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Promoted 04-08-2016 by slickdewmaster at 08:46 AM View Original Post
Best Buy via eBay has JVC KWR910BT CD Receiver w/ Built-In Bluetooth (Black/Silver) on sale for $74.99. Shipping is free. Thanks blt65toth
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Edited April 8, 2016 at 08:34 PM by kh0rneflakes
Best Buy & Best Buy via eBay have a JVC Double Din CD Receiver w/ Built in Bluetooth (KWR910BT) for $74.99 with free shipping or in-store pick-up.

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Last Edited by Sharpey April 10, 2016 at 08:34 AM
NO HD Radio
Will this fit my car?
Probably will not fit:
Tesla Model 3
Lamborghini Aventador SV
Ford Model T
McLaren F1 LM
BMW 329 Convertible
Mercedes-Benz SSK
Porsche 360 Cisitalia
Check on crutchfield.com

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#4
how does this compare to the last deal for $80 (different audio system)?
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Not bad deal
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There are others on clearance: http://www.bestbuy.com/site/searc...0skuidsaas
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I have this head unit in my 02 Outback, perfect no trim fit, as good or better than factory look. The sound is top notch and the features work as they should. Almost instant connect to BT and the phone conversation quality with the external mic is very good on both ends. I'd happily buy another for my 06 Prius but I don't believe they sell a steering wheel control module and I really like that feature.
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I think this is the same head unit I installed in my Chrysler 300, or at least very, very similar. I'm pretty happy with it. The Bluetooth takes a minute to sync, but then it's pretty reliable. If you use the Pandora Radio app to stream from your smartphone, it's great for that. I also use it to listen to podcasts from another app on my Nexus 6. Some controls appear to work with some apps, like Slacker, on the general Bluetooth input, but it doesn't work with all (including my podcast app). Oh, and Bluetooth works well for calling, too, but you have to install the microphone somewhere.

I also have the roughly equivalent single-DIN installed in our 2002 Odyssey van. My wife has trouble with her Bluetooth, sometimes, but I suspect an issue with her phone or just user error. I rarely have trouble with it. On both, I will occasionally have to restart the head unit or the phone to get audio streaming. It's a fairly rare occurrence, though, and I suspect it's an issue with the app or Bluetooth stack on the phone. Wireless technology still isn't perfect, unfortunately.
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Quote from tags318 View Post :
I have this head unit in my 02 Outback, perfect no trim fit, as good or better than factory look. The sound is top notch and the features work as they should. Almost instant connect to BT and the phone conversation quality with the external mic is very good on both ends. I'd happily buy another for my 06 Prius but I don't believe they sell a steering wheel control module and I really like that feature.
Check (or chat with) Crutchfield. I seem to recall one being available when I bought my units. I just didn't want to attach an aftermarket remote to my 300's steering wheel, and I wasn't willing to spend much on an '02 minivan. :-)
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I'd have been a lot happier with mine if I got it for $75 instead of $111.

The BT is VERY slow to connect. Not sure what tags314 is used to, but it's very slow..

The menus are a little odd, and the buttons aren't well laid out.

She'll push some decent sound though. It comes with a microphone on a very long cable, which works surprisingly well.

For a cheap radio, you won't find much better than this...

There is a firmware update that came out in January:
http://www.jvc.net/cs/car/firmwar.../kdr950bt/

Ver.0132 (23.01.2015)
Improved stability
Ver.0126 (15.07.2014)
Support for "Android Music Playback via USB". (Manual)
Fixed the problem of no sound after starting the engine.
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How are these used now that the classic DIN slots are gome on most cars? Do you mount them below the dashboard or in the glovebox or something?

I definitely want to put a system in my next car, but it seems like it might be pricey with all the custom dashboards these days.
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Any cassette and CD combos?
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I have this head unit in my 02 Outback, perfect no trim fit, as good or better than factory look. The sound is top notch and the features work as they should. Almost instant connect to BT and the phone conversation quality with the external mic is very good on both ends. I'd happily buy another for my 06 Prius but I don't believe they sell a steering wheel control module and I really like that feature.
Did you have trouble connecting the antenna wire as others seem to have with the Subarus?

I'm wondering if it was necessary for me to pay for the 12" extension. Oh well, it was only $5.
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How are these used now that the classic DIN slots are gome on most cars? Do you mount them below the dashboard or in the glovebox or something?

I definitely want to put a system in my next car, but it seems like it might be pricey with all the custom dashboards these days.
You buy a "dash kit" custom-made for your car model - basically a partial dashboard that takes the place of the stock radio and surrounding trim.
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Any cassette and CD combos?
I kind of doubt it. Pretty hard to find anything cassette these days haha. Maybe you can find one at a Goodwill or something, doubt you'll find it new.
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