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JVC KD-X50BT Blueooth Car Media Player w/ 2 USB, Android & Blackberry Support EXPIRED

CloneNum3 145 154 February 27, 2012 at 12:18 PM in Tech & Electronics (6) More Crutchfield Deals
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Promoted 02-27-2012 by iconian at 05:18 PM View Original Post
Crutchfield has JVC KD-X50BT Blueooth Car Media Player w/ 2 USB, Android & Blackberry Support for $99.99 + $0.99 filler - $20 with coupon code 3A825 = $80.98 + free shipping. Thanks CloneNum3

Note, this player does not support cd/tape.
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Edited February 27, 2012 at 01:34 PM by widgit
JVC KD-X50BT Digital media receiver [crutchfield.com]

Rockford Fosgate Receiver Installation Kit [crutchfield.com] 99cent filler

Get $20 off your order of $100 or more
Use offer code 3A825 at checkout

$99.99 + $0.99 - $20 = $80.98 free shipping

Just ordered me one and think it's an awesome deal for someone like me who never plays CDs, DVDs, etc... just use my iPhone.

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Our take on the JVC KD-X50BT
by Zak Billmeier
Why replace your factory radio?

Two good reasons - sound quality and cool features. A new car stereo offers power that's superior to most factory radios, along with more sophisticated tone controls. And most car stereos offer built-in or optional features that add safety and fun to life in your car, including inputs for your iPod or MP3 player, Bluetooth connectivity for hands-free cell phone calls, satellite radio or HD Radio reception, and connections for building an audio system in your car.
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Built-in Bluetooth(R) gives you lots of options
You may know that Bluetooth lets you talk hands-free in your car, but JVC's KD-X50BT digital media receiver also allows you to receive text messages and stream music, depending on your phone's features. Even better, all you iPhone(R), Android(TM) and Blackberry(TM) users can now control your favorite PANDORA(R) Internet Radio stations right from this stereo's front panel.

Special Android(TM) features
Android(TM) and Blackberry(TM) users can control PANDORA(R) right from the stereo through the Bluetooth connection -- no wires needed. And JVC's Android app lets you use your compatible Android phone's touchscreen to control the action using finger swipes and gestures -- for example, make an upside-down "V" to change the source. So pop your Android phone in a mount, and you can reach down and skip a track without taking your eyes off the road.

Keep two phones connected
The KD-X50BT's built-in Bluetooth lets you pair two phones at once -- no need to choose between your personal and business phones. When a call comes in, the receiver will blink either blue or red, so you'll know at a glance if your call is coming from home or the office. To answer a call, just tap the volume knob.

Do more with your USB connection
JVC upped the power in their USB port, which lets you keep a smartphone charged while it's performing many battery-draining tasks at once. And with your smartphone connected, you can listen to your phone's internal memory as one source and access the little microSD card as another.

Separated Variable Color display
The KD-X50BT looks pretty cool, too. Its display lets you set colors for your controls independent from those on the screen -- so create your own custom color scheme, match your dash lighting perfectly, or just let it cycle through over 30,000 hues for an ever-changing look.

Two USB slots for maximum convenience
JVC has obviously given some thought to usability, giving you front and rear USB inputs for connecting gear. The included Bluetooth adapter slides into one slot, so you'll still have one free. But if you don't need the Bluetooth, your options open up. For instance, if you're an iPhone user, you can run a USB cable from the receiver's rear input into your glovebox or a console, then connect your iPhone and stow it safely away. You still have the front USB slot for connecting other devices on the fly or playing tunes you've loaded on a USB thumb drive. Maybe you've got other ways to use the two inputs, but now it's your choice.

Build a system
If you've got plans to build a complete car audio system, the KD-X50BT is a great place to start. You'll appreciate the two sets of preamp outputs when it's time to add amps and subs -- switch the rear outputs over to subwoofer mode and you'll be able to tweak your bass right from your dash. You'll also get a handy auxiliary input for hooking up more gear, like a Dock & Play satellite radio.

Want to keep your steering wheel controls?
In most vehicles, you can use an adapter to connect your vehicle's steering wheel controls to this JVC stereo. Connect a few wires, then program the adapter for your particular car and the JVC, and you'll retain the convenience of your steering wheel controls. Check the "Accessories" tab for compatible adapters.

Bluetooth note: Bluetooth compatibility of this device may vary, depending on your phone and service provider.
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Highlights:

General features:
digital media receiver with AM/FM tuner (does not play CDs)
built-in Bluetooth for hands-free calling and audio streaming
USB 1A connection charges devices quicker
built-in iPod control
control PANDORA(R) from your iPhone, Android, or Blackberry smartphone
Android app for gesture control over playback
built-in MOSFET amplifier (20 watts RMS CEA-2006/50 peak x 4 channels)
Separated Variable Color display
remote control
Audio features:
24-bit digital-to-analog converter
high- and low-pass filters
3-band parametric equalizer
Expandability:
inputs: front and rear USB ports, front auxiliary input
outputs: 4-channel preamp outputs (2.5-volt front, rear/subwoofer)
Other features and specs:
compatible with most factory steering wheel audio controls (adapter required)
CEA-2006 compliant amplifier
warranty: 1 year
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finally.. something worth my money that wasnt sold out by the time i saw it.

thanks and rep ur way
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#5
Tempting. but no CD player + a relatively small LCD + no HD radio even via accessory are just enough to keep me from biting.

This will be great for many who always hook up their phone/ipod to the car when they drive. for me, I sometimes like the CD player to escape radio quickly
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Perfect for my girlfriend's car. Thanks for posting. I can sell her Pioneer HD radio receiver on there and should have enough money to pay for this Smilie
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Got this $79.99 in frys a month ago.
it is great one.
but I was never able to make the android app work for it.
all other is great to replace my SONY BT2500 winch everything was great except no call-id shows up via Bluetooth...
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This is really cool, I didn't even know something like this existed. I wish I hadn't just installed the Sony with USB that was 50 bucks a few weeks ago. If this were a double-din touch screen, I think I'd be all in. Even better if it had some internal memory.
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I'm not too familiar with the bluetooth settings on car audio these days. Would I be able to listen to Rhapsody, Spotify, or iTunes from my iPhone 4s via bluetooth?
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I think I'm gonna grab one of these just to have around. *Finally* a stereo that will do Android+Pandora! Can't say I am mad at 1a USB, either. That's also an unusual feature. Thanks!
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#11
I wish I had known about this. I bought a sony bluetooth receiver with usb and paid $127 for it. And it doesn't even work with my Android phone properly..
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Quote from cgigate View Post :
Got this $79.99 in frys a month ago.
it is great one.
but I was never able to the android app work for it.
all other is great to replace my SONY BT2500 winch everything was great except the call-id shows up via Bluetooth...
By any chance do you know if this is dual line display? It looks as if it's a single line for artist/song info.
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No mention of a detachable face. -1 for security.
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Quote from anothauserhere View Post :
By any chance do you know if this is dual line display? It looks as if it's a single line for artist/song info.
I think it should called "single line", even some small "status line" above the main line display
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In for one. About time I replace the 10 yr old jvc in my work truck. I never use cd's, pandora and mp3 is where its at now.

I tried to rep but when I did it said 0 points given? im new to this
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