Released April, 2009
The Pros:Good value for the price, plenty of features that are usually only found in far more expensive units. Sound output is strong enough to drive after-market speakers well without an additional amp. Good clarity, don't get any distortion or loss of quality.
The Cons:Can't read compressed video files from a DVD. Reading files from the USB key often doesn't work, intermittent functionality. Interface is a little ugly looking, very boxy.
The Jensen UV9 is a 7” touchscreen A/V head unit that plays videos, music, and the radio. A step up from the UV8, this unit not only handles CDs, DVDs, and external media players (3.5mm front A/V input), but it also includes a USB interface that supports most flash memory devices and HDs.
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Plus, the unit comes equipped with a 160W amplifier, which is more than enough for a user – such as a Mother or Father – looking for family entertainment, but obviously not enough for an automobile audiophile; in which case the user can employ the unit’s front, rear, and subwoofer preamp outputs to hookup bigger, more powerful external amplifiers. Other notable components of the Jensen UV9 include a three-band equalizer, a wireless remote, and a Steering Wheel Control (SWC) interface (PAC SWIPS adapter required).
- 7” Touchscreen A/V Head Unit
- Standard Single DIN Size (Fits Any DASH)
- AM/FM Radio
- CD/DVD Playback
- 3-Band Equalizer
- Front, Rear And Subwoofer Line (RCA) Outputs
- Two Composite (RCA) Video Outputs For Additional Screens
- USB Interface
- SWC Interface (Adapter Required)
- GPS-Ready (NAV102 Sold Separately)
- Included 3.5mm Media Adapter Cable
- Supported Media: DVD-R/RW, CD-R/RW, USB
- Supported Formats: MPEG1/2, XviD, CDDA, MP3, WMA, VCD/SVCD, JPEG
User Reviews (1)
good value for the price, plenty of features that are usually only found in far more expensive units
sound output is strong enough to drive after-market speakers well without an additional amp
good clarity, don't get any distortion or loss of quality
sets up in the dash easily, no surprises along the way
can't read compressed video files from a DVD
reading files from the USB key often doesn't work, intermittent functionality
interface is a little ugly looking, very boxy
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