Experience a new dimension of in-car entertainment with the JVC KDR446 receiver. The receiver is packed to the hilt with innumerable features to give you the best sonic experience, period.
The JVC KD-R446 has a MOS-FET Power Amplifier with a configuration of 50Wx4 maximum power to drive you speakers to the max. With a 4.8V Line and Subwoofer Pre-Out Level as well as Pre-Output Terminals with Rear and Subwoofer Selectable, it is very easy to connect your subwoofers according to your wish to the unit. It also comes with a subwoofer control for easy control of your music.
The unit is power packed with features to ensure maximum playability of your music. It features a CD drive which can play normal audio CDs as well as MP3 and WMA filesfrom a CD. The front USB portsupports USB mass storage devices and can also play MP3 files and WMA files. The unit has a display unit which can show information from MP3 and WMA files with ID3 tags. To allow you even more freedom, it contains an AUX Input in the front to connect other devices to play music from. It also has an inbuilt high quality HS-IVi Tuner to allow you to tune into radio stations with minimal noise from interference. It also comes with a radio timer. The JVC KD-R446 allows you to tune your sound exactly the way you want it. It comes with a 3-Band Parametric iEQ and also supports Easy EQ as well as Source Link EQ. The unit features a Loudness Control as well as a High-Pass/Low-Pass Filter.
The JVC KD-R446 has connectivity options galore too. It can connect to an Android smartphone over Bluetooth with the optional KS-BTA100 Bluetooth Adapter. The JVC Smart Music Control app and the JVC Music Control app for Android can be used to control the music. The JVC Playlist Creator for Windows application can be used to create playlists from your favourite music files too. The unit weighs 1640 gms and uses 1-DIN Slot in your car.
The JVC KD-R446 comes with a 2 years warranty to ensure complete peace of mind.
Originating in 1927, Victor Corporation of Japan, Ltd, which is usually referred to as JVC is a Japanese consumer and professional electronics corporation based in Yokohama, Japan. The company is best known for introducing television sets to Japan and for developing the VHS format of video recorders. JVC is famous for its video recorders, video cameras and is the inventor of hard disk camcorders.
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