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JVC KW-V31BT DVD receiver #105KWV31BT $419.99 Get a free smartphone cable with the KW-V31BT See crutchfield.com/31bt for details Kenwood Excelon DNX892 navigation receiver #113DNX892 $1199.99 $999.99 after $200 mail-in rebate And get a free rear-view camera - an $80 value Rebate offer good through 8/31/15. See crutchfield.com/dnx for details. In-dash guidance with A/V options The Kenwood Excelon DNX892 navigation receiver is an ideal in-dash companion for big-city college students. Its generous 6.95 " touchscreen offers detailed maps across the U.S. and Canada, along with expert guidance by Garmin, and photo- realistic closeups of select metropolitan interchanges that can help ease confusion. Kenwood also includes a 2-year free subscription to the INRIX traffic service for help in avoiding delays (smartphone and app required). This receiver also boasts plenty of entertainment options for trips to away games or concerts, including a dual-zone A/V output so you can entertain your rear-seat passengers with optional monitors while you listen to music up front. The DNX892's smartphone compatibility includes Pandora and iHeartRadio app control for iPhone and Android . iPhone users can also employ Siri Eyes Free interaction for safer driving. SAVE $200 AND GET A FREE REAR-VIEW CAMERA Find what fits your car We have over 25,000 vehicles in our database, so we can help you find the stereos, speakers, and other products that work with your car. See crutchfield.com/whatfits 40% DIY + SAVE Buy any receiver, get installation gear OFF A phone-friendly receiver College students practically live on their phones, which makes the JVC KW-V31BT DVD receiver a convenient in-dash accessory. Its gorgeous 6.1" display offers plenty of room for choosing between audio sources, and it plays wonderfully with both Android and iPhone for navigation purposes, as well as for integration with other popular apps. For Android users, the JVC Smartphone Control app lets drivers control several road- friendly apps the stereo's screen, including Google Maps and Waze for directions and traffic updates (KS-U61 cable required, free when you buy the receiver). iPhone users can get directions from apps like Waze and MotionX-GPS Drive when connected with the proper combination of HDMI and other cables (learn more at crutchfield.com/31bt). The Sygic navigation app for iPhone uses offline maps to provide directions, so students can find the way to campus even when there's no cell service along their route. YOU CAN GET FREE JVC SPEAKERS* *Buy a select JVC receiver and one pair of JVC speakers, get another pair of JVC speakers of lesser or equal value FREE. See crutchfield.com/jvcd to learn more.

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