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JVC HEADUNITS

Discussion in 'Audio' started by Z3PR, Apr 4, 2002.

  1. Z3PR

    Z3PR Banned

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    What does everyone think of JVC ??? I've got the KD-LX50. I like it. You gotta hit a hard bump to get it to skip. The voice command is cool.
     
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    I sell JVC and have had pretty good luck with them. I prefer Panasonic units though. I do really like the new JVC LH1000 with the dot matrix display, MPS, and color changing face ;-)
     
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    What did you think of JVC's KD-LX50 ???
     
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    That was a nice piece and I didn't have to warranty many of them. Most were due to customer abuse anyways.
     
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    I really like the LX-50. It's so easy to use, has great sound, and ya gotta love the voice comman. It doesn't skip unless I hit a hard bump. I like the way it hides. I don't like the knob on the newer units. I had this head unit in my Beretta, but i sold that car. I'm a big fan of JVC ever sence I got my first one (KD-LX1). I still have that one in the family car. I used to only have Kenwood, but I really do like JVC now. I haven't had a problem with the KD-LX50, not even off road.
     
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    That is strange because most of my customers prefer the rotorary control.
     

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