Released February, 2009
The Pros:Sounds great even with the original factory-installed speakers, excellent clarity. Video quality is sharp and clear with no skipped frames. Anti-skipping on disc playback is great even when driving over rough terrain.
The Cons:Not capable of big, loud volume output without an additional amp.
The JVC KD-DV5500 is a automotive in-dash CD/DVD receiver. It is capable of playing WAV/MP3/WMA/MPEG1 and is compatible with burned DVD/CD discs and there is a front auxillary input making it easy to connect a digital audio player with a 1/8" jack.
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It is satellite radio and CD changer ready and can also be connected to an iPod, with additional adapter. The MOS-FET power amp and 24-bit DAC gives great sound for music and movies putting out 50 watts maximum or 20 watts RMS output to 4 channels and there is a built in 3 band EQ. There is no display to watch movies, but it has a composite video output as well as a pair of line outputs and an optical digital out. There is a dot-matrix display and the unit comes with a wireless remote control.
- MOS-FET 50W x 4 (20W RMS x 4)
- GIGA MP3 MULTI
- WAV/MP3/WMA/MPEG1, 2 Compatible (DVD/CD)
- Ready for iPod (Using KS-PD100 iPod adapter)
- CD Changer Ready
- SAT Radio Ready
- 3-Band Parametric iEQ
- Dolby Digital
- Front AUX-IN (Audio)
- Output Terminals (Line x 1 Pair + Composite Video)
- Subwoofer Control
- Optical Digital Out
User Reviews (1)
sounds great even with the original factory-installed speakers, excellent clarity
video quality is sharp and clear with no skipped frames
anti-skipping on disc playback is great even when driving over rough terrain
menu options are easy to navigate and intuitive
remote control is well designed and simple to use
easy to adjust the sound on the fly
nice range of expansion options for later
not capable of big, loud volume output without an additional amp
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