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Jvc Kd-bt1 Barely Used Head Unit Faceplate Radio Cd Mp3 Receiver Honda Dual Din on

US $50.00

Chicago, Illinois, United States

Chicago, Illinois, United States
Used for a few months in my car, years ago
Brand:JVC Manufacturer Part Number:KD BT1 UPC:Does not apply

MP3 Bluetooth CD Receiver/Head Unit

This was used for a few months in a car of mine a few years ago.
I haven't turned it on since then, but it should still work fine.
It was one of the first MP3/CD/Radio Head Units with Bluetooth and USB support that was released.

You can hook your phone to it over Bluetooth and play songs and also make phone calls if you hook up a microphone.

Includes the remote (not pictured).
I'll also include my Honda trim kit (double din with a pocket).
It will also include the wire harness (it's been used once in my car, but is fine.)

It's pretty heavy, so I will send via Priority Mail.

Power Output: 200 W. Max (MOSFET 50W X 4), 20W X 4 RMS
Built-In Bluetooth® Wireless Technology
Hands Free Calling
Incoming Text Messaging Display
Audio Control and Streaming
Phonebook Transfer (Up to 5000 Numbers)Voice Recognition Dialing (Depends on Cell Phone)
Rear USB Port for Connecting USB Memory Drives, Digital Audio Players, or Portable HDD Devices up to 10 GB Capacity
Front and Rear Preouts
Subwoofer Output Terminals with Level/Frequency Control
TI/Burr-Brown 24-Bit DAC3-Band Parametric iEQ
Ready for iPod*SAT Radio Ready**AAC/WAV Compatibility
3-D Variable Color Display
MP3/WMA, CD/CD-R/CD-RW Compatible with ID3/WMA Tag
Rotary Encoder Multi-Control
Detachable Flip-Down Faceplate
Direct Track Access
HS-IV Tuner

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