Released February, 2010
The Pros:Outputs clear and detailed audio that maximizes OEM speakers. Installation sleeve is supplied, makes the install process very easy. Able to change colors used to match dashboard lights.
The Cons:Lack of support for file formats other than MP3 and WMV - no AAC support. Navigation of iPods is very awkward in head unit mode.
The KW-XR610 is JVC's entry-level double-DIN car audio receiver. The head unit features USB and AUX inputs in addition to a standard CD drive, enabling playback from an iPod, iPhone, or other portable media device.
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The KW-XR610 provides the same maximum power output as JVC's other receivers – 50W, or 20W RMS per channel – and a subwoofer output is standard. An accessory purchased separately can add Bluetooth support, enabling certain functionality when linked to a Bluetooth device. The receiver also supports HD and satellite radio. The KW-XR810 is a step up, offering built-in Bluetooth and several minor feature upgrades.
- MOS-FET 50W x 4 (20W RMS x 4)
- CD/USB/AUX inputs
- 24-bit DAC
- 3-band parametric iEQ
- 2.5V line for subwoofer
- 2 pre-output terminals (front, rear/subwoofer)
- Bluetooth with optional accessory
- iPod/iPhone 2-way controls
- MP3/WMA support (with ID3/WMA tags)
- HS-IVi tuner
- Loudness control
- HD/SAT radio support
User Reviews (3)
outputs clear and detailed audio that maximizes OEM speakers
installation sleeve is supplied, makes the install process very easy
able to change colors used to match dashboard lights
Bluetooth allows both hands-free calls and media streaming
good physical interface - large, clearly labeled buttons, volume knob feels right and is easy to work with
lack of support for file formats other than MP3 and WMV - no AAC support
navigation of iPods is very awkward in head unit mode
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