FREE Alpine SV-H300UB Headphones with the purchase of an Alpine i207-WRA 7” In Dash Digital Receiver!
The Alpine i207-WRA 7-inch In-Dash Digital Receiver is the ultimate multimedia accessory for your Jeep Wrangler JK. With a 7" VGA touch screen compatible with Apple CarPlay & Android Auto, the i207 In-Dash Digital Receiver also allows hands free phones calls, directions, text access or selecting music — all allowing you to keep your eyes on the road while providing the enhanced driving experience you deserve. Plus, the unit includes plug and play harness and is engineered to perfectly to fit the Wrangler JK multimedia bezel which makes for easy installation. Features a one-year factory warranty.
Alpine headphones are unique in every way. The diamond-shaped ear-pieces feature large, soft ear cushions for highest wearing comfort and give you good isolation from your surroundings. You can even fold-flat the ear-pieces for easier stowage during transportation. The head-band is air cushioned with a high-quality rubber design. On the right ear-piece you find a 3.5mm headphone jack, a micro USB connector to charge the internal battery and a power ON/OFF switch that activates the internal bass transducer and amplifier. You can easily get 10 hours or more of battery life on a single charge and they even function as regular headphones if the battery is empty or if you turn off the bass transducer.
- Impedance: 30Ω±20%at1kHz
- Frequency Response: 15Hz - 24,000Hz
- Sound Pressure Level: 107dB ± 3dB at 1kHz max
- Total Harmonic Distortion: <0.1%at1mW/1kHz
- Alpine i207-WRA Stereo Head unit
- Wiring Kit
- Dash Surround Bezel
- Installation Instructions
- Features: Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, Bluetooth Audio, Hands Free Calling, Plug & Play Kit, Sirius XM Ready
- Stereo Type: Stereo With Install Kit
Jeep Wrangler 2-Door (JK)
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Jeep Wrangler Unlimited 4-Door (JK)
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Alpine i207-WRA 7" In-Dash Digital Receiver with Free Headphones Reviews
I really enjoy having the unit so far. The instructions are not the best and I had to watch videos before installing the unit. It was a little complicated to getting the unit inside the dash but event hung else was really easy to do. So far it's been worth it so far. Lots of really nice features that make it really convenient to have over other radios, like being able to see the check engine codes and resetting them.
Pros: Very nice sound quality and functionality. CarPlay is a huge step up from my factory 730N unit. Modern interface, with lots of features and audio adjustments.Cons: I wish this list was smaller. The install manual is lacking. For example, the manual dedicates a page to discussing the factory Uconnect module and warns the reader that "If Uconnect® module is not disconnected the Uconnect® system will stay paired with previously paired phones. The users phone may connect to both Bluetooth devices simultaneously resulting in unpredictable and potentially distracting behavior." The manual then instructs the reader to remove a portion of the dash board to locate the module for removal. It does not, however, let the reader know that certain factory radios (730N for example) have Uconnect integrated into the radio, leaving the reader to search for other possible locations for the module before scouring through Jeep forums for advice. Second, nowhere in the installation manual, description, owner's manual, or Alpine website does it inform the reader that, because the Jeep's compass resides in the factory radio (at least for 730N radios), you will lose the dash compass functionality after installing this radio. Instead, you'll get two pretty dashes. Robert at Alpine was very familiar with this issue, and was unaware of any way to get this functionality to work besides reinstalling the factory radio. Quadratec, as usual, was very helpful and was more than willing to accept a return given that they were never told about the lost compass functionality either.
I bought this for a 2017 Wrangler Sport. The factory radio was terrible from a sound quality and aesthetic view point. I bought the entire "kit" which was the head unit, speakers, and, subwoofer. I must say that the sound quality is very nice. It's what I would expect from Alpine. With all the hands free laws going into effect, that is one of the other reasons I bought it. From this perspective, I have been disappointed. To call this a plug and play unit is mostly true, but there is a lot of fine tuning you'll have to do. The space in the dash is very tight. The software also seems to be counterintuitive to me. If you use your Bluetooth vs your USB cable, it seems like two different sets of software that just have a mind of their own. When I make or receive calls, the hands free picks up for about 5 seconds and then nothing. The other person can still hear me, but I have nothing on my end and the conversation will not transfer back to my phone. It just disappears somewhere in the ether. My steering wheel sound controls also do not work at the moment. I still haven't figured a lot of the issues out. I thought maybe I was just having an ID10T error for a while, but I don't think that is the case. My next step is to take the head unit out and make sure all the plug and play connections are still in tact. The biggest reason I bout this kit aside from what I have already mentioned is the fact that it was hyped as plug and play. I have to say I am more disappointed than I would like to have been and if I had it to do again, I would have just taken my Jeep to a reputable audio place and let them install what I liked from their selection. I have to also say that I have liked Alpine for years and I still do. I'm hoping that when I take the head unit out and double check my connections I will find my issues. I suppose I could re-flash the head unit with the software packet that was included. I'll have to check into that. Hope this helps you guys in your selection.