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Old 25th May 2007, 15:43   #46
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Is there any pricelist available for their Speakers/Sub/Amp?
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Old 25th May 2007, 17:01   #47
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Well i asked about their 12" 4ohm SVC sub costing 2.5k without bill and warranty their new series speakers without bill and warranty costing around Rs. 2800 6x9.

Amp i have no idea.

Dealers here don't promote JVC until we ask them for their stuff..

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JVC, at least for their HUs, is rated among top brands, and as good as pioneer- here in the link below, which somehow I find quite trustworthy.

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JVC makes some pretty good HUs. Some of them are excellent value for money and some have excellent features. I think it's definitely a good option to consider while buying a HU.

However I'm sorry, I don't think their speakers are mond bobling lol. IMHO very very far from it.
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Which model speaker did you listen to Abhi?
I mean what model from the "new" range?
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Old 26th May 2007, 11:17   #51
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Guys i bought this JVC HU 2 days back. Don't know the exact model number but i think its either a JVC KD-G535 or a KD-G735. Loved the sound quality. Will post more details very soon.




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Old 26th May 2007, 16:20   #52
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Mine is a KD-G534. Just noticed.

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Don't know the exact model number but i think its either a JVC KD-G535 or a KD-G735.
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JVC makes some pretty good HUs. Some of them are excellent value for money and some have excellent features.
First hand experience. Really good VFM HUs. With the rotating volume knob and restarts exactly from where I left the track off. Dunno what this feature is called, buts its cool.

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I don't think their speakers are mond bobling lol. IMHO very very far from it.
again. First hand experience!! Decent but nothing to write home about.
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my cousin just got the JVC KD-AVX33 receiver in his Verna and its the best player i've ever seen.

Its got everything - 3.5" screen, bluetooth, usb, excellent phone functions. I am gonna get this one in my car too.
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my cousin just got the JVC KD-AVX33 receiver
From where? for how much? with or without B&W?
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what i loved about JVC player is that any scratched CD's which can't be played in any HU.... JVC plays it absolutely fine... i know its not recommended to use a scratched CD its just i wanned to discuss an advantage which shows the quality of the player
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its just i wanned to discuss an advantage which shows the quality of the player
Guess you have not gone through the clarion thread?
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What I've felt about a 2001 JVC cassette player....

The design and finish of Japan Victor Companyís unit is exemplary. The logical, soft-touch buttons function superbly, and controls and features come easily to hand - easily has the best finish of this bunch.

The JVC was one of the most Ďmusicalí of the systems. It is crystal clear and feels as if a layer of haze has lifted; turn off the music, the difference is that perceptible.

Slot the cassette in and youíll immediately be knocked over by highs that are detailed, clean and crisp with an impressive amount of separation between the vocals and each of the individual instruments.

Drive the JVC hard, even upto 100dB and still very little harshness is felt. Bass though is on the lighter side and nowhere as punchy as the Alpine or even the Sony.

JVC manages to retain the title of the best sounding system. Whatís more, itís also got the friendliest price.

I've also heard that among the cassette HUs, JVC was the 2nd best after Alpine !

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What I've felt about a 2001 JVC cassette player....

The design and finish of Japan Victor Company’s unit is exemplary. The logical, soft-touch buttons function superbly, and controls and features come easily to hand - easily has the best finish of this bunch.

The JVC was one of the most ‘musical’ of the systems. It is crystal clear and feels as if a layer of haze has lifted; turn off the music, the difference is that perceptible.

Slot the cassette in and you’ll immediately be knocked over by highs that are detailed, clean and crisp with an impressive amount of separation between the vocals and each of the individual instruments.

Drive the JVC hard, even upto 100dB and still very little harshness is felt. Bass though is on the lighter side and nowhere as punchy as the Alpine or even the Sony.

JVC manages to retain the title of the best sounding system. What’s more, it’s also got the friendliest price.

I've also heard that among the cassette HUs, JVC was the 2nd best after Alpine !
That seems more like a JVC advertisement to me!
This is the first time I've seen someone praising a brand or HU this much.


Dad has a JVC HU (KD G421 I guess) in his Indigo that he mostly uses to play oldies and I've heard to it quite a few times. We preferred a JVC since that car is mostly used for very rare semi-urban trips and anything VFM would do.

According to me,

1. I really don't think the finish (buttons, the illumination and display) of the HU is great, in fact, I'd rather anyday prefer to spend a thousand more and buy a Pio HU (an older model)

2. The sound quality seems decent, good VFM.
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That seems more like a JVC advertisement to me!
This is the first time I've seen someone praising a brand or HU this much.
Ahem, make that the second time.

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