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BOSS Audio Systems BV9358B Car DVD Player - Double Din, Bluetooth Audio and Calling, 6.2 Inch LCD Touchscreen Monitor, MP3 Player, CD, DVD, WMA, USB, SD, Auxiliary Input, AM FM Radio Receiver
|Brand||BOSS Audio Systems|
|Are Batteries Included||No|
|Display Size||6.2 inches LCD|
|Human Interface Input||Touchscreen, Buttons|
|Product Dimensions||7 x 6.5 x 3.9 inches; 4.41 Pounds|
|Mounting Type||Free standing|
About this item
- Bluetooth - Answer / make calls and be hands-free with no distractions. The built-in microphone picks up your voice and your car speakers let you hear the person on the other side. Play and control your music and apps like Spotify / Pandora wirelessly
- Media Playback - Watch your choice of videos through the DVD player, play music through your bluetooth device, pop in a CD or use the USB/SD ports for more audio alternatives. Tune into the AM/FM radio stations for up to date music/news/sports
- Auxiliary - Compatible with the audio output from smartphones as well as MP3 Players
- Inputs - USB, SD, auxiliary, audio/video, rear and front camera (Camera sold separately). 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 output allows you to connect an extra screen for more viewing capability
- Power - You can get 80 watts x 4 Max Power from the BV9358B 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 is made through Amazon.com. We strongly encourage professional installation of this product to ensure proper and safe functionality
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Get more digital music options with the Boss Audio BV9358B DVD Player with a 6.2-inch Digital LED Touchscreen.
Slide in a CD/DVD, turn on the AM/FM radio, hook up your smartphone or MP3 player through the Aux-in or plug into the USB/SD ports. Charge USB devices with the USB port.
Bluetooth technology lets you play and control music apps and make calls hands-free. Easily change up your music with your existing Steering Wheel Controls or the Touchscreen.
- Bluetooth - Make and receive calls, play and control music and apps like Spotify/Pandora wirelessly
- Plays CD/DVD/MP3/USB/SD and Smartphones
- Inputs: USB, SD, Aux, Rear Camera, Steering Wheel Control, USB Charging
- Outputs: Video, Front, Rear and Sub Pre-Amp
- 80 Watts x 4 Max Power
- Bass/Treble/Balance/Fader Controls and Preset Built-in EQ
- Switchable US & Europe Tuner Frequencies
- Wireless Remote
Bluetooth enabled for wireless hands-free calling and speaker listening when paired with a smartphone.
Bluetooth Stream and Control
Wirelessly stream audio via Bluetooth so you can listen to streaming music services such as Spotify and Pandora and control the track & volume up/down and play/pause through your system.
Supports USB flash drive files up to 32 GB for music playback on units without monitors and music, photo and video playback on units with monitors.
Charge USB connected devices through the built-in 1A charger.
The Aux Input allows you to connect to the audio output of an external device such as an MP3 Player or Smartphone so you can enjoy your music through your system.
SD Memory Card Port
Supports SD memory cards up to 32 GB for music playback on units without monitors and music, photo and video playback on units with monitors.
This unit's Pre-Amp outputs let you expand your system by adding up to 2 amps and/or signal processors.
Steering Wheel Controls
Control this unit using the vehicle's existing steering wheel control buttons. An additional interface (sold separately) is required. We recommend the Metra ASWC.
Built-in Preset EQ
The built-in Preset EQ allows you to choose from preset EQ curves for a variety of music styles such as Rock or Pop.
ID3 Tag allows the audio file to store and display additional data such as title, artist, album, track number and more.
Digital Touchscreen TFT Widescreen display panel with innovative graphic interface for touch control of many of this unit's features and functions.
Wireless Remote Control
A wireless remote control offers access to key functions from the palm of your hand.
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Enjoy movies, music or talk radio when you hit the road with the BOSS AUDIO SYSTEMS BV9358B Double-DIN DVD Player with a 6.2-inch Touchscreen Monitor. Pop 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 it all with the Wireless Remote, your existing Steering Wheel Controls (interface sold separately) or the Touchscreen. Enjoy more entertainment choices with the BOSS AUDIO SYSTEMS BV9358B. For further product details, please scroll down.
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The design ergonomics are horrible.
To use the aux cord input you have to pull back a plastic flap. Which is a nightmare, due to it not pulling out all of the way.
The stereos UI is horrible.bit looks ugly and is slow. Good luck trying to turn down the volume quickly. I have to turn it several times before it responds.
Touch screen is also not calibrated correctly. I have tried recalibrating the screen several times.
The stereo advertises 320 watts Max Peak. That is NOT RMS. I have installed in my vehicle 4- "6.5" speakers with a RMS rating of 40 watts per speaker.
If I turn up the volume on the flat preset with NO loudness, it starts to horribly distort at about 33 volume.
The DVD player freezes constantly and the Screen quality is garbage! Very pixelated and low resolution.
The stereo also advertises that it plays mpeg-4/ mp4, Avi files. What a joke. No it does not. I've tried so many times with different formats and resolutions. I just doesn't work.
Overall I would NOT recommend this product to anyone. It's complete trash! Stay away!
First thing I'd suggest is that if you are installing this yourself, and don't do it for a living, get the correct accessories for your particular vehicle.
In my case, I contacted Scosche.com (they sell antenna cable adapters, mounting frames, wiring harness adapters). I couldn't find the correct one on their website, so I chatted with support. I was told to get a particular antenna adapter, but it was the wrong one, ended up purchasing locally at a car stereo install shop. Also got the mounting frame there.
Once I had all that, I began the install. Taking the old radio out seems to start with removing the back bumper! Well, not that bad, but on a Saturn Vue, you have to remove the bezel around the stick shift, disconnect the cables, unscrew 4 screws, two of which are about an inch past the end of your fingers, and if you drop one you'll never see it again, then YANK WITH ALL YOUR MIGHT on the bezel around the radio (center console). If it makes a noise like it's going to explode into a million pieces, you're good! You'll also need to bend your arm in 3 places to remove the cables from the center console. Now that you've accomplished that, removing the old radio is a matter of unscrewing 4 screws and sliding it out.
First thing I noticed is that there's a plastic panel behind the back of the stock radio. There are some holes cut in it for the stock radio cables, but they don't line up with the RCA connectors on the BOSS radio. Had to hold a piece of wood behind the plastic (with my arm bent in 4 places) while drilling a succession of holes to make a larger opening for the RCA cables, including the one for input from the backup camera. I managed to do that without drilling a hole in my hand or the critical cabling behind the radio. Also, there's a pre-drilled hole for a rubber piece that stabilizes the back side of the stock radio. Only problem with the BOSS radio is that its rubber piece is off by an inch to the northwest. Had to drill another 1/2" hole for that.
I wanted to retain the stock wiring harness connectors, in case I ever sell this vehicle and decide to keep the BOSS for another car. I couldn't get the proper wiring harness converter in time, so I tapped the existing wires to the harness that came with the unit. If you use "T-Taps" be sure to crimp them correctly, I guess I didn't do so connecting the front-left speaker. I re-crimped it, and all was well.
My old display for my backup camera (from a previous vehicle) automatically sensed that a video signal was present, and if the display was powered on, it would switch to the backup camera video feed. Not so with the BOSS -- you have to run another cable that provides 12 volts from the backup lights. In the Saturn, you have two choices to find that - all the way in the back of the car on the backup light, or under the car on the transmission where the actual backup switch lives. BOSS also decided to provide that connection in a wire that just comes out of the back of the unit, not on the wiring harness. If you go this route, I suggest purchasing some male-female spade lugs so you can disconnect it without cutting wires. There are two more wires/cables coming out of this area, one for a "parking brake" signal that will keep you from watching DVDs while driving, and another one that connects to a magic box that will make the buttons on the steering wheel work with the unit. Since I couldn't find the parking brake switch wire, I just connected that wire to the ground frame of the unit. I won't be watching DVDs on the thing while driving anyway, probably won't EVER watch a DVD on it. I didn't buy the magic box, so mine doesn't work with the steering wheel buttons - no biggie, as the controls on the radio are only a foot to the right of said buttons.
Here are my impressions, once I got it installed:
* Worked right off the bat with my phone via bluetooth. I haven't tried streaming from the phone, but making and receiving calls works fine.
* Sounded fine with the stock speakers in the Vue. It has a pretty extensive graphic equalizer and balance/fade control that let me center the sound on the driver's seat (I'm usually the only one in the car) and compensate for the frequency range of the speaker system.
* The user interface isn't TOO bad -- but, more on that below.
* Played an old CD-RW I made years ago with a couple of hundred MP3s on it - I've got quite a few and was hoping they'd be recognized.
* The "home" page on the user interface has enough room for the 9 options, but, for some reason, the BOSS programmers thought they'd take up the top half of the screen with the current time and make you scroll through 2 pages to see all the buttons. Since I don't have the backup signal wire connected yet, it takes 3 button presses or screen taps to get to the backup camera.
* When the backup camera is selected, it quits playing whatever you're listening to. You have to press 3 more times to get back to the CD player, and it has to re-read the entire CD directory before it resumes the song you were on. It *should* be able to keep playing while you're checking the backup camera.
* The user's manual is written in some kind of Google-translated Chinese to English. BOSS seems to have native English speakers updating its website, you'd think they'd have native English speakers to rewrite their manuals. Here's an example for the radio scan function: "Touch this button can scan the stations from 1-6..." More an annoyance than anything.
* Hands-free microphone - It's a tiny hole next to the slot for the CD/DVD. There is no provision for an external mic. Folks I've called say it sounds like I'm in a tunnel. There doesn't seem to be any place in the setup menus to increase the sensitivity of the mic. If you plan on making calls while on a road trip, this might not be the unit for you.
I've only had this in the car for a day, so I may discover other pros/cons as I live with it for a while. I'll update this review if anything new pops up.
I gave it 3 stars, mostly because of the weak microphone and the delay switching to/from the backup camera. One would think that the software would already have the contents of the CD scanned and saved in memory, and be able to detect that the disk had not been changed. but it doesn't. It shouldn't need to re-scan the disk, and it should be able to continue playing music while in backup mode. It may be that when it senses the backup camera signal, it DOESN'T stop playing, but I won't know for sure until I get that connected. *** UPDATE *** Sensing the backup camera signal doesn't stop playing music, but it DOES reduce the audio volume, I guess so you can clearly hear the screams of the person you're backing up over.
************************* UPDATED 7/22/2019 *************************
I've had this in my car for 4 months now, and have gotten used to it. I dropped the recommendation down to 2 stars.
There are a few more annoyances...
* The hands-free microphone is awful. People can barely hear you if the car's moving. I contacted BOSS tech support, and there's no provision for increasing the sensitivity or adding an external mic. Don't buy this if you're primarily interested in hands-free conversations while driving.
* There's an annoying drop-out when listening to streaming bluetooth music and the source updates the text on the screen (artist, album, station). It takes about a half-second. I've noticed it with the Sirius XM app and with browser-based streaming.
* It always "forgets" your volume setting when you start up the vehicle - goes back to very quiet.
* Occasionally (4 or 5 times in the past 4 months), it just powers itself off and loses all your settings. That could be a bad connection on the 12V power source, but it's more likely that the processor in the thing just loses its mind.
Hey, it was the cheapest touch-screen/bluetooth/backup camera/CD-MP3 player radio on Amazon when I bought it. If I had it to do over again, I'd go for a little higher end radio, one with an external microphone. I'm kind of handy, so after the warranty runs out, I may open the thing up and add an external mic to it (The Saturn has a mic for OnStar, I might see if I can wire that in -- my experience with those is that they are very good).
I wouldn't recommend it now, unless you're looking to get the cheapest radio/backup camera/streamer you can find.
Wish you could turn the volume down more. On 1 it's still loud! Static during movies. You have to turn the volume up to overpower it
By Chrystal on August 18, 2018
Wish you could turn the volume down more. On 1 it's still loud! Static during movies. You have to turn the volume up to overpower it
When I plug my iPhone 8 into the front usb, it charges slowly, but I can't play music that way. Have to use Bluetooth, but I knew that ahead of time. The bluetooth doesn't cut out at all yet. Phone clarity using the built in mic is fine. My wife said it sounds the same as the factory setup in my Lincoln MKS, which is pretty good. There is a wire to add an external mic if you wanted to, but I don't see the need currently. Haven't tested the SD card or USB because I won't use it anyway. There is nothing else out there that would work like this for 70 bucks imo. Time will tell, will update if needed.
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