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    JVC Headunit w/ HD Receiver - PLUG & PLAY!

    JVC KD-HDR1 CD & HD Radio Receiver w/ all installation equipment

    $135 shipped (Paypal Accepted)

    Included:
    -All gear required to install in a 1998 to 2002 Camaro
    -Remote
    -Faceplate Case
    -WARRANTY CARD (not yet completed)
    -All factory documentation

    This was removed from my '99 Camaro prior to selling it. I had it for about 4 months and it worked great!

    Install is a piece of cake! I'm including all adapter equipment. I've done the work. Everything is spliced, installed, and ready to go! All you have to do is remove the old radio, plug in the adapter & antenna, and screw in the mounting bolts!

    -Wiring Harness Adapter (spliced and ready to plug into your car)
    -Antenna Adapter (installed & ready to plug in)
    -Single Din Adapter Dash Mount (mounted to radio)

    Keep in mind that this was done with a '98 - '02 Camaro in mind. Wiring and dash install may differ for Firebirds and pre-98 F-bodies.

    Here's some info and pictures:

    JVC's KD-HDR1 CD player includes a built-in HD Radio tuner. There's no extra gear to install, no extra wires to worry about, making it easier than ever to upgrade to the improved reception and excellent sound quality of participating HD Radio stations. More and more radio stations offer HD Radio broadcasts every day, but if there's not one in your area yet, JVC's DiAS tuner offers exceptional AM/FM reception.

    If you're looking for more entertainment options, connect an XM or SIRIUS tuner to get more than 120 channels of music, news, sports, and entertainment. The KD-HDR1 can also handle the MP3 and WMA music files that you've burned to CD-R and CD-RW discs — up to 10 hours on a single disc.

    Whatever you're listening to, the powerful built-in amplifier will ensure great performances from all your music. The KD-HDR1 offers twelve preset sound curves for quick tone changes, along with an equalizer that offers 7 bands of adjustment. SRS Circle Surround Automotive© delivers convincing surround sound from your car's speakers, even from standard stereo CDs.

    Use JVC's optional iPod interface to connect your iPod to the KD-HRD1. You'll be able to listen to your music library wherever you go, and the adapter will even let you control the player right from the stereo's faceplate. The wireless remote allows you to control the playback from anywhere in the car.

    Hooking up outboard amplifiers? Three sets of gold-plated preamp outputs offer convenient connections for your external amps and subs, while the on-board subwoofer level and frequency controls make it easy to control your bass settings.
    Details:

    General features
    » CD receiver with built-in MOSFET amplifier (20 watts RMS/50 peak x 4 channels)
    » plays CDs, CD-Rs, and CD-RWs (including discs loaded with MP3 and WMA music files)
    » detachable face
    » remote control

    Audio features
    » iEQ equalizer with twelve presets and a 7-band EQ
    » SRS Circle Surround Automotive
    » subwoofer level and frequency control

    Expandability
    » HD Radio tuner built in, receives multicasting content (where available) compatible with JVC iPod adapter
    » compatible with JVC iPod adapter, satellite radio, CD changer
    » inputs: optional auxiliary input
    » outputs: three sets of preamp outputs



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    Bump!

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    Do you have it wired so you retain the steering wheel controls ?

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    No I don't. My car didn't have steering wheel contols.

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