Released March, 2011
The Pros:Looks good - features cool blue backlighting with a slick interface. Lots of input options - USB, iPod, iPhone etc. Lots of fine tuning options - allows the sound to be custom tweaked.
The Cons:Glossy front panel - attracts fingerprints and dust. Limited remote control - only offers basic controls. Manufacturer warranty - only 1 year.
The JVC KW-HDR720 is a car CD receiver with built-in HD radio. This is closely related to the JVC KD-HDR70 in terms of functionality, but the faceplate has been redesigned in order to support a double-DIN construction.
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While visually they are very different, the features are all the same including dual AUX inputs compatible with virtually any portable device. A USB 2.0 connection on the front is capable of establishing 2-way iPod/iPhone control which is fully compatible with iTunes tagging. An external mode is also available for iPhone/iPod Touch. The unit is Bluetooth ready for later expansion, and can play MP3/WMA files. Output runs through a MOSFET system over 4 channels at 50 watts each, and the overall audio tone is shaped by a 7-band iEQ.
- Built-in HD Radio
- CD Receiver
- Double-DIN construction
- Dual AUX inputs
- USB 2.0 connection
- 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 (4)
looks good - features cool blue backlighting with a slick interface
lots of input options - USB, iPod, iPhone etc.
lots of fine tuning options - allows the sound to be custom tweaked
glossy front panel - attracts fingerprints and dust
limited remote control - only offers basic controls
manufacturer warranty - only 1 year
double DIN form factor - might not be compatible with your vehicle
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