12/12/2017

BOSS AUDIO BV9980NV Single-DIN 7 inch Motorized Touchscreen DVD Player Receiver GPS Navigation, Bluetooth, Detachable Front Panel, Wireless Remote

BOSS AUDIO BV9980NV Single-DIN 7 inch Motorized Touchscreen DVD Player Receiver GPS Navigation, Bluetooth, Detachable Front Panel, Wireless Remote

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  • 85 Watts x 4 Max Power, RDS Tuner, Balance/Fader/Bass/Treble and Preset built-in EQ
  • Plays DVD/CD/USB/SD, MP3, WMA, FM/AM and Smart Phones
  • Compatible with Audio out from Smartphones and MP3 Players
  • USB, SD, Aux, AV, Rear Camera, Steering Wheel Control Inputs
  • Video, Front, Rear & Sub Pre Amp Outputs
  • Detachable Panel, Wireless Remote, Built-in Subwoofer Control, Maps of USA & Puerto Rico
  • Bluetooth Hands Free & Bluetooth Audio Streaming – play music and apps like Spotify/Pandora wirelessly
  • 3 Year Platinum Dealer Warranty

Master the road with the Boss Audio BV9980NV 7″ touchscreen monitor with built- in DVD player and GPS navigation. Your next road trip will be a breeze with pre-loaded maps for all 50 US states and Puerto Rico Turn on the radio for the latest news and music or listen to your favorites with the DVD/CD player, USB, SD and Auxiliary ports. Bluetooth technology allows you to wirelessly stream apps like Pandora and Spotify as well as make and receive calls hands free. Reclaim your commute or go on an adventure with the Boss Audio BV9980NV. For further product details, please scroll down.

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List Price: $ 234.99

Price: $ 234.99

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  1. Kim Meeks says:
    103 of 108 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Pimping the minivan, March 30, 2014
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    Customer Video Review Length:: 2:42 Mins

    Installed on the wife’s 2010 Town and Country minivan.

    I also installed a dash kit, wiring harness, and rear view camera (TaoTronics® TT-CC04 Universal Car Rear View Flush Mount Backup Camera (Waterproof IP67 / Color CMOS / 170 Degree Viewing Angle / Silver)).
    Installation of the radio was easy. A good wiring harness helps a lot. With Chrysler’s you also need a antenna adaptor. The radio has two screws in the top you have to remove to get the CD/DVD player to work. I missed that the first go around, then caught the big “remove these screws” sticker when I pulled the unit back out a second time.

    Bluetooth works great with my wife’s LG smart phone. The DVD/CD works well after removing the IQ testing screws. The more we use the GPS the more we like it. My wife was able to navigate the igo navigation software after about a minute of using it. I hope to test the SD card slot for music as soon as I get a SD card.

    The (key A) and (key B) wires are the steering wheel control inputs. I haven’t used those two wires yet because I need to do some research first. I ran a 12 volt wire with an inline fuse to the (+) sig lighter wire for ignition power(red harness wire). After that most of the wires will go to the color coded wires of a harness adapter. The green parking brake wire you can ground to the back of the unit (do at your own risk). It is illegal and dangerous to watch movies while you drive. I ran a wire from the reverse light (+) positive to the pink harness wire so the radio would switch to the rear view camera in reverse. Running the wires for the rear view camera (not included) was the hardest part.

    I did send an email to Boss’s tech support and got a response about 2 day later. I would have liked to see some interchangeable skins for the radio but for the price no big deal. You also get two guide books but no install instructions. So Again, I recommend a good harness adapter.

    Update 4/12/2014:
    Installed some Rockford Fosgate R169X3 speakers Rockford Fosgate R169X3 Prime 6 x 9 Inch 3-Way Full-Range Coaxial Speaker – Set of 2. Holy cow, I highly recommend these speakers for factory replacement.

    I finally got around to using the SD card slot for music/video’s. Long story short buy a class 10 SD card. I had good luck with a Sony Class 10 SD card. I was able to play MP3′s and MP4 movies with no problems. I had bad luck with a sandisk class 4 SD card (amazon best seller). The class 4 will only play MP3′s. I get “unsupported format” if I try anything other then MP3.

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  2. Steven Huang says:
    36 of 38 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Very Nice and great price., June 28, 2015
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    Steven Huang (SI, NY USA) –
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    Very good Stereo, but there is no voice search for address like Google Maps There is the build in live traffic channel, the I think the US is so way behind than the Europe. So there is no live traffic display on GPS. it will be nicer the USB connector able to get the wireless service from the cellular phone to have the live traffic display. Even update the firmware of the radio like the Pioneer. Despite all of these, I like the maps are in memories (micro SD card.) The Steering Wheel Control is Bluetooth :( , not wiring. This means we need to buy a Bluetooth adapter for this stereo.

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  3. Roman says:
    59 of 66 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    So Far Im Impressed, March 24, 2014
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    Roman

    So I decided to purchase the BOSS BV9386NV last night. I was a little hesitant because it’s not a well known brand. It was between a Kenwood, Pioneer, (both which did not have navigation and were $350) or the BOSS.

    I just completed the installation and messed around with it for a while to check out its features. I installed it myself on a 2006 Ford Focus, cause my OEM CD player was damaged. At first I was concerned because the CD’s would not read, but I figured theres 2 screws on the top of the radio that need to be removed prior to installation. (clumsy me)

    Sounds better and louder than the OEM head unit as it is 340 watts, 85watts per channel, most aftermarkets are rated at 50w per channel (I did not install any AMPs or Subwoofers just plain OEM speakers)
    -Radio-The radio stations preset automatically after you scan for the first time, which I thought was cool.
    -CD/DVD- CD works normal. DVD The picture is clear. You have to hook up the “park” wire in order for DVD to work i.e. ground it.
    -Navigation- The navigation program takes about 5-10 seconds to load. I went for a short drive around the block and it works well, I entered an address and took me right to it. The only thing I have to figure out is if there is a direction that the GPS antenna needs to be pointed. Since I’m just testing out this brand, I attached it to the dashboard temporarily with velcro. The navigation system has many features and options, you can set addresses and Places Of Interest (POI’s) very easily. I would have to actually take it for a trip to see how well it helps me find things i.e. restaurants and such.
    -USB- Did not detect my iPhone 5 or my wife’s iPhone 4S to play music but does charge the phones batteries.
    -Bluetooth- Once I paired both of the iPhone’s, I could play my music as well as Pandora. The screen will not display what you are playing, but you can fast forward/ back to the next songs by touching the screen or using your phone. Sound is clear.
    -Bluetooth phone pairing- It was easy, I made a few phone calls and synced my phone book. The person I called said it sounded clear.
    -Touch Screen- Works very well, I thought there would be a time lapse when switching from features, but its very minimal if any at all.
    -SD card- I haven’t messed with yet.
    -Front A/V- I hooked up my iPhone5 to the Front A/V jack port and plays music.
    -Remote- My remote did not work, but I wasn’t planning on using it anyway.
    -Does not come with a rear camera or second screen, but has the hook ups for it.

    I bought this head unit at a Fry’s for $229. With a 2 year warranty for $30. Can’t beat this deal for Navigation system as the name brand ones start at about $600.
    I gave it four stars just because of the USB that will not detect my iPhones, and the cheap remote, but I can live with that.
    I’d say if you are contemplating on purchasing one of these units, go for it as long as you have a good return policy (just in case).

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