Question about JVC KD-AVX33 Car Video Player
I'm unable to connect the KD-AVX33 to a USB hard drive. The drive is self-powered through USB with a second cable you can connect to another USB port for additional power. I tried connecting the power USB cable into a laptop and the Data USB into the JVC USB port and it still won't connect. I've tried 3 other brands of USB HD's As well...same problem
I have a Lacy 160G laptop external HDD attached to it..It works fine... The format of the HDD should also be FAT32. The structure of the files should be Album/MP3
For a HDD that big look for software on the internet which can convert it from NTSF to FAT32 it should work perfectly.
The only thing I haven't been able to get working is videofiles...on the same HDD. Anyone got an idea?
Posted on Feb 26, 2008
I bought this model also. It depends how much power the external drive uses. The models with 2 usb cables usually don't work because they require more power.
The hdd cannot be bigger than around 20GB, not more then 12 folders and no more then 2500 files. I saw at some forums.
If you have a pen drive at 8 to 12 GB i don't think you have problems with these. anything bigger and you have to be lucky.
Maybe at my company i can try some drives as we have them to test/use.
Posted on Nov 30, 2007
To MegaRex: sorry, i don't speak english, simply: AVmenu>set up>disc menu1>file type>video... again reading USB and you see :)
Posted on Apr 17, 2008
I have found that you need separate HD for video and music. I load all my songs on a 40 gb HD and all my video on a 16 GB thumb drive.
Posted on May 15, 2009
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