JVC

JVC KW-V940BW 2-DIN AV Receiver

$699.95
  • JVC KW-V940BW 2-DIN AV Receiver

JVC

JVC KW-V940BW 2-DIN AV Receiver

$699.95

Apple CarPlay is a safer way to use your iPhone in the car. Simply talk to Siri or touch the receiver’s display and get directions from Apple Map, make phone calls, listen to voicemail, send and receive texts, and listen to music all in a way that allows you to stay focused on the road.


Bring Android convenience into your car, wirelessly. Just connect your smartphone and JVC receiver via Wi-Fi and easily access Android Autoʼs features by touch or voice command. Make and receive phone calls, listen to your favorite music, all with less intrusion so you can drive safely. Enjoy your Google apps, and view Google Maps, on the receiver’s big screen.


WebLink™ is easy-to-use and gives you in-dash control of select apps. The system needs three things to do its magic: a compatible JVC Multimedia Receiver, an iPhone or Android smartphone, and a compatible app that works with WebLink. You will be able to use your receiver to control these popular apps on your phone. The WebLink car connectivity solution offers the fastest and easiest way for drivers to elevate their in-vehicle, smartphone experience to the next level. WebLink is compatible with both iOS and Android devices.


From advanced technologies that enable playback of premium High-Resolution Audio sources, to the vast array of sound adjustment functions to fine-tune and customize the acoustics exactly the way you want — count on JVC to deliver the music to your ears.



You can enjoy playback of 96kHz/24bit audio which contains about 3 times the musical information of music CDs (44.1kHz/16bit), or even 192kHz/24bit High-Resolution Audio files with their approx. 6.5 times data volume. With high sound quality approaching the original master recording itself, you will experience the presence and ambience of a tune the way CD simply cannot.


K2 Technology reproduces the original master sound by up-converting frequency range and bit rate. For example, K2 up-converts a CD data to 192kHz/32bit and recreates higher resolution sound.