Jvc kd avx44

phil robbo

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Oct 4, 2004
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Fitted & working. Pics as per request from Ginja.

jvc1.jpg


from behind back seats with rear screen on.

jvc2.jpg
 

skinnydawg

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I was thinking about a rear screen but then nobody ever really sits back there...want to mount somthing for Jo in the front bu not in the way of the airbag
 

ginja

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Looks good Phil, you have any trouble with getting the wires in the space behind the unit? I've got loads of cables coming out the back of my head-unit and its a real pain sometimes when i've been messing to get the unit back in the dash
 

phil robbo

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want to mount Jo in the front but not in the way of the airbag

Yes Alan... too much information.

Matt, yes it is a bit tight in there, I`m sure if I hit a speed hump the whole thing will shoot out. First time I put it into the housing when I come to put the front on it was upside down :eek: second time the ariel lead popped out, so at the third attempt it went in ok, well eventually.
 

ginja

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Yes Alan... too much information.

Matt, yes it is a bit tight in there, I`m sure if I hit a speed hump the whole thing will shoot out. First time I put it into the housing when I come to put the front on it was upside down :eek: second time the ariel lead popped out, so at the third attempt it went in ok, well eventually.
Well yeah to say there was a 1.5DIN unit in the space to start with, when you have 3 phono leads, power, aerial, rear-camera video input and the various other input/output leads on these JVC units you are hard pressed (Quite literally) to get the unit into position.....especialy when you find out it has a built in fan for cooling also! (well mine has)

A word of advice if yours is similar to mine in its set-up menu, to stop the unit over-heating, if your using seperate power amplifiers, you can turn off the units internal amplifier :idea: (y) result

Like that rear seat set-up Phill, never realy took the time to see what you had back there, good use of space that otherwise wouldn't be used (after all the car is only a 4 seater)
 

WildV6

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so at the third attempt it went in ok, well eventually


Brute force and use of a large hammer Phil? lol :LOL::LOL:

I had similar prob's when fitting my Kenwood system and even now, if I brake a little too hard the unit comes out a bit...Oh well! lol :incazzato::yikes: