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JVC KW-XR411 Double Din CD / MP3 / WMA Car Stereo

JVC KW-XR411 features

MOS-FET 50W x 4
D / A Converter 24 bit
iEQ Parametric Equalizer 3 band
Front USB Port (MP3/WMA)
Compatible with MP3/WMA to ID3/WMA Tag (CD / USB)
Tuner Radio Data System
HS-IVi Tuner
Volume control
Line Output Level and subwoofer 2.5V
1 RCA preamp out (rear / subwoofer)
Adjusting the subwoofer
Front AUX Input
Remote Control Included
Steering Remote Control Ready

Great all round stereo, have recently bought one and fitted myself, wired through a sub and amp, 6x9's and new indoor speakers. Sounds great and looks the part in the astra, (sxi). Great price aswell for what it was. Dont know if theres quidco or whatever
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#1
http://www.caraudiocentre.co.uk/product_m-kw-xr411_p-25926.htm

http://www.caraudiocentre.co.uk/productimages/zoom/JVC-KW-XR411.jpg

Good find, link not working.


Edited By: jtx on Jan 21, 2011 11:39
#2
Working link

Also add £4.99 Delivery.

Don't see why it needs to be double DIN. I guess it's useful if you need to fill a 2xDIN hole.

jtx beat me to it!

Edited By: Mitman on Jan 21, 2011 11:42
#3
Sorry about the link. Looking around there are places on the google shopping that say its cheaper, but when on their site it comes up more expensive and also, car audio centre are very trustworthy and can do the install if you cant be bothered ...

Well for the car ive fitted it with it was a double din on the astra sxi, so kinda needed to fill it so that it doesnt look daft

Edited By: DannyM on Jan 21, 2011 11:43
#4
Works perfectly for me, as need a double slot. No doubt I'll have problems with the steering remote as would be fitting it in my Corsa C, unless anyone happens to know a good place to find adapters.
#5
Local Car shop ? I know my local does them for some cars not sure what ones though :( pretty useless there . . . either that or try ebay?
1 Like #6
Also note you don't have to have a double din radio you can buy blanking covers which is what I have I can then use any single din radio plus I now have a usefull recess underneath where I can store useful items like petrol receipts! :)
#7
useful items like petrol receipts!

I dont keep them unless I can claim them back, otherwise it just depressess the life out of me paying in body parts for petrol
#8
Nice looking radio, better than a blanking plate at any rate. Not a big fan of JVC though.
#9
ShaunnyBwoy
Works perfectly for me, as need a double slot. No doubt I'll have problems with the steering remote as would be fitting it in my Corsa C, unless anyone happens to know a good place to find adapters.


Car Audio Direct themselves do a lot, can you not get the bits from there? Mine for Mondeo was about £20 all in.
#10
DannyM
Sorry about the link. Looking around there are places on the google shopping that say its cheaper, but when on their site it comes up more expensive and also, car audio centre are very trustworthy and can do the install if you cant be bothered ...

Well for the car ive fitted it with it was a double din on the astra sxi, so kinda needed to fill it so that it doesnt look daft


do you have a picture of it mounted in the sxi?
1 Like #11
d_dixon50
Also note you don't have to have a double din radio you can buy blanking covers which is what I have I can then use any single din radio plus I now have a usefull recess underneath where I can store useful items like petrol receipts! :)

Or a spare radio! :)
#12
Wonder if it will go in a Hyundai Santa Fe, my radio has no RDS which I find infuriating.
#13
Does this have ipod/phone control?

Does the built in usb slot provide enough power for charging phones ipod etc?
#14
ShaunnyBwoy
unless anyone happens to know a good place to find adapters.

Try Nexia Audio Solutions I have had my fascia adapters from them a few months ago. Competitive prices and very good returns services.
#15
I take it I should be able to fit this in my MK6 fiesta?
I take it I need this as well?
http://www.fordpartsuk.com/shop/fiesta_mk6_single_din_satnav_radio_bezel_rhd_350.htm
#16
do you have a picture of it mounted in the sxi?


The astra is currently on the road just now and wont be back for around a week as its being used for work.

Does this have ipod/phone control?

Does the built in usb slot provide enough power for charging phones ipod etc?

Im not sure about iPhone but the ipod control works well, on the charging aspect yes it does charge the ipod, i would presume it would be the same for the iPhone or any other phone that you can plug in via usb?.

Nice looking radio, better than a blanking plate at any rate. Not a big fan of JVC though.
Ive always kinda liked JVC their hifi systems arent much but always found the interfaces easy to work with.

I take it I should be able to fit this in my MK6 fiesta?
I take it I need this as well?
http://www.fordpartsuk.com/shop/fiesta_mk6_single_din_satnav_radio_bezel_rhd_350.htm

In all honestly Ive no idea, never done anything with a ford sorry.
#17
Is the front removable?
#18
Mayur
ShaunnyBwoy
unless anyone happens to know a good place to find adapters.


Try Nexia Audio Solutions I have had my fascia adapters from them a few months ago. Competitive prices and very good returns services.

makkax1
ShaunnyBwoy
Works perfectly for me, as need a double slot. No doubt I'll have problems with the steering remote as would be fitting it in my Corsa C, unless anyone happens to know a good place to find adapters.


Car Audio Direct themselves do a lot, can you not get the bits from there? Mine for Mondeo was about £20 all in.

DannyM
Local Car shop ? I know my local does them for some cars not sure what ones though :( pretty useless there . . . either that or try ebay?


Nice one for the tip! Think I'll give all those suggestions a look into.
#19
Does this have a removable front?
#20
Looks good, good find - the next model up (XR611) is only £116.87 and has full iPod/iPhone functionality...

http://www.caraudiocentre.co.uk/product_m-jvc-kw-xr611_p-25924.htm
#21
Would this fit a mk5 golf?
#22
Does this have a removable front?
Why would you want a removable front?
Its solidly in there when fitted correctly.

designaw - Jan 21, 2011 15:23
Looks good, good find - the next model up (XR611) is only £116.87 and has full iPod/iPhone functionality...

http://www.caraudiocentre.co.uk/product_m-jvc-kw-xr611_p-25924.htm

Was just having a look at that myself over lunch, considering upgrading when a new car is found, either that or flogg the XR411 and get the XR611, oh decisions
#23
Would this fit a mk5 golf?

Don't know if it will fit the Golf again have never tried, i pressume if you have a double DIN in there then you can probably try. Sorry about the no information just havent really worked on a golf
#24
DannyM
[quote=] Does this have a removable front?

Why would you want a removable front?
Its solidly in there when fitted correctly.


Isn't this likely to get stolen pretty quickly without a removable front? I live in central London and can't imagine it lasting long if it's visible at night.
#25
Ahh theft, sorry didnt click on im shattered. Ehh i dont think it has a removable front, ive not seen things with removablee fronts since an old kenwood single DIN from a year or so bac, sorry its pretty useless to you then :(
#26
DannyM
Ahh theft, sorry didnt click on im shattered. Ehh i dont think it has a removable front, ive not seen things with removablee fronts since an old kenwood single DIN from a year or so bac, sorry its pretty useless to you then :(


Ah shame, I was seriously considering this. I didn't think they still made stereos without removable fronts anymore. Maybe I'm out of touch and none of them have this anymore. Do people no longer steal car stereos?
#27
leehull2
DannyM
Ahh theft, sorry didnt click on im shattered. Ehh i dont think it has a removable front, ive not seen things with removablee fronts since an old kenwood single DIN from a year or so bac, sorry its pretty useless to you then :(


Ah shame, I was seriously considering this. I didn't think they still made stereos without removable fronts anymore. Maybe I'm out of touch and none of them have this anymore. Do people no longer steal car stereos?


I dont really like car stereos with removeable front. I had one I always ended up forgotting to take it with me. Or leaving at other places e.g. friends house, suprermaket checkouts etc. At the end I found it a hassle as its an extra thing to carry around with me.
1 Like #28
thecoolguy
Would this fit a mk5 golf?


i have fitted an alpine double din in a mk5 golf, u still need a facia apapter owever, that costs around £20-£30. requires half the dash to come off in order to do it properly.
#29
leehull2
DannyM
Ahh theft, sorry didnt click on im shattered. Ehh i dont think it has a removable front, ive not seen things with removablee fronts since an old kenwood single DIN from a year or so bac, sorry its pretty useless to you then :(


Ah shame, I was seriously considering this. I didn't think they still made stereos without removable fronts anymore. Maybe I'm out of touch and none of them have this anymore. Do people no longer steal car stereos?


I imagine it must at least have bricking codes once disconnected from the battery, right?
#30
be careful ordering from car audio centre.

they have a real bad reputation online.

I had bad experience also, with wrong items sent, faulty and they wouldnt refund!
#31
Guessing this wont work with my steering controller on a ford focus. :|
#32
Any bluetooth on this or add-on or similar ?
#33
I don't think aftermarket radios are a good idea these days. The factory fit units are usually very tightly integrated and talk to the rest of the car, are controlled via the steering wheel and feed information to the cluster/ central display. An aftermarket unit won't do any of that, and it requires an ugly looking fascia to fit. Not a bad price if your after one though.
#34
J400uk
I don't think aftermarket radios are a good idea these days. The factory fit units are usually very tightly integrated and talk to the rest of the car, are controlled via the steering wheel and feed information to the cluster/ central display. An aftermarket unit won't do any of that, and it requires an ugly looking fascia to fit. Not a bad price if your after one though.


Absoloutly agree. Most standard fit stereos have decent sound quality. My mum has a new fiesta and the sound is fantastic considering the size and cost of the car. It also has features that only top-of-the-range systems have, such as voice dialling/voice control, music through bluetooth and a USB and aux slot (haggled into the price). I was very impressed.
However saying that my car has a standard 2 DIN hole in the dash, half of which is taken up by the turbo gauges so a slot in unit would be fine for me.

Depends on the car.


Edited By: Mitman on Jan 22, 2011 00:11
#35
Nice find! Was looking at getting this a few years ago when i had my focus. Moved to a mondeo now and wouldnt wanna loose voice control/bluetooth so not for me. Heated though!
#36
Ah shame, I was seriously considering this. I didn't think they still made stereos without removable fronts anymore. Maybe I'm out of touch and none of them have this anymore. Do people no longer steal car stereos?


I have one thats in pretty poor condition and its just been fitted to a 106 just to sit there as i use this for a little bit of travelling when unable to get the astra, dont like them and i always just leave it in the car andnot had a problem yet ?

Any bluetooth on this or add-on or similar ?


If your wanting the bluetooth and that then you could move up to the next one XR611 this has bluetooth and that for an extra 17 quid i think, tbh i wouldnt use the bluetooth, ive just got the nokia headset and that

I don't think aftermarket radios are a good idea these days. The factory fit units are usually very tightly integrated and talk to the rest of the car, are controlled via the steering wheel and feed information to the cluster/ central display. An aftermarket unit won't do any of that, and it requires an ugly looking fascia to fit. Not a bad price if your after one though.


Absoloutly agree. Most standard fit stereos have decent sound quality. My mum has a new fiesta and the sound is fantastic considering the size and cost of the car. It also has features that only top-of-the-range systems have, such as voice dialling/voice control, music through bluetooth and a USB and aux slot (haggled into the price). I was very impressed.
However saying that my car has a standard 2 DIN hole in the dash, half of which is taken up by the turbo gauges so a slot in unit would be fine for me.

Depends on the car.


Whilst some people like the look of stock head units, i prefer having something deifferent, especially when you look at an astra stock, it just looks really dull and quite boring, also most stock head units have to be taken out when connecting a sub anyway, also not all stock head units can sometimes not be compatible with a sub and amp, thats my main reasons for using after market, mainly cos i love my sounds :)
#37
can this fit in my corsa sri 04? if so will i need an adaptor?
#38
can this fit in my corsa sri 04? if so will i need an adaptor?
If the corsa is a double DIN mounted stock radio then is should be fine.

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