BOSS Audio BV9362BI Double Din, Touchscreen, Bluetooth, DVD/CD/MP3/USB/SD AM/FM Car Stereo, 6.2 Inch Digital LCD Monitor, Wireless Remote

July 31, 2017 - Comment

Max out your music with the BOSS Audio BV9362BI In-Dash DVD Player with a 6.2″ Touchscreen Monitor. Blast out tunes on the DVD/CD player, listen to the AM/FM radio, hook up an MP3 Player or smartphone through the Auxiliary input or plug into the USB and SD ports. Bluetooth technology lets you stream audio apps

Max out your music with the In-Dash DVD Player with a 6.2″ . Blast out tunes on the DVD/CD player, listen to the radio, hook up an MP3 Player or smartphone through the Auxiliary input or plug into the USB and SD ports. technology lets you stream audio apps like Pandora or Spotify and make calls hands-free. Change up the sound style with the Preset EQ. Control it all from the touchscreen, , or your existing steering wheel controls (interface not included). Push your audio to its limits with the BV9362BI. For further product details, please scroll down.

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Amazon Customer says:

Crappie JUNK!!!! Well I installed the unit with all connections soldered. It worked great for two weeks with no issues. The camera was also installed with soldered connections and worked great for two weeks. Unfortunately now when I start my truck the unit will power up but will not play. You can’t even change radio stations. I have learned with the remote I can power it off and back on then it works. So after all the pain and money of installing it properly I have a piece of junk

Andy Reid says:

Great replacement stereo for a 2000 Toyota Celica I bought this originally for my wife’s din 1/2 Dodge truck. We decided to wait to install until we bought the new bezel for a double din, but I came across a 2000 Toyota Celica as a commuter and decided to install it in the Celica as it already had a double din radio. You have to get a kit that has two trim pieces (Scosche 2000-up Scion/Toyota DBL DIN Kit, TA1465B) that fit in slots on the regular mounting brackets as this radio is a bit slimmer on the sides than the stock radio. I used all the original brackets for the new radio, and a Metra Toyota wiring harness (All the color coded wires do match). All in all, it took me about an hour to wire everything and fit it in place. I kind of marred the dash a bit because my screwdriver wasn’t cooperating when popping clips, but all in all, it works great. It takes some getting used to, and make sure you run your brake wire to the ground wire so you can run the DVD player while rolling. It’s pretty basic as far as touch screens go these…

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