Released January, 2006
The Pros:Screen is large and easy to watch. Wireless headphones get good sound, block out the noise from the car. Easy to fold up and out of the way with one hand.
The Cons:Installation is best left to professionals. Need to make sure there's plenty of head room in the vehicle to avoid blocking the driver's rearview.
The JVC KV-MRD900 is a classy automobile CD/DVD automobile player that supports VCDs, MP3s, and WMAs. It features a large 9” widescreen monitor with 3-D technology that allows backseat viewers to optimize their viewing angle both vertically and horizontally.
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Very notable about the KV-MRD900 is that it comes with 2 pairs of wireless headphones, thereby helping users save money and also enhance their listening experience. Additional features of the JVC KV-MRD900 player include an optical digital output, a wireless remote control, and a roof mount design for easy placement. The JVC KV-MRD900 retails for $439.99 and comes with a 1 year limited warranty.
- CD/DVD Player
- 3-D Technology
- VCD/MP3/WMA Playback
- 2 Pairs Wireless Headphones
- Optical Digital Output
- Wireless Remote Control
- Roof Mount Design
- 1 Year Limited Warranty
- Screen Size: 9” Liquid Crystal Panel
- Screen Pixels: 336,960 Pixels
- Drive Method: TFT Active Matrix
- Color System: NTSC
- Channels: 2 (stereo)
- Dynamic Range: 93dB
- Signal-to-Noise: 95dB
- Dimensions: 250mm x 49mm x 374mm
- Mass: 2.9kg
- RCA x2 (Video)
- RCA x2 (Audio)
- RCA x1 (Video)
- RCA x1 (Audio)
- Digital Optical
- Type: Open-Air
- Driver: 30mm Mylarcone Dynamic
- Impedance: 16 Ohms
- Frequency: 20Hz-20,000Hz
- Mass: 170g
User Reviews (1)
screen is large and easy to watch
wireless headphones get good sound, block out the noise from the car
easy to fold up and out of the way with one hand
remote is fully featured and well organized
good expansion options to support multiple screens
installation is best left to professionals
need to make sure there's plenty of head room in the vehicle to avoid blocking the driver's rearview
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