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JVC NX-PS1


Author:  Rafael Rios
Date:  2006.11.07
Topic:  Audio
Provider:  http://www.jvc.com/
Manufacturer:  JVC







System Features and Connections:

 

The JVC NX-PS1 system comes complete with everything you would need to successfully connect and install the system and with very easy to understand instructions. Within minutes of reading we were done with the installation of the JVC NX-PS1 stereo system. The wiring is color coded so that it is quite easy to hook up into the quick-connect/release connectors located on the back of each piece of the unit. JVC has nicely soldered up the ends of the exposed wiring so that hook-up and installation go without a hitch.

Once you are done installing the unit per the instructions, then it is time to listen to some music from a variety of sources. JVC has provided a cable that plugs into the back of the main display unit , while the other end is the apple iPod connector that plugs into the base of any iPod nano, iPod mini, any 20Gb or 40Gb 4th generation iPods, iPod photo, and the latest video iPods. Please note however, that the reviewer tried both a 3rd Generation and 4th Generation iPod and the 3rd Generation iPods do not work with this, regardless of being completely updated. This is in conflict reviews posted by other sites where it was indicated that it works with all iPods. The JVC system will also allow playback from a USB mass storage device (MP3 and WMA) via the accessible front drop down panel exposing a standard USB connection, playback from your computer via the USB audio terminal on the backside of the main unit (USB cable not provided), and also has a standard audio auxiliary port so that you can plug in almost any audio device using a standard audio jack.

 

 



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