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In this product video we take a look at the 2014 JVC DVD receivers lineup, including the KW-V10, KW-V20BT, KW-V30BT, KW-V40BT and the KW-V50BT. Learn more about these and other JVC DVD receivers at this link.

JVC has made it a lot easier to link your phone with your DVD receiver with the KW-V50BT. This DVD receiver boasts an HDMI MHL input so you can see and control your apps from the receiver. Let's take a look at how it works in this Crutchfield video.

The smart fortwo coupe isn't everybody's cup of chai tea, but if it's yours, you're probably going to like it a lot. You'll definitely want to upgrade the audio equipment, though. Just because you're driving a tiny car doesn't mean you have to put up with a tinny stereo.

Crutchfield takes a look at the 2014 Pioneer DVD receivers line up, including the AVH-X1600DVD, AVH-X2600BT, AVH-X3600BHS, AVH-X4600BT, AVH-X5600BHS, and the AVH-4000NEX. Learn more about them at www.crutchfield.com.

JVC's KW-V20BT DVD receiver features an easy-to-read, variable-color, 6.1" touchscreen display to let you locate the music you want fast, along with Bluetooth® for hands-free calls and music streaming. With an included DVD player, a USB input, and audio/video inputs, you've got a complete entertainment hub for short or long journeys. Check it out in this demo video.

JVC's KD-AR959BS CD receiver lets you customize the illumination color in three different areas of the faceplate for any combinations you can think of. Combine that with super-clean CD playback, a USB input for charging devices and playing your music files, and Bluetooth for hands-free calling and audio streaming, and you've got a complete entertainment console for your car. Check out some of the features in this demo video.

Kenwood designed their KDC-BT858U CD receiver to be a simple, elegant control center for entertainment in your vehicle. A multi-function control knob and a few buttons give you quick access to this receiver's long list of features, including hands-free calling, music streaming, Internet radio access, and more. Take a closer look in this demo video.

When you're looking at a good-sized receiver nestled in an expansive dashboard, it's only natural to assume that a touchscreen DVD/nav receiver will fit right in. Alas, that's not always the case.

A tale of two Mustangs
by Jon Paulette

A stock Ford Mustang is a beautiful thing, but for many owners, a stock model is just a starting point. A Mustang can always be made to go faster, look wilder, or, of course, sound better. Whether you own a classic or a contemporary model, we can help you build a stereo that's as legendary as the car you drive.

With two seats, precious little luggage space and submarine-quality rear visibility, the Chrysler Crossfire is about as practical as a disco ball in a duck blind. But so what? A car like this isn't meant to be practical; it's meant to be sporty, stylish, and fun - which by all accounts, it is.

Bill W. from Upland, CA, loves classic cars. His 1964 Plymouth Belvedere was due for a stereo upgrade, so he chose a RetroSound Model One stereo to replace his old cassette deck, so now he can enjoy his favorite music from a thumb drive or MP3 player.

For generations now, the watermen of the Chesapeake Bay have harvested oysters and crabs from the decks of traditional workboats. Known as "deadrises" because of the hull shape, they're made for hard work. But as many enthusiasts know, a good deadrise can be a great pleasure boat. The Mary Rebecca is an authentic, yet thoroughly modern, take on this classic design. All she needed was a thoroughly modern stereo.

Kenwood's KDC-358U CD receiver will impress you with its looks. It boasts a bright 13-digit display, logical controls, variable color illumination, and a CD slot cover for a sleek appearance in your dash. But this budget-friendly car stereo isn't just about appearance. Check out some of its moves in this demo video.

Ditching the discs and going digital doesn't have to break the bank. Sony's DSX-A40UI digital media receiver offers an impressive list of features for its price range, along with USB and aux connections for your devices. Check it out in this demo video.

Improving her drive time
by Dave Delamere

As a busy working mom, Mendy's only alone time is when she's driving. When she'd had enough of the factory radio in her 2001 Toyota 4Runner, she turned to Crutchfield for help. She replaces her old factory radio with a new Pioneer DVD receiver.

The F-150 SuperCab is a versatile, hard-working truck that's at home in the mountains or at the mall. This popular pickup was available in a variety of trim packages with a variety of stereos, but if you're serious about sound, you'll want an aftermarket upgrade.

Whether you and your crew are headed to a job site or a tailgate party. the F-150 SuperCrew has plenty of space for whatever you're hauling. A variety of factory stereo systems were available in this truck, but if you're serious about sound, you'll want an aftermarket upgrade.

1997-2002 Pontiac Firebird
by Jon Paulette

There's something to be said for continually improving on a good idea. By the 2002, the Firebird was the best it had ever been at doing what ponycars do - accelerating quickly, handling well, and looking cool. These cars are still a blast to drive, and a new stereo makes it even better.

If you're done with discs and ready for an all-digital entertainment experience, Pioneer's MVH-X560BT digital media receiver (there's no CD player) lets you enjoy music from your iPhone or iPod, select Android phones, or a USB thumb drive when you're on the road. You'll also get Bluetooth hands-free calling and audio streaming. Take a look in this demo video.

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