My bad review is not about the product but about walmart.com I purchased the tv with my walmart credit card thinking I could finance it to 6, 12 or 18 months. Of course they always have excuses, and after talking to customer service I found out that FINANCING OPTIONS ARE NOT AVAILABLE WHEN SHOPPING ONLINE, only in stores.\nThat's a shame. I returned the TV to a store and bought it from amazon.com financed at 24 months and for the same price, no shipping costs.\nThat's stupid!!!!
Item description said it has a built in DVD player and it does not. The sound was ok but not good and the picture clarity even with HD was not clear enough.This JVC tv did not impress me at all.I returned it and ordered a LG tv and am very pleased with it.
Nice Camcorder, simple to use, straight foreward interface. Many useful features such as time-lapse and motion detection. The battery life is about 50-60 minutes with the OEM battery. Plan on getting a spare battery. Battery charges in about 2.0 hours.
Bluetooth wireless technology for wireless calls and audio streaming
What our shoppers say:
I bought this as a replacement for the unit on my boat. (Ms. Behavin) The boat is a 28'Carver yacht with a fly bridge and the stereo is located down in the cabin. The install was pretty straight forward and easy. I actually bought this for the Bluetooth and Pandora features and love it. I can actually carry my phone around the boat or sit up on the bridge and stream music and also control volume, pause, play, and search all from my phone. All my buddies thought I had some high end unit setup and I didn't tell them otherwise. LOL
Purchased this unit because I wanted something that would play my homemade MP3 CD's and it does. Also needed a radio that would accept my Sirius and I plug it in the port in front. It doesn't have a lot of extras but it has all I need. This is the second one I purchased for a second vehicle.
This is a great unit for the price. I like the fact it has a CD player, USB input and a direct auxiliary port. The ability to add a Bluetooth adapter is a plus as well. I would give it a five star rating if it did not have the horrible bright red lights on the front and a remote that's more like a key fob than a remote. The remote signal tends to be a little weak as well.You have to point the remote directly at the unit and have it fairly close. Ive pretty much deemed it as useless as it is easier to simply ise the buttons on the unit.The display can be dimmed but it is still extremely bright at night. Overkill on that aspect in my opinion. Overall it does exactly what I needed it to do and it works very well. JVC has always been a trusted brand and once again didn't let me down.
JVC has the best in camcorders and this new model is exceptional. It is fun and easy to use. Easy to set-up and it takes crystal clear 1080p video. On the top of the camcorder there is a button to take snapshots even when filming video at the same time. Pretty neat. This model is wi-fi so it connects without wires to your iPad and computers. Just load the software included and add the App at iTunes to your iPad or iPod. You do need an SD card for this.
Buy it and enjoy it now. The zoom is awesome and it also has zoom for the voice now as well. The zoom is crisp and steady when using. I zoomed into a neighbor's large bush and I didn't realize a beautiful red cardinal was in it.
I love this camcorder.
Decent for just slightly better than average radio
I installed this unit on my 97 Ford Ranger with four speakers. The sound is good enough for my vehicle and just for basic needs, although it offers better features than a basic radio. The menu button takes a little to get used to but play with it and it will become familar. I hooked up my Sirius Satellite Radio Receiver to the back of the unit and that is why I bought this unit. Overall pleased with this JVC.
I bought this as an upgrade to the junky stock head unit (radio) in my 98 Jeep Cherokee. I bought it because I wanted to actually be able to easily hook up my iPod and other MP3 players to my stereo, not to mention be able to play CD's. My Jeep only had a radio and tape player.
I put this in myself, which took about half a day, but it was totally worth it! Not only does it do so much more than the stock head unit, but it made everything sound a lot better even without changing out the factory speakers. Of course, a little later I did change out the speakers.
Another reason I changed out the head unit was to put a set of subs in the back. This head unit works great with subwoofers as well.
All in all, I like this head unit, especially for the price I paid. The only thing I don't like about it is that changing most settings, like the bass adjustment and subwoofer volume level, is pretty much impossible to do while driving. So when I'm alone I have to find somewhere to park for a minute and mess with the settings. Changing inputs, CD track, radio stations and basic things are quite simple though.
I've bought two pairs of the headphones. The first time was around three years ago and the second was just recently, after my friend decided to blast out music and make one bud go flat. The quality compared to other headphones of the same price is excellent. Comfortable, fits in my ears without falling out (though, if I wear them too long my ears get sore, as with any earbud), and the cord is flexible in such a way that enhances its durability.\n\nThe first pair survived quite a few snags where they were yanked out of my ears, being squished inside my book bag in high school, and being rolled up tight around my iPod for compact-keeping. So all in all, if you don't step on them or blast music so loud that you don't need to wear them to hear it, then these cheap and fairly durable headphones are for you.