The quality isnt the best sorry but this is my 1997 Cadillac Eldorado with Alpine Type R components in the front, and Alpine Type R 6x9's in the Rear with a 12" Type R in the Trunk, Also all four speakers are powered by an Alpine 4 Channel Amp. The Radio is a JVC KW AVX720. I installed all of this myself by hand.
JVC KW V50BT In Dash Multimedia Receiver Review
JVC's KW-V50BT DVD receiver offers an eye-catching 7" variable-color
touchscreen display, a built-in DVD/CD player, USB port, built-in
Bluetooth®, and lots of settings you can tweak. But, you can take your
driving experience to the next level by using its HDMI input to connect
select smartphones and tablets and use a variety of apps on the go.
What you need
The KW-V50BT's HDMI input lets you enjoy access to many of the apps on your
smartphone or tablet directly from the touchscreen controls on the
receiver. Here's the lowdown on what you need depending on your smartphone:
• iPhone® 5, 5C, and 5S: You'll need to connect the Apple Lightning™
to USB cable and an HDMI cable (sold separately) to Apple's Lightning
Digital AV adapter. Working with the iPhone 5's Bluetooth, you'll be able
to mirror and control select apps on the KW-V50BT's touchscreen display.
• iPhone 4 and 4S: Connect your iPhone 4 or 4S to the KW-V50BT's rear USB
and analog audio/video input using the JVC KS-U59 cable, and you'll have
access to JVC's App Link Mode.
• Select MHL-enabled Android® phones: Once you download the JVC Control
app on your phone, you'll connect your Android to the JVC receiver with an
HDMI/MHL cable, such as the JVC KS-U61. After pairing the Android's
Bluetooth with the JVC, you'll get app control on the touchscreen display.
With your smartphone connected, you can enjoy select navigation, driver
assistance, video, and music apps — all of which can be controlled on the
KW-V50BT's display or by voice command.
Sights and sounds
You can customize the KW-V50BT's touchscreen layout and set the display
colors that best suit your dash. JVC's touch control lets you run your
entertainment system with a few swipes to scroll through music folders,
skip songs, and adjust the volume.
Once you've got the music you want, you can tweak it with the built-in
3-band parametric equalizer. If you're adding amps, you'll appreciate the
three sets of 4-volt preamp outputs for super-clean audio.
•DVD/CD player with AM/FM tuner
•built-in amplifier (22 watts RMS/50 peak x 4 channels)
•7" motorized touchscreen with angle adjustment
•built-in Bluetooth for hands-free calling and music streaming
•variable color illumination with over 30,000 choices of colors
•fits double-DIN (4" tall) dash openings
•display and command of select music, navigation, and other apps with
iPhone and Android
•Pandora and iHeartRadio control with iPhone and Android
•Siri Eyes Free control for select iPhones
•Voice Command for select Android smartphones
•plays CDs, DVDs, and USB memory devices (see "Details" for full
•iEQ with 7 presets and 3-band parametric EQ
•high- and low-pass filters
•built-in iPod, iPhone, and iPad control
•compatible with SiriusXM satellite radio tuner
•inputs: rear USB input, rear HDMI digital A/V input, rear analog A/V
input, rear-view camera input
•outputs: A/V output, 6-channel preamp outputs (4-volt front, rear, sub)
•compatible with most factory steering wheel audio controls (adapter
Shooting with the JVC GY-HM200: 4K handheld camcorder
I have to admit, I have been a 4K sceptic until now. HD is well and truly
suitable for the client work I produce. I've wondered if 4K is worth the
hassle. Having used the Gy-HM200 I now see where 4K fits in. My channels of
distribution will remain HD - however, to shoot 4K and be able to zoom in
on the image is something that will revolutionise the abilities of the
single camera operator who also edits. The ability to reframe shots
matters. What also matters is that the 4K with the GY-HM200 is effectively
4K made easy. The camera records the 4K images at 150mbps and when bringing
this into Final Cut Pro X for editing, the workflow is seamless. No hiccups
or difficulties, simply shoot 4K, import this is into your editing system
and get to work right away. I mention Final Cut Pro X, as this is the
system I use. I havent tested footage from the GY-HM200 with any other
Read the full review at:
JVC GY LS300 Interchangeable Lens 4K Camcorder - CES 2015
All Videomaker footage from CES 2015 was shot with equipment from
It's great to see an interchangeable lens camera, and the fact that they're
using a super 35 sensor with MFT lenses is admirable.
Thats my car system with two TFT monitors, Dolby Digital Surround.