JVC Mobile Entertainment began shipping two new CD/DVD receivers—the KW-V140BT and KW-V240BT—in June, and the KW-V340BT CD/DVD receiver began shipping earlier this month.
JVC Mobile Entertainment announced it is sponsoring two landmark amphitheaters in the state of Washington—Gorge Amphitheater in George and White River Amphitheater in Auburn.
JVC Mobile Entertainment announced that its highly anticipated pair of flagship multimedia receivers, the DVD-equipped KW-V830BT and mech-less KW-M730BT, will begin shipping this week after receiving third-party software approval.
JVC Mobile Entertainment commemorated three-and-a-half decades of driving experience enhancement with a 2015 Ram 1500 adorned with the official "35 Years Strong" logo.
With the inclusion of Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™, the KW-M730BT is designed to accommodate owners of an iPhone® or Android™-based smartphone who use their devices for everything from streaming and stored media to turn-by-turn navigation.
JVC Mobile Entertainment replaced its popular KD-R975BTS with the KD-R985BTS, and introduced the new KD-R988BTS to create a single-DIN flagship duo that provides two style options.
Following is an overview of JVC’s new product and technology offerings to be introduced during the 2017 CES in Las Vegas.
Currently, JVC has made 11 of its new head units available to retailers for the holiday shopping season, with three more scheduled to ship prior to month's end.
JVC Mobile Entertainment announced it has become the official head unit sponsor of “Zed Sled 2,” a vehicle restoration project by TV personality and paint expert Kevin “KT” Tetz.
JVC Mobile Entertainment announced it has hired Steven Coté as its Eastern Region Sales Manager.