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Jvc 50w x 4 front aux ipod ready
50 x 4 watt built in high powered amp Plays CD / MP3 / WMA / CD-R / CD-RW XM and Sirius radio ready Flip down detachable face Front Aux Input Ipod Ready with JVC Ipod interface adaptor Multicolor LCD Display ID3 Tag and CD-Text Readout (displays song name and artist name on display with CD and MP3 files) Rotary Encoder Volume Knob for easy and quick changes of settings and volume Detachable Face 1-Bit D/A Converter with 24-Bit Resolution Audible Control Confirmation High powered AM/FM radio tuner built in + Sirius ready 18 FM / 6 AM Presets Loudness control Custom EQ Settings with 6 Sound Modes that all sound great! Secondary adjustable EQ Rear And front or sub Preamp Outputs Preferred Setting Mode (allows you to reuse settings that were saved) CD/MP3 changer controls CD Frequency Response: 5-20,000 Hz FM Mono Sensitivity: 11.3 dBf CD Signal-to-Noise Ratio: 96 dB Amp Total Harmonic Distortion: <0.8% Free remote CD changer controls
Kickin' It Old School
Yeah, my room still is a mess, but it's slightly less of a mess than before. I've dug out a path to the "entertainment center", which has somet stuff in boxes parked in front of it.
There's a 1996-era standard definition Sharp TV that still works (Replaced a TV set that damn near blew up during the Summer Games back then.), my stack of late 1980s Pioneer stereo components. (Receiver's crap and staticky, needs to be replaced by decent modern equipment eventually, hopefully the dual tape deck is workable enough to archive hours of audiio cassettes of a friend's radio show from the early 1990, and I'm sure the AudioSource graphic EQ is still good to go.
There's also a vintage 1999 Toshiba DVD player that is way to old to play anything that's on a CD-R or DVD-R, there's my mid/late 1990s JVC Super VHS that's still active for dumping VHS to digital format, an ancient Pioneer 6-CD magazine-based player, and the crown jewel of the stack - a Sony Laserdisc player. (Should have held out for a Pioneer player... :P)
Oh, yeah, there's my second PlayStation (5000 series, last one with a serial port), and my DreamCast. ^_^;
Squint and you'll see my Dish receiver on top of the Pioneer receiver.
JVC RC 838
JVC RC-838 (this one's actually an RC-838JW, the JW is code for an optional voltage control). Released in 1978, it was dubbed the Biphonic system and looks remarkably ahead of its time. It's completely packed with functions: jacks for remote, auxilary equipment, headphones; beat match; "binaural" eqalizer, LEDs for expand/stereo mode; 2 band radio (AM/FM) and two antennas
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JVC's double-DIN KW-XR810 is a USB/CD receiver connects USB devices and iPod/iPhones using dual USB ports, or other devices using the front-panel 3.5mm auxiliary input. Bluetooth technology allows hands-free audio or audio streaming with cell phone and expansion options include three preamp outputs and the addition of HD or satellite radio. The JVC’s Separated Variable Color allows adjusting the receiver's display color.
JVC's double-DIN KW-XR810 is a USB/CD receiver with plenty of connectivity--connect USB devices and iPod/iPhones using dual USB ports, or other devices using the front-panel 3.5mm auxiliary input. Bluetooth technology gives you hands-free audio or audio streaming with your cell phone, and expansion options include three preamp outputs and the easy addition of HD or satellite radio. The icing on the cake is JVC's Separated Variable Color, which lets you adjust the receiver's display color to match your vehicle or preference.
A double-DIN USB/CD receiver with plenty of connectivity. Click to enlarge.
Easily switch Bluetooth connection between 2 phones, such as for business/private use.
Wireless remote included.
Add an optional HD or Satellite radio solution from JVC to take advantage of XM/SIRIUS programming or HD features like Multicasting or iTunes tagging.
Separated Variable Color
The KW-XR810 features a Full-Dot LCD with JVC's Separated Variable-Color. Personalize your stereo to match your vehicle's interior illumination colors. Separated variable color lets you use two separate colors from a choice of over 30,000 options to create your own color scheme.
Built-in Bluetooth Wireless Technology
Drive more safely (or legally depending on where you live) with hands-free calling. The included wired microphone offers flexible settings for clear communication. The Phone Book Access Profile (PBAP) for iPhone lets you automatically access your phone book without transfer. You can also manually transfer up to 400 numbers from compatible cell phones. Changing from hands-free to a private conversation can be done by a push of a key. You can also easily switch Bluetooth connection between 2 phones, such as for business/private use.
CD and MP3/WMA/WAV Playback
Enjoy your favorite CDs or throw in burnt CD-Rs. You can also listen back to MP3/WMA/WAV data CDs, which allows you to throw hours of music on a single disc, with ID3 tag display of artist and track info. Or better yet, just drag your files to a USB thumb drive and plug it into the receiver's front-panel USB port.
A 24-bit TI/Burr-Brown analog-to-digital converter provides a solid sound base, and you can perfect it with the three-band EQ. For quiter listening, a Loudness function (in three different patterns) is provided, to ensure you still get some low-end and dynamics.
Front-Panel USB and Auxiliary Input
Connect USB thumb drives, iPods/iPhones (see below), or other USB devices using the USB port. If you have another audio device that's not USB compatible, just use the standard 3.5mm auxiliary input and you're all set. A second USB port is provided on the rear of the receiver, so you can keep a couple devices connected.
USB Audio and Video for iPod/iPhone
The USB connection for iPod/iPhone provides clear digital sound directly from your iPod or iPhone. While your device is in use, it also receives a charge, so it's ready to step out of the car when you do. Since the KD-R810 features two USB ports, you can connect two different iPods, or a USB device along with an iPod.
With External Mode for iPod, you can also enjoy sound from your favorite iPod/iPhone apps in your vehicle, such as Internet radio, games, video, or navigation apps (compatibility differs by model).
The KW-XR810 features an AM/FM radio, with 6 AM and 18 FM presets, for quick access to your favorite stations.
The HS-IVi tuner features higher sensitivity, thanks to three IF bandwidths (wide, middle and narrow). It also includes AM Noise Canceller plus upgraded IF filters that help avoid the distortion caused by interference from adjacent stations.
HD/SAT Radio Ready
If you'd like to add some serious entertainment options to your vehicle, add an optional HD or Satellite radio solution from JVC to take advantage of XM/SIRIUS programming or HD features like Multicasting or iTunes tagging.
50W x 4 MOSFET Amplifier
The built-in 50W x 4 MOSFET amp provides plenty of power, but three 2.5V preamp output terminals (front, rear, subwoofer) are also provided for system building.
What's in the Box
KW-XR810 Receiver, Bluetooth Microphone, Sleeve/Trim Ring, Wiring Harness, Installation Hardware, Instruction/Intallation Manuals, Warranty Info
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