JVC Ships 4 Car Decks This Month

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JVC KD-AR755

JVC Mobile Entertainment is shipping 4 new CD receivers this month as part of its 2014 in-dash lineup.

The radios include  new digital processing tuners for better AM/FM reception quality.

Most of the new units provide Pandora  and iHeart Radio control for iPhones and offer station creation on the radio.

New models are:

The Arsenal KD-AR755 in-dash receiver has a  high-amp USB Port, AUX input, and Pandora Internet Radio and iHeart Radio app control for iPhone (connected by USB). The unit has a 3-Zone Variable color illuminated LCD panel allowing users to choose from over 30,000 custom color combinations while preset fluid moving illumination modes and color schemes are also selectable for individual customizations. It also features Front, Rear, and Subwoofer 4.8 Volt Line Outputs, steering wheel remote control add-on capability and will be shipping at a MSRP of $129.95. JVC’s Arsenal line of receivers are supported by a manufacturer’s two year warranty.

The KD-R750 in-dash receiver includes a high-amp USB Port, AUX input, and Pandora  and iHeart Radio app control for iPhone (USB). It also has a 3-Zone Variable color illuminated LCD, features Front and Selectable Rear/Sub Line Outputs, steering wheel remote control add-on capability and will be introduced at a MSRP of $119.95.

The Arsenal KD-AR555 in-dash receiver is a single-zone variable color receiver including a high-amp USB Port with MP3/WMA playback capability, AUX input, Front and Selectable Rear/Sub Line Outputs, and steering wheel remote control add-on capability. The unit includes a manufacturer’s two year warranty and will carry a MSRP of $109.95.

The KD-R650 in-dash receiver includes a high-amp USB Port, AUX input and Pandora and iHeart Radio app control for iPhone (USB). It features Front and Selectable Rear/Sub Line Outputs and will be launched at a MSRP of $104.95.

All four models offer double the amount of preset EQ settings as last year and use illuminated USB ports.

They will join an overall lineup of nine Single-DIN CD receivers plus three new Digital Media (Mechless) receivers which will be formally announced at CES in January.

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