The JVC KD AVX77 4-channel car DVD receiver, with a power output of 50 watts, plays loud audio. The inch LCD widescreen of this JVC Car DVD player. KD-AVX For installation and connections, refer to the separate manual. Para la instalación y las conexiones, refiérase al manual separado. Pour l’installation. KD-AVX Installation/Connection Manual. Manual de instalación/conexión. Manuel d’installation/raccordement. ENGLISH. This unit is designed to operate on.

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The detachable face panel of this 5.

The superwide screen is awkward for DVD playback, but allows for a fantastic level of customization. Bluetooth hands-free calling and audio streaming increase driver safety and add an additional audio source.

Awesome Player I was looking for a 1. Gesture controls are inconsistent.

Skip to main content. DVD playback features Dolby Digital 5. Most other 1 DINs out there were missing some of the features, and this is a beautiful addition to the dash and works like a charm.


I ran this unit for about two weeks and realized a mass amount of short comings. Another short coming was the units ipod interface. Bandersnatch is here to cap a twisted Cell phone text kx no show up or name of track with Bluetooth. This item doesn’t belong on this page.


Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on xvx77. The largest and most frustrating amongst it all was this units quality of Bluetooth audio streaming.

Continue to next page 01 Good technology for its time It can recognize gestures on touch screen to increase volume and skip track. Great sound, but it’s trapped in Apple’s world.

Bluetooth(R)/DVD/CD/USB Receiver – KD-AVX77 – Introduction

Nor radio station and song without the sat radio option. Mark Zuckerberg on Facebook’s Gigantic-screen phone for a gigantic price. The display features a proximity sensor that can be used to, for example, pop up the hidden onscreen controls when your hand approaches the screen during DVD playback. You can download custom backgrounds, adjust text and button color and design, and even customize the virtual button layout.

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There’s only one thing I can really say I was looking for a 1. Review Sections Review Specs. The Bad The superwide touch screen is too small for DVD playback and its awkward aspect ratio means that most films will be cropped, stretched, or shrunken. Audio RCA preamp outputs, for stereo front and rear and dedicated center channel and subwoofer outputs, allow for the use of external amplifiers for 5. The one you’ve been waiting for.

JVC KD-AVX77 5.4 inch Car DVD Player

However, where the El Kameleon’s touch screen comes into its own is with the customizable interface. Double Din 7″Android 8. A video input either works in conjunction with a reverse-gear signal lead to connect an optional rearview camera, or in conjunction with a stereo RCA line input to add an external video player.


Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion. The majority of the custom sound settings only are applicable when in the CD mode and do not carry over to any other source when selected.

A video output and a secondary stereo RCA output allow for the connection of external monitors or a rear-seat entertainment system. Video playback is only enabled when the vehicle is parked, so the e-brake signal lead must be tapped during installation.

A plethora of AV inputs and outputs provide many expandability options. The Avx77 also features touch gestures for basic commands, such as swirling a finger to quickly raise or lower the volume or swiping horizontally to skip back or forward. You may also like.

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