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Looking for feed back; JVC Double Din

Discussion in 'Audio & Video' started by BPachom, Dec 11, 2009.

  1. Dec 11, 2009 at 8:22 PM
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    BPachom

    BPachom [OP] Well-Known Member

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    09 Tacoma SR5, 4cyl 4X4, Black
    Access roll-up tonneau cover, Factory radio W/Sirius, Tailgate clamp, HID head lights, Stainless nerf bars.
    Looking for some feed back;

    Can't believe I am considering in replacing my factory stereo with an upgrade to a JVC navigation system; model KW-NX7000. One of the many features I like with this unit is a detachable face (including the display screen) for security reasons.


    Anyone have this unit or one like it?
    Likes/Dislikes?

    Thanks!

    JVC KW-NX7000.jpg
     
  2. Dec 11, 2009 at 8:38 PM
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    NeoMoose

    NeoMoose Possibly Batman

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    2010 PreRunner DC TRD O.R.
    Kenwood eXcelon X993, Kenwood KFC-1693PS (Front), Kenwood KFC-G1620 (Rear), Luverne Black Nerf Bars, OEM Brush Guard, AFE Pro Dry S Drop-In, Some kickass wheel locks, Removed front mud flaps, All windows tinted, Anti-theft tailgate mod
    I love everything about that unit, the only thing that I got stuck on when I decided to go with a new Kenwood over this one is that I couldn't set my own wallpaper on it.

    The video of it in action at Crutchfield is very impressive. I absolutely love the fact that you control it with gestures, sliding your finger across the screen to change tracks and just moving your finger in a circle to control volume.
     
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