JVC KWNT30HD 6.1-Inch 2-DIN Navigation Touch HD Radio
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- On-Board Flash Memory Based Navigation System (Whole map coverage preinstalled)
- High-Sensitivity WAAS Capable GPS
- Coverage: United States, Alaska, Hawaii, Canada, and Puerto Rico
- StreetDirector Assistant
- Voice Guidance (English/Spanish/French)
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This unit gets a 1 star from me for shipping with old maps (at least 2-3 years old when I got mine), and what's worse, no available updates. JVC tells me to check with Navteq, Navteq tells me to check with JVC. I'm pretty sure they are *never* going to release an update. What earthly good is a GPS without current maps?
This is my last JVC product. Fool me once...
I've been nothing but happy with it so far. We can switch easily between phones, it displays our names and all we have to do is click on the phone we want to use. The GPS works great, the sound is lovely, and the UI is snappy. We tested several units in the store that were sluggish, but this guy responded quickly to all our button presses. A responsive UI is a requirement for me, I want to spend as little time thinking about my radio as possible while I'm driving.
Something I found neat, is that when I hook the iPhone up via USB, album art work displays on the screen. While that is no where near a necessity, it is a neat little feature. Using the iPhone from the receive isn't bad. I have tons of music (over 30GB on an iPhone 4S) and I have had no problem finding an album and getting it to play. It isn't as smooth and lovely as navigating the iPhone directly, but it gets the job done without too much fuss.
Oh, another fun feature is that with the right cable, you can display movies on the screen from your iPhone. This is a feature I tested to make sure it works, but I am almost never sitting around in the car long enough for this to be useful.
1 My Ford truck has the SYNC system, and the stock radio is highly integrated with the vehicle and the SYNC system. Putting in an aftermarket system is more complicated than just a straight up swap. You need to get all the crap that connects the radio to the SYNC so that SYNC still works - required for safety reasons.
2 #1 lead to a bunch of other issues I wasn't expecting. A) you cannot connect the factory backup camera to this radio because it's "integrated with SYNC". B) Although all of the Sirius stuff was already there - you cannot use it because it's "integrated with SYNC" (now I have 2 satellite antennas on the roof)
3 SYNC no longer has its stock radio to work with so it behaves badly at times. For example it continuously scans and tries to connect bluetooth devices. This causes problems with my blackberry which works fine with the JVC unit, but is constantly interrupted by SYNC.
None of this is the fault of the JVC - just a warning that getting the JVC to work requires your vehicle to cooperate.
On the good side.....I had the steering wheel control installed and it actually works really well. It does much more than the factory controls were able to do.
THE SD CARD IS AMAZING!! All of my cd's on the SD card that slides into the removable faceplate. Supereasy!! Navigating through the files on the card is really easy and has brought my extensive library of discs back to life.
The navigation is pretty cool, but i haven't really been able to put it to a test in an unknown area yet.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Awesome Nav. Everything you could ask for. Nav/DVD/CD/SDCard great price.Published 6 months ago by Zachary G.
This unit was supposed to be refurbished, up to date and ready to go. The maps on the GPS didn't show a lot of streets, some which have been here for 7 or 8 years. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Coyote
Great unit, except for the female voice always telling me to obey the speed limit is rather annoying. There may be a way to turn her off but i thew the manual away as I am a man.Published 13 months ago by Robert Loegering
Well worth the money! USB, AUX and DVD/CD capabilities. I was sold when I found out that the face is detachable. That was a big selling point for me. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Jamsheddy
I have had the worse experience of my life with this radio and with the seller.
My radio still don't work properly and i am about to get rid of it.
This unit has one MAJOR flaw. No map updates. You are instructed to go to Navteq.com but their site does not list this model or any updates for JVC unit starting with model... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Wooty