Boss Audio Systems BVB9351RC Car DVD Player with Backup Rearview Camera - Double Din, Bluetooth Audio Calling, 6.2 Inch LCD Touchscreen Monitor, MP3 CD DVD USB SD, Aux-in, AM FM Radio Receiver
- BLUETOOTH: Answer calls with just one push of a button. Make calls and be hands-free with no distractions. No need to hold your phone ever again. You can also play and control your music and apps like Spotify / Pandora wirelessly
- MEDIA PAYBACK: Watch your choice of videos through the DVD player, play music through your Bluetooth device, pop in a CD or use the USB and SD ports for more audio alternatives. Tune into the AM / FM radio stations for up to date music/news/sports and more
- AUXILIARY INPUT: This double din head unit is compatible with the audio output from smartphones as well as MP3 players. Even more ways to chill
- INPUTS: USB / SD, AUX input. Connect the included rear view camera and backup safely. The steering wheel interface allows you to use the existing functions on your steering wheel (interface module sold separately. We recommend the metra ASWC-1)
- OUTPUTS: Use the front, rear & subwoofer pre-amp outputs to hook up your speakers (front left / front right and rear left / rear right) and subwoofer. The video outputs allow you to connect multiple screens for more viewing capability
- POWER: You can get 80 watts x 4 Max power from the BVB9351RC to power your speakers. An amplifier is recommended to make sure your speakers are well powered
- EQUALIZER: Customize how you want to hear your music with the balance / fader / bass and treble and control it all with the wireless remote control from either inside or outside of your vehicle
- WARRANTY: BOSS Audio Systems provides a powerful 3-year platinum online dealer warranty so long as the purchase ss made through Amazon.com. We strongly encourage professional installation of this product to ensure proper and safe functionality
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Enjoy great music on the road with the boss audio BVB9351RC double-din DVD player with a 6.2-Inch touchscreen monitor. Slide in a DVD/CD, connect your smartphone or MP3 player to the auxiliary Input, turn on the am/FM radio or plug into the USB and SD ports for more music options. You can also charge USB devices with the USB port. Bluetooth technology lets you play and control music apps like Pandora and Spotify and make calls hands-free. Choose your sound style with the Built-in preset EQ. Control is at your fingertips with the wireless remote, your existing steering wheel controls (interface sold separately) or the touchscreen. Back up safely with the included rear camera. Get more music choice with the boss audio BVB9351RC. For further product details, please scroll down.
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(((Note::: Simply ground the (Brake) wire and it bypasses the parking brake issue. )))
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UPDATE: Touch screen stopped working after 2hrs of use.
Decent display, limited wallpaper options. Pro’s are definitely the DVD player! I don’t like that this unit is not sirius XM ready and that the USB don’t work with my iPod, other wise decent unit.
I ended up getting an upgraded version which I liked quite a bit more (BVB9364RC). The UI on the upgrade is much nicer, and I found that the upgrade had much better sound. That said, this version was pretty good for the price.
Instructions are in broken English so good luck trying to figure it out. I’ve set up dozens of stereos and this one made me want to jump off a bridge.
You get what you pay for that’s for sure.
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