Released August, 2009
The Pros:Plays a wide range of audio and video files. Audio output is clear and strong, sounds great on any speakers. Large number of add-on options, will run all of them simultaneously with no problems.
The Cons:Wallpapers and buttons are fairly plain and boring looking. Buttons on the touch screen are a little small, hard to hit sometimes.
The Jensen UV10 is a mid-range single-DIN car audio receiver featuring a 7" touch screen. Its single USB 2.0 port allows it to directly interface with any USB flash/hard drive as well as iPods while its Aux input allows it to playback music from other mp3 players.
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Meanwhile, the UV10 boasts the ability to handle not only CDs and CD-Rs but also DVDs and DVD-Rs, boasting full video playback.
The UV10's USB port allows users to play wma, mp3 and video files directly while also providing full iPod integration, displaying song information and album art on its 7" touchscreen and charging the iPod's battery as well. Its Aux port allows the UV10 to play audio from any source containing a standard 3.5mm headphone jack including mp3 players and cellphones. Additionally, the UV10 offers standard CD playback as well as CD-R playback while also providing full DVD support for watching movies on long trips.
- 7" touch screen high resolution display
- USB 2.0 port for flash drive, iPod compatibility
- Power management charges iPod while connected
- Aux port offers support for mp3 players/cellphones
- CD/CD-R, DVD/DVD-R, MP3, WMA, MPEG, MPEG2 compatible
- Remote control included
- Built in MOSFET powered amplifier
User Reviews (4)
plays a wide range of audio and video files
audio output is clear and strong, sounds great on any speakers
large number of add-on options, will run all of them simultaneously with no problems
remote is well designed, easy to hold and has in-depth controls
dual USB ports enable a number of setups with add-ons, iPod interface and USB storage devices
wallpapers and buttons are fairly plain and boring looking
buttons on the touch screen are a little small, hard to hit sometimes
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