JVC Kenwood Revealed New wireless Android Auto Head Units

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JVC Kenwood has unveiled two new wireless Android Auto head units, the DVD-equipped KW-V940BW and disc-free KW-M845BW at CES.  The models with new technology allow you keep your Android device in your pocket or bags while using it in-car interface on your center stack so it will reduce the impulse to operate the device while driving.

Both units come with a 6.8″ WVGA resolution resistive touchscreens, 13-Band equalizer, as well as input for a backup camera and JVC’s WebLink that will help you control Waze, YouTube, and Yelp. They come with USB ports and also support Apple CarPlay.

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Music fans can directly control Pandora, Spotify, and iHeartRadio from the receiver or stream music from up to five phones with a “DJ” feature.

The DVD-equipped V940BW costs for 700 while KW-M845BW sells for 600. The top-end DNX995S costs for $1,500 and offers Garmin navigation on a 6.8-inch capacitive HD touchscreen and DVD playback.

Meanwhile, there are three Kenwood head units that offer trio of units with more finger-friendly capacitive screens, Sirius XM satellite radio support, two camera inputs, streaming from Pandora and Spotify, a proprietary dash camera connection and additional model-specific perks, and WebLink for controlling Waze, YouTube, and Yelp.

All of these JVC and Kenwood head units also offer Apple CarPlay support for iOS users.

The launch details about these units are still unknown. For now, you can decide which sounds best to you as the details on their features, and pricing has been provided the company.