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  # 942890 29-Nov-2013 12:48
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rhysb: 
You can use the JVC app to control a hidden head unit.



I've seen that but looking at all the 1 star reviews of the app doesn't look good.

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  # 943378 30-Nov-2013 12:55
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Are head decks in nz still being supplies with the stupid bare wire loom in the box? The last job I got came with iso plugs on the loom so just plugged straight into the car loom.




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  # 943400 30-Nov-2013 13:26
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richms: Are head decks in nz still being supplies with the stupid bare wire loom in the box? The last job I got came with iso plugs on the loom so just plugged straight into the car loom.


Yes. But its a simple change to just plug in a new ISO plug. 
Last time I bought I had to buy a Pioneer ---> ISO and a ISO ----> Toyota. 

Plenty on ebay

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  # 943415 30-Nov-2013 15:28
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All the parallel import songs I have bought had the right loom in the box but the one time I bought non PI, I had to go spend another $20 on a useful loom.

Outrageous price but what else can you do really.

JVc seem to have the right loom in the box of all I have bought. Makes the brand decision easy.




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  # 948532 10-Dec-2013 10:28
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Thanks all for your input!
I bought the Pioneer MVH-X365BT and am pretty happy with it!
Cheers

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