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JVC KD-G411 In-Car CD Tuner £52.49 @ Curry's

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only available for FREE home delivery - dont forget the added voucher for the 25% off the price - INCAR25 -

Power Output 50W x 4
MP3/WMA Compatible with ID3/WMA Tag
CD/CD-R/CD-RW Compatible
Steering Remote Control Ready
HS-II Tuner
Rotary Volume
CD Text
Telephone Muting
Detachable Control Panel + Carrying Case
Red Button Illumination
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The 5% code also works with this YAW734, but as always be careful when code stacking!
Don't forget Quidco too :)
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A review by Miro05 on JVC KD-G 411
January 7th, 2006


Author's product rating:

How is the Sound Quality? Good
Ease of Installation Average
How is the Look & Design? Excellent
Range of Features Excellent
Value for Money Excellent

Advantages: Packed full of features, Easy to use, Very Cheap
Disadvantages: Took me a bit of time to install

Recommend to potential buyers: yes

Full review
After driving around in my newly purchased car, I realised that a CD tuner is a must if I were to survive the straining London traffic jams. As soon I was home, I started up my computer, and begun looking through the web for a quality CD Tuner, at a reasonable price. After I took in the fact that eBay, Halfords and Currys had nothing to offer, I referred to Argos, and stumbled across the JVC KDG411 CD Radio for only £89.99.

Within matter of days, this genius piece of kit had my speakers on full blast! I was not only happy to be jazzing away to Beyoncey's latest album in the traffic jams, but was most probably the centre of attention :o)
The CD Tuner features not only CD-R and CD-RW playback, but also MP3 and WMA, which was the main reason I bought it. With MP3 disks allowing you to store up to almost 180 songs, it was an ultimate CD storage saver, as one MP3 disk would fit around 10 CD-R's. Another great feature which it supports regarding the MP3 disks, it that it allows you store your songs into folders, and then easily browse through them on your stylish and "neat" removable panel.

This fantastic in-car entertainment kit is an ultimate best buy. Its packed with almost any feature you can think of. It comes integrated with RDS/EON and allows you to store up to 24 preset stations on your digital FM/AM tuner. It also comes complete with the necessary audio controls such as equalizers (Rock, Pop, Jazz, Hiphop etc.), Bass and treble control, balance, fader and with 4x 50 Watt speaker outputs, you're guaranteed to be rocking and singing away, like you've never rocked or sang!
The best and most handy feature has to be it's capability to display CD text on its multi-colour LCD display. No longer do you have to be holding CD cases in your hand while you drive to see what song you should put on next, when it's displayed in front of you!

…And then there are the more extravagate features such as a telephone muter, 1 pair of pre-output channels, allowing you to fit in an amplifier or a CD changer, ISO Connection which allows you to install controls on your steering wheel and get them connected to the CD player, and best of all, an IR receiver making it remote control ready (not supplied).
The use of this product is very simple, and it allows you to use its main controls with ease while driving, which is the most important issue. The buttons and click wheel can easily be found, so you can use them without having to take your eyes of the road. The only thing about it is that it took me quite a bit of time to fit in. Knowing me, it was probably my fault, as I had no idea what to do, but if you are experienced, it could be fitted within a number of minutes. The instructions tell you what all the wires are for, but don't exactly tell you to which wires in the car you should connect them up to.

JVC has yet again pulled an amazing product, packed full of features and extras, out of the hat, and in my opinion, takes over any competition at that price on the market. Is it worth the 90 quid?...My God is it, or is it?!?! Definitely recommend it to other buyers, without a doubt!

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