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JVC KD-HDR60 USB/CD Receiver with HD Radio Tuner and iTunes Tagging

by JVC

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  • HD radio, AM/FM radio, CD, CD-R/RW, MP3/WMA, USB receiver
  • 4 x 50 Watts MOSFET amplifier with front/subwoofer preamp outputs
  • Detachable face with DOT display and Separated Variable Color illumination
  • Front-panel auxiliary input and USB port, iPod direct control
  • Add optional JVC modules for Bluetooth, SAT Radio
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Technical Details
Item Weight3.8 pounds
Product Dimensions7.5 x 2.3 x 0.2 inches
Item model numberKDHDR60
Warranty1 Year Manufacturer's Warranty
  
Additional Information
ASINB0035KDK72
Best Sellers Rank #51,529 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight6 pounds
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableDecember 19, 2005
  
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: JVC
  • Model: KDHDR60
  • Warranty: 1 Year Manufacturer's Warranty

Product Description

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JVC's KD-HDR60 gives you HD Radio and plenty more. It plays back CDs, MP3/WMA files from disc or USB devices, offers direct control of iPods/iPhones, a front-panel auxiliary input, and then some. You can also easily add satellite radio for more entertainment options, or Bluetooth for hands-free calling and other benefits.

HD Radio and plenty more. Click to enlarge.

Wireless remote included.

Add Bluetooth with the JVC KS-BTA200 adapter.

Personalize your stereo to match your vehicle's interior illumination colors.

Discover More Content and Listening Options With HD Radio
HD Radio is a Digital Broadcast technology that enables high-quality sound with crystal clear reception, low noise, and no audio distortion.

Multicasting allows more accesible stations that contain additional music format, genre, and talk radio options that have, until now, never been heard through other radio broadcast mediums.

HD Radio is being broadcast in over 200 major U.S. Markets and growing. It is completely free of charge--all you need is a HD Radio-enabled stereo.

And of course, you can still tune into your favorite AM and FM stations.

iTunes Tagging
iTunes Tagging lets you "tag" songs you hear on local HD Radio stations so you can purchase them later from the iTunes store.

Separated Variable Color
The KD-HDR60 features a Full-Dot LCD with JVC's Separated Variable-Color. Personalize your stereo to match your vehicle's interior illumination colors. Separated variable color lets you use two separate colors from a choice of over 30,000 options to create your own color scheme.

CD and USB Audio
Play back your favorite CDs and CD-R/RW discs, or go with a USB thumb drive or other USB device for enjoyment of your MP3 or WMA audio files. You can also pop in a CD-R full of digital audio files if you'd prefer that route.

An advanced multi-bit analog-to-digital converter provides a solid sound base, and you can perfect it with the seven-band EQ. For quiter listening, a Loudness function is provided, to ensure you still get some low-end and dynamics.

USB Audio and Video for iPod/iPhone
The USB connection for iPod/iPhone provides clear digital sound directly from your iPod or iPhone. While your device is in use, it also receives a charge, so it's ready to step out of the car when you do. Since the KD-R810 features two USB ports, you can connect two different iPods, or a USB device along with an iPod.

With External Mode for iPod, you can also enjoy sound from your favorite iPod/iPhone apps in your vehicle, such as Internet radio, games, video, or navigation apps.

MOSFET Power
You'll get plenty of volume with the built-in 50W x 4 MOSFET amplifier, along with clean, efficient power and performance. 2.5V front and subwoofer preamp outputs are also provided,

Auxiliary Input
A 3.5mm front-panel aux input lets you connect most any device, such as MP3 Players or iPods/iPhones, for enjoyment through the receiver.

SAT Radio Ready
If you'd like to add still more entertainment options to your vehicle, add an optional SIRIUS/XM Satellite radio solution from JVC.

Bluetooth Ready
You can also add the JVC KS-BTA200 Bluetooth adapter to enjoy hands-free calling, voice recognition, phonebook transfer, and other great features for your cellular device.

What's in the Box
KD-HDR60 Receiver, Wireless Remote, Sleeve/Trim Ring, Wiring Harness, Installation Hardware, User's Manual/Intallation Manual, Warranty Info

Product Description

JVC KD-HDR60 CD Player KDHDR60 Car Stereo Receivers

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Customer Reviews

The value that JVC built into this unit is simply amazing.
jflogel
It is also very user friendly and easy to use without use of the instruction manual.
Kamau Osborne
The radio unit sounds great and the stereo separation is very good.
Ripley558

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31 of 31 people found the following review helpful By K. howard on March 19, 2010
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You can't beat this product for the price.

The FM quality is very good, very clear.
I can pick up stations that I was unable to receive before (too weak of a signal--maybe my other head unit was going bad?).
The HD is very cool; crystal clear and a wider stereo effect.
Downside to HD is that it drops out when signal is weak.
4GB usb thumbdrive worked flawlessly.
The overall sound is very good, in my opinion.
I have the option to upgrade to bluetooth and sat radio as well.
I am very satisfied.

On the downside, I find the menu and buttons cumbersome.
Some of the buttons are too small, the menus are not intuitive, etc.
The remote is VERY basic.
Still, I am very satisfied.

I give it a 5 because of the price and options.
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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Straker H. Carryer on May 7, 2010
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After spending a couple weeks doing research on HD radio receivers (with it BUILT-IN, not "capable") at retail stores like Best Buy and online, I bit the bullet on this unit through Amazon. The unit shipped fast, and there were instructions to install (it also comes with everything necessary but the wire harness), as well as a 1 year warranty.

I bought this unit because it was the cheapest unit with all the features I wanted (HD Radio & USB), and also because I love the colors and way that radio presets are handled -- instead of there only being 6 buttons along the bottom so that each band can only have 6 presets like most other receivers, this unit just has an up and down arrow which you cycle through for each FM band, and has up to 18 presets for each -- and I use that amount! Also, the unit can auto-detect usb/aux inputs which is cool.

While I love many features of this unit, I do have a few issues...first of all, don't be sucked into all this "capable" BS. Bluetooth capable, etc means you need to purchase a $60-80 add-on; it is cheaper (and less of a hassle) to just buy a unit with bluetooth built in. Secondly, the way usb is handled is sort of...terrible. The navigation is just flat out awful (and I'm a computer scientist; I'm supposed to be good at this stuff!) and after reading the manual just realized it is easier to simply use the usb port as a charger, and then use the aux input to play audio so that I can control everything from my device (a blackberry). Sad, but it really is much simpler...Lastly, the remote is pretty basic and unneeded; still, I am not a fan of remotes for car stereos, so maybe I am just biased.

All in all, I recommend this unit, especially because of its low price.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Dig The Dome on August 17, 2010
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I wanted this for the HD radio and USB feature first and the .mp3 CD next. The USB is awesome when used with a thumb drive. I like listening to certain pod casts and the thumb drive is the way to go while driving. When you are done you can delete the pod cast and replace it with another. I live in the Atlanta metro area and HD radio is plentiful, but like others have mentioned if the signal isn't just right you get nothing unless it is a simulcast with an analog FM station. The item description mentions something about IPOD, but I try to stay away from proprietary technology and opt for more of the open source style products.

Pros:
1) USB - the thumbdrive capability is perfect for updating music as the need/want arises and for listening to pod casts.
2) Audio (sound) quality rocks
3) .mp3 capability - both USB and CD - I have my base set of music on CD and the pod casts and changing music tastes on the thumbdrive.
4) ease of installation (it did replace a 13 yr old JVC)
5) can add satellite radio and/or blue tooth (blue tooth a definite possibility...)
6) Remote control is small, but for raising and lowering volume or changing tracks/stations it is perfect. Any additional capability would detract from driving safety. Nothing else should be done while driving anyway. My remote from the old unit is bigger and I will still be using it as I am used to all the buttons' locations.

Cons:
1) Wish I had been able to learn more first hand how well HD radio is implemented in Atlanta. The technology may just not be up to par yet. Others have mentioned about HD signals are either there or not. It is not unusual for the HD signal to fade and the audio to just drop without warning.
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Joel Kolstad VINE VOICE on September 11, 2010
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This is generally a fine radio and I agree with the other reviewers' sentiments that its sound quality is very good and it's a great bang for the buck.

But there's one BIG problem.

If you connect it to a Sirius Stiletto radio via the KS-SRA100 adapter and an SCVDOC1, the KD-HDR60 will never "see" the Sirius radio. The problem appears to be that the Stiletto takes too long to enter "Sirius Connect" mode, so the KD-HDR60 times out.

Note that it *can* successfully control an SC-C1 without problems.

Also note that the documentation both for the KD-HDR60 and KS-SRA100 clearly states that a KS-SRA100 to SCVDOC1 connection is *supposed* to work.

I've isolated this problem to the head unit by trying multiple Stilettos, multiple docks, multiple KS-SRA100's, and even a second JVC radio (the KD-S26). *It all cases, the radio can successfully connect to an SC-C1, and in no cases can it reliably connect to a Stiletto/SC-VDOC1.*

Indeed, if you start with an SC-C1 connected and then *hot-plug the KS-SRA100's connector from the SC-C1 to the SC-VDOC1* the Stiletto will now work just fine until you power-cycle the KD-HDR60 (...at which point you'll get the infamous "RESET 8" message).

I've now spent about half an hour talking to JVC about this. They're aware of the problem and agree it's possible this particular configuration just wasn't tested as "almost everyone" is using the SC-C1 these days. They're looking into what it would take to fix it... so at the moment I'm crossing my fingers!

I have been quite pleased that JVC is at least willing to work with me on this rather than just completely ignoring the problem as some large companies might.
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