Released January, 2010
The Pros:Installation is fairly simple and straight forward. Attractive colorful design that looks unique. Color change option allows for a custom look.
The Cons:Controls are a bit confusing at first, need to take some time to get used to them. Outputs for external amps are a bit under-powered.
The KD-R310 is a basic car audio receiver with a number of expandability options. It includes the basic features of the JVC KD-R210 including a front auxiliary input, wireless remote, and MP3 / WMA compatability.
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It also has Bluetooth expandability, and can work with your cellphone with an optional adapter. It is HD and Satellite Radio ready, and iPod compatible.
4 channels of 50 watts are sent to the speakers through a 24-bit DAC. Equalization is handled through a 3-band iEQ, and loudness control boosts the volume when needed. A separate output is available for a subwoofer, and direct subwoofer control is available. An AUX input is available for your external devices.
- MOS-FET 50W x 4 (20W RMS x 4)
- 24-bit DAC
- 3-Band Parametric iEQ
- Ready for Bluetooth(R) Wireless Technology (KS-BTA200 required)
- MP3/WMA Compatible with ID3/WMA Tag (CD)
- HD Radio(R) Ready (KT-HD300 required)
- SAT Radio Ready
- HS-IVi Tuner
- Loudness Control
- 2.5V Line and Subwoofer Output Level
- Rear/Subwoofer Selectable Pre-Output Terminal
- Subwoofer Control
- Front AUX-IN
- Separated Variable-Color
User Reviews (1)
installation is fairly simple and straight forward
attractive colorful design that looks unique
color change option allows for a custom look
EQ and sound options help you tune your speakers and are easy to work with
solid sound and build quality for such a low price, nice value
display is easy to read in any lighting
controls are a bit confusing at first, need to take some time to get used to them
outputs for external amps are a bit under-powered
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