Released January, 2011
The Pros:FM quality is very clear, picks up distant and weak stations. USB thumbdrive capability is fast, reads files quickly. General audio output is very clear and detailed.
The Cons:Remote control lacks much functionality, only does a few things. JVC customer service doesn't know much about the unit, hard to get answers.
The JVC KD-HDR70 is a car audio system with a built-in HD radio tuner. This is similar to the JVC KD-HDR44, but includes a USB 2.0 port for use with portable storage devices and 2-way iPod/iPhone control.
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In addition to full control of the iPod, iTunes tagging capabilities are also built in. The unit is otherwise the same as the previous model in the series, with MP3 and WMA playback capability and MOSFET output processing at 50 watts over each of 4 channels. To achieve audio quality that matches the user's preference and the car's sound system, a 7 band iEQ is built in for tonal adjustments. A separated variable-color illumination display is used to match the dashboard lights of the car.
- Built-in HD Radio tuner
- Dual AUX Inputs
- USB 2.0 connection for 2-way iPod/iPhone control
- External mode for iPhone/iPod Touch
- iTunes Tagging capabilities
- Bluetooth ready
- MP3/WMA playback capability
- MOS-FET 50 watts x 4
- 7-band iEQ
- Separated variable-color illumination display
User Reviews (1)
FM quality is very clear, picks up distant and weak stations
USB thumbdrive capability is fast, reads files quickly
general audio output is very clear and detailed
installation is fairly simple, don't need a professional installer
HD radio is very clear, noticeably high-definition even on OEM speakers
remote control lacks much functionality, only does a few things
JVC customer service doesn't know much about the unit, hard to get answers
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