in||3.2 x 8 x 2.5 in||9.5 x 6.5 x 11.5 in||3.42 x 0.7 x 2 in||11.5 x 9.5 x 6.5 in||6.5 x 11 x 10 in|
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DVD/CD player with AM/FM tuner
built-in amplifier (22 watts RMS/50 peak x 4 channels)
7" touchscreen display
built-in Bluetooth for hands-free calling and music streaming
variable color illumination with over 30,000 choices of colors
fits double-DIN (4" tall) dash openings
display and command of select music, navigation, and other apps with iPhone and Android
Pandora and iHeartRadio control with iPhone and Android
Siri Eyes Free control for select iPhones
Voice Command for select Android smartphones
plays CDs, DVDs, and USB memory devices
iEQ with 7 presets and 3-band parametric EQ
high- and low-pass filters
built-in iPod, iPhone, and iPad control
compatible with SiriusXM satellite radio tuner
inputs: rear USB input, rear HDMI digital A/V input, rear analog A/V input, rear-view camera input
outputs: video output, 6-channel preamp outputs (4-volt front, rear, sub)
compatible with most factory steering wheel audio controls (adapter required)
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When we had to replace our faulty factory unit, we searched MANY mobile entertainment units for THE ONE. It had to replace all the functions we were losing, but we also wanted to add USB video playback, so that the kids could have hours of entertainment available in the back seat. No more loose DVDs rolling around the vehicle, getting scratched, etc. Perfect, right?
Well, after much searching, we settled on this unit. Of all the units that can access video from USB or removable media, this one could access the most, so we bought it, bought all the necessary adapters, and installed it. We bought a 256GB thumb drive and formatted it to FAT32, 64k cluster size, which was a HUGE pain. BUT, the unit could read it. Success! (Or so we thought.) Loaded almost 200 of the kids' movies and TV shows from the home server, plugged in the drive and discovered that we could not get the USB video to display on the rear monitor. Obviously, we had to be missing something. There is no logical reason at all for NOT being able to do this. But try as we might, we could NOT get it to work. Assuming we missed something, we waited until the next business day and called JVC.
From the lips of JVC, this unit DOES NOT play video from USB to the rear monitor!
So, you can have HOURS of video on your thumb drive. You can take it with you. You can plug it into this unit, and it will read it and play it... EXCEPT ON THE REAR MONITOR AND WHEN THE VEHICLE IS MOVING. Does JVC miss the point of what a "mobile entertainment unit" actually IS? Having hours upon hours of video that can't be watched from the back seat while the vehicle is moving is NOT helpful at all. One can park the vehicle, sit in the front, and watch video on the head unit only. Who does that? Is this a new form of dating? A drive-in movie that goes with you, or something?
Mind you, the DVD player WILL route to the rear screen. And it does show an "Aux" connection as well. But, we are back to damaged discs rolling around the vehicle. We are hoping that we can add a portable video player that can read from USB to the aux input. But seriously, should we even have to do this? There is NO logical reason why the unit operates this way. And I can't fathom why they would bother with video decoding from USB, or advertise it as a feature when it is so crippled.
And to reiterate, NO, we don't expect video to play on the head unit when the vehicle is moving. That's not the complaint.
We DID expect USB video to play on the rear monitor when the vehicle is moving (as it does for DVD) for the entertainment of the back seat passengers.THIS is what it doesn't do. It's like buying a Walkman and discovering that it has a power cord, and it doesn't have a battery or battery compartment. It *literally* does everything it says it will, but it doesn't do it in the way that it should logically do it.
-Good audio amplifier power for strong moderate upgrade. I am very pleased that JVC maintained the decision to retain a respectable amplifier section rather than just churning out the apparently same unit as all of the others.
-Tilting front is ESSENTIAL for touch screens in the day time! This turns out not to be just a bells an whistles feature.
-The "Pro" section in the equalizer area was a good decision. This signaled to me that the company has quality in mind. Not only flashy sales.
Cons/suggestions (my opinions):
-Song sorting is distracting. I assume trying to appease everybody's preference clouds and over-options the methods.
-Screen buttons should just be the area to push in many cases. After sifting through whatever you're trying to find, you then have to jump over again to execute the actual function
-Needs sound frequency graphics; not a power meter. After all that this does, a light show for "dazzleness" is just waiting to be displayed
-User image screen only. It would be nice to toggle through the normal display/user image background/no display. Also, different display styles would be nice. This particular display looks too icon trendy.
-The remote controller is too setup for movie watching. It comes off as for a DVR player only. Control of the sub-woofer is essential. The first big use of remote control is going to be for demonstration of one's new "system"
-Pushbuttons: Bigger -,+,Display,^. White print would be good during the daytime. The pushbuttons also need to be more stable. All the aftermarket units completely cheapen themselves by the quality of the buttons. These units are well beyond a AM/FM radio.
-No autoplay of iPhone/USB/etc... songs. I am COMPLETELY sick of hearing the same song start up by the time I get to fooling with radio.
-Disc Eject door open: Full screen CD door-close touch area. I'm sure the designers know exactly what this is about, and their decision to leave it as is looks like they didn't feel like thinking about it. Well, there's the answer.
-I am a bit surprised by the smaller (even though it is larger) wire size used to power this. It has a 10A fuse!
-Radio presets could highlight the tuning frequency and call letters a little stronger and the preset "Px" numbers a little less.
-The manual could better explain some of the features such as the difference between "Bass" and "Loudness"
Disagreements from other review/comments:
-What several comments have to say about Bluetooth dropouts may be interruptions from notifications or phone CPU conjestion. I got some of that at first, but it seems pretty solid after turning e-mail notifications off. Also, be patient with skip button presses. They have seemed to registered every time, but they can be a bit retarded (full timing use of the word BTW).
In summary, I very much like this unit and am very pleased, am very pleased, and recognize all that is incorporated into this unit. These have evolved into a near home A/V receiver with DVD (encountering many formats, file types, etc...) and cell phone with Bluetooth wireless capabilities. In fact its so complex, I hardly question why the humans are so consumed.
Most recent customer reviews
1- Very washed out color screen.
2- High glare in all angels with very poor resolution if compared next to the cellphone screen.Read more