In-Dash Single-DIN DVD/MP3 CD AM/FM Receiver with 7-Inch Widescreen Touchscreen TFT Digital Monitor
Full iPod / iPhone Control
Play your music through your iPod/iPhone just like you always would via a 30-Pin Dock connector cable that connects to the back of the BV9963I and is in the form of a USB port.
Important: If your Boss Audio receiver has a USB port in the front of, like most do, you will not be able to have the “Full iPod/iPhone control.” This will only work if you insert a USB memory stick only. Basically the same function as an SD memory card port.
Compatible With Audio Output of iPod / iPhone, Smartphones, and MP3 Players
On the front of the BV9963I is an input labeled “AUX,” which allows the input of audio signals from MP3 players, smartphones, and portable music players using a cable with two 3.5mm male plugs.
Important: Please note that this feature is not the same as the “Full iPod Control.” This feature will only allow you to control your music and video by clicking on the designated buttons via the face or front side of your unit.
Steering Wheel Interface
Be even safer with the interface capability that allows you to connect the existing steering wheel controls that you already have straight to the BV9963I in a wide variety of vehicles to almost any brand of aftermarket stereos. Control the volume, change channels, answer calls, and more.
Switchable US & Europe Tuner Frequencies
If you happen to take the BV9963I outside of the U.S., you are able to pick up European frequencies so that you can enjoy your music abroad as well.
The Radio Data System allows FM broadcasters to send more than an analog audio signal out over the airwaves. Using a 57 kHz “subcarrier,” stations can transmit digital RDS data – depending on what the broadcaster transmits and what your tuner can pick up, you can receive information such as the name of the artist/song, name of the station, genre, traffic information, and more.
Output Power: 85 Watts x 4 Channels
The BV9963I offers four channels that can be used to hook up four speakers. Typically though, it is a much better practice to have an amplifier running your system.