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JVC KWNT500HDT 6.1" Bluetooth/HD Radio with TTN + DVD/CD/USB/SD Navigation

by JVC
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  • Navigation DVD receiver with AM/FM tuner with Bluetooth, USB, and HD Radio & Traffic tuner
  • Built-in amplifier (20 watts RMS CEA-2006/50 peak x 4 channels)
  • 6.1" color touchscreen
  • Built-in Bluetooth for hands-free calling and music streaming
  • Built-in HD Radio tuner
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JVC KWNT500HDT 6.1" Bluetooth/HD Radio with TTN + DVD/CD/USB/SD Navigation + JVC KSU49 USB Audio/Video Cable for iPod/iPhone + Metra Axxess ASWC-1 Universal Steering Wheel Control Interface
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  • Brand Name: JVC
  • Model Number: KWNT500HDT

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High Quallity, Brand New, MOBILE,6.1" GPS/HD/BT/DVD


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Item Weight6 pounds
Product Dimensions6 x 11 x 9 inches
Item model numberKWNT500HDT
Depth (inches)10 inches
  
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ASINB0079LGI5Y
Best Sellers Rank #107,065 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First AvailableFebruary 15, 2012
  
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Steve on June 14, 2012
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Alright, where to start; this unit is AWESOME! I am also a proud owner of the original navigation headunit by JVC, the KW-NT1, which is still running strong after 4+ years. As i expected, this unit has loads of improvements over the older models, and all of the features are very robust and user-friendly.
MY SETUP DETAILS:
- Installed on a 2008 Honda Accord 4dr EX-L V6 Auto, with Premium Audio and 6-CD changer (now removed). I purchased a Scosche HA1707DCDGB Custom Honda double-din Dash Plate to fit my car.
- I purchased Metra 70-1730 Wiring Harness for Factory-Amplified 2008+ Honda (only for cars with premium audio). I also bought Metra 70-1729 Wiring Harness Non-Amplified version, just in case, and it turned out to be a good thing; i stole two pins from this to add Steering Wheel Controls to the Amplified harness.
- I got the Metra 40-HD10 2005+ Honda Antenna Adapter, which works great, and i have no issues with weak antenna signal.
- For the responsible and intuitively safe drivers among us, i also got the MicroBypass Parking Brake Override (if you want to use video features while driving); on the old KW-NT1 model, i just connected the parking brake signal wire to ground, and that worked fine; probably would have worked fine here as well.
- I used Metra Axxess ASWC Steering Wheel Control Interface (if you have steering wheel controls), and this worked flawlessly once i added the two pins to the wiring harness. Search DriveAccord.net for pin numbers and details on Honda vehicles.
- I would recommend buying CablesToGo 03181 RCA Audio Splitter/Combiner (1x Mono RCA to 2x Stereo RCA Adapter), this headunit has a Left and Right subwoofer RCA connector on it, but the Metra harness only has one RCA connector; buying this splitter should balance out the bass.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Uwillie on March 17, 2013
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I own two JVC KW-NT3HDT navi receivers and purchased this on the demonstrated strengths of the NT3HDT's. While the 500 has a lot more pixels in its screen and much better negotiation of directory structure in the thumb drives or SD media cards, it is truly disappointing in their revised GPS software. All these recent units use NAVTEQ data for the GPS. That data is more than complete, and it allows naming virtually every street, lane, etc. in the US. The problem is that there is a bug or overt omission in the 500's GPS software that makes it refuse to name any local street unless you are traveling on it. For individuals who make their own route plans and use the GPS just to stay oriented, the absence of street names makes the unit virtually useless. To add insult to injury, I called JVC Customer Service about this problem. The first call resulted in an admonition that the unit wouldn't work unless the Vehicle Speed Sensor line was hooked up. In my car that is a very demanding job, and shouldn't be needed when using a 12 channel GPS with WAAS capability. I called three more times, and was informed that the mandate for the speed sensor line was obviated by the latest firmware update (which I had already done). I was finally connected with a "supervisor" named Joe who allowed that my unit was functioning the same as a new unit (KW-NT810HDT) that was on his desk, and that it was unlikely that JVC would see it necessary to change their software to meet my expectations, even though the previous instruments did perform flawlessly. Since the GPS portion of the unit is defective, I am attempting to return this unit. If you want a unit that has good audio and good management of directories, you can buy a lot cheaper panel unit than the 500 or the 800 or the 810.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Joe on May 31, 2012
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I love this head unit. Very fast at booting up. GPS lock is on really fast as well. Traffic updates are a nice touch when your in a total traffic network. The GPS also has a set of known traffic cameras and will warn you as you near one. HD radio is extremely clear and you see the title of the song, artist, and sometimes the album artwork. The siriusXM is a nice touch. So many options for entertainment from it. IPod integration is simple, if you just want to play music, I heart radio, or pandora, you just need a normal iPod cable to the USB port. The special cable is for video.
I have a backup camera hooked up and if you use the wire taps for the reverse light, the screen changes straight to it.
Only negatives I have for the unit is that I can't find an option to make u-turns illegal. I live in New Jersey and every u-turn is illegal.
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4 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Mather R Glaeser on November 19, 2012
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I'm not going to speak to anything but the quality of the GPS as that was the primary purpose we bought this unit for. The quality of the instruction, visuals, and execution is very good. You will understand what it is telling you what to do. The issue I have with this deck is that it is missing a large percentage of cities in its database in the Minneapolis/St.Paul metro area. The addresses are in the GPS you just can't find them. For instance Apple Valley address (est.1969 pop. of 50,000 people) show up under St.Paul. Another example is Maple Grove (est.1954 pop.62,000) addresses show up under Osseo. Other cities I have found missing Brooklyn Park, Brooklyn Center, Bloomington, and Plymouth. I of course haven't checked every city in the area but I can assure you all of these cities are big enough to show up in a GPS with 10s of thousands of residence each.

So in my opinion a $700-$900 Navigation unit should make you guess what city that is close to your destination has the address you are looking for. The other issue is the GPS only lets you set navigation by:
1.) Browsing the map (kind of useless if you don't know where you are going)
2.) Entering an address starting with the City (again not good if you city is missing)
3.) Using Lat. Long. (I'm not going to always have the internet available to convert and address to coordinates)

In all honesty I have seen some addresses show up in other GPS units in the wrong city, but
1.) at least the city I was looking for was in the database and
2.) I always had the option to search via ZIP code.

If this unit let you search by ZIP code it would work fine, as it is the navigation is basically useless so I have wasted $1000 ($700 for the navigation $300 for the install and parts).
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