Best Camper Wall Mount Stereo With RV DVD Player Review

What is an RV Entertainment System?

The entertainment system in your camper is a wall mounted stereo that’s most likely located somewhere near the TV.

They normally include the stereo system, an RV DVD player, radio, CD player, USB port/charger, and sometimes even Bluetooth so you can play music on your RV stereo system or control it directly from your phone.

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Most campers come with some sort of RV entertainment system, even the older ones. Once DVDs became popular they started adding a DVD player to all of them so people could watch movies no matter how out remote they were camping.

The cool thing about the RV DVD players in these wall mount stereos is they run on 12 volt power. That means if you have a 12 volt TV you can watch movies using only your RV batteries.

That eliminates having to run a noisy generator when you want to watch a show.

Many of us have made the switch to online streaming services in our homes, but all the old DVDs we have lying around are perfect for keeping in campers since we often camp in places with no wifi.

DVD players might be outdated in the regular world, but for camping, they’re still an awesome way to entertain the kids on a rainy day or to enjoy a nice evening inside.

The main downside to RV entertainment systems is the DVD players in them often break, especially in the older models.

If you’re tired of the crappy wall mount stereo with an old and broken RV DVD player, the good news is there are plenty of updated options out there.

And they come in all different sizes so you can find a good replacement that will fit where the old one was.

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In this review, I’m going to go over some of the best wall mount stereos with RV DVD players. Most of these also include HDMI ports, USB ports, and Bluetooth.

Chances are all of these are going to be an excellent upgrade to the RV stereo/entertainment system you have right now.

Best Overall
iRV Technology iRV66 AM/FM/CD/DVD/MP3/MP4/USB/SD/HDMI/Digital5.1/Surround Sound/Bluetooth 3 Zones wall mount RV Radio Stereo with wire adaptor Concertone ZX500/600/690/700,Genesis GT-3.0
Good
Furrion 120W 2-Zone Entertainment System with a Built-in DVD Player. Supports CD, DVD, MP3, WMA, MP4, AVI, AM & FM Radio with USB, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC & Mobile App connectivity - DV3300S-BL
Jensen JWM62A AM|FM|DVD|CD|USB|AUX|App Ready Bluetooth Wallmount Stereo w/ App Control, 3-Speaker Zones / 8 Speaker Output 8X 6 Watt, Receives Bluetooth Audio (A2DP) & Controls (AVRCP) from Devices
RecPro RV Stereo System CD/DVD/MP3 Player with Bluetooth | Wall Mount Receiver | Dual Zone (No, Do Not Include Speakers)
Better
MAGNADYNE RV6200 AM/FM/BT/DVD Wall Mount Multimedia Receiver | RV5090 Direct RV & Camper Replacement
Max Watt Output
200
120
48
50
230
Speaker Zones
3
2
3
2
3
Bluetooth
Models for 2 or 3 Speaker Zones
Both
Both
Both
2 Only
3 Only
Multi Zone Volume Control
Remote Included

Best Overall

iRV Technology iRV66 AM/FM/CD/DVD/MP3/MP4/USB/SD/HDMI/Digital5.1/Surround Sound/Bluetooth 3 Zones wall mount RV Radio Stereo with wire adaptor Concertone ZX500/600/690/700,Genesis GT-3.0
Max Watt Output
200
Speaker Zones
3
Bluetooth
Models for 2 or 3 Speaker Zones
Both
Multi Zone Volume Control
Remote Included

Good

Furrion 120W 2-Zone Entertainment System with a Built-in DVD Player. Supports CD, DVD, MP3, WMA, MP4, AVI, AM & FM Radio with USB, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC & Mobile App connectivity - DV3300S-BL
Max Watt Output
120
Speaker Zones
2
Bluetooth
Models for 2 or 3 Speaker Zones
Both
Multi Zone Volume Control
Remote Included
Jensen JWM62A AM|FM|DVD|CD|USB|AUX|App Ready Bluetooth Wallmount Stereo w/ App Control, 3-Speaker Zones / 8 Speaker Output 8X 6 Watt, Receives Bluetooth Audio (A2DP) & Controls (AVRCP) from Devices
Max Watt Output
48
Speaker Zones
3
Bluetooth
Models for 2 or 3 Speaker Zones
Both
Multi Zone Volume Control
Remote Included
RecPro RV Stereo System CD/DVD/MP3 Player with Bluetooth | Wall Mount Receiver | Dual Zone (No, Do Not Include Speakers)
Max Watt Output
50
Speaker Zones
2
Bluetooth
Models for 2 or 3 Speaker Zones
2 Only
Multi Zone Volume Control
Remote Included

Better

MAGNADYNE RV6200 AM/FM/BT/DVD Wall Mount Multimedia Receiver | RV5090 Direct RV & Camper Replacement
Max Watt Output
230
Speaker Zones
3
Bluetooth
Models for 2 or 3 Speaker Zones
3 Only
Multi Zone Volume Control
Remote Included

Best Wall Mount RV Stereo with DVD Player Reviews

1. iRV Technology iRV66 Wall Mount RV Stereo

iRV Technology iRV66 AM/FM/CD/DVD/MP3/MP4/USB/SD/HDMI/Digital5.1/Surround Sound/Bluetooth 3 Zones wall mount RV Radio Stereo with wire adaptor Concertone ZX500/600/690/700,Genesis GT-3.0

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iRV Technology makes a few sizes of wall mounted stereos with RV DVD players.

The iRV66 linked to above is made to be a direct replacement for Concertone ZX800, ZX700, ZX690, ZX500, and Genesis Technologies GT3.0 RV stereos. There are two wiring harness adapters included for either brand.

If you are looking to replace a different brand this could still work if it matches the size of the wall mount. The mounting dimensions are 6 3/4 inches wide, 9 1/2 inches tall, and 5 inches deep.

The overall dimensions of the faceplate are 8 1/2 inches wide, 11 inches tall, and 6 inches deep. The faceplate will stick out 1 inch.

Every RV has a different number of speaker zones, many have two zones inside and 1 zone outside making 3 in total.

The iRV66 supports 3 speaker zones, with the first zone including 5.1 digital surround sound and two subwoofer outputs.

The RV stereo can output a maximum of 200 watts.

Note if you’re RV only has 1 subwoofer you can disconnect one of the subwoofer cables to make the iRV66 compatible.

Now for the ports, this wall mounted RV stereo has 3 HDMI inputs and outputs. One of the HDMI inputs is on the front faceplate so you can easily connect gaming systems or streaming devices like the Roku Streaming Stick (click to view on Amazon).

You can also put a streaming stick in one of the back HDMI inputs so it’s out of the way.

There’s also an OPT Audio-in and a COA Audio-in port on the back. (to read more about what those are check out the FAQ section below)

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On the front, there are a lot of input ports which really make the iRV66 user friendly.

There’s a port for a 3.5 mm AUX (headphone) cable, an SD card port that can play MP4, MP3, and JPEG files, a USB port to charge your phone or input video, and an HDMI port.

This RV stereo is capable of connecting to your phone via Bluetooth so you can play music through your RV speakers wirelessly.

There’s also an app you can download to control the entire RV entertainment system, like a remote for your smartphone.

iRV remote app for the iRV wall mount stereo with RV DVD player
Inside the iRV Technologies app that lets you control its camper wall mount stereo with RV DVD player.

If you don’t want to use your smartphone there’s a remote included.

On top of being an AM/FM radio, there’s an RV DVD player and CD player combo inside the unit.

All of the settings can be controlled via the smartphone app or buttons on the face of the RV stereo. There’s a backlit LED screen as well.

If you’re looking to replace your RV wall mount stereo that has a mounting hole that matches this, or it’s one of the brands this can directly replace the iRV Technology iRV66 Wall Mount RV Stereo is a fantastic option.

It’s also a great overall RV stereo if you’re building your own camper or skoolie and want a 12 volt powered RV DVD player and stereo system.

There’s a smaller version that’s about half the length called the iRV34 (click to view on Amazon). It has all of the same features of the iRV66 and it’s an exact replacement for Genesis gt-2.o RV stereos.

If you’re looking for a small 2 speaker zone RV entertainment center the iRV31 (click to view on Amazon) is another great wall mount RV receiver made by iRV Technology.

PROS

  • 4.1 Bluetooth Connection
  • Smartphone Remote Control App
  • HDMI Input on Front
  • Included Adapters For Easy Replacement
  • 12V RV DVD Player
  • Tons of Input Ports

CONS

  • LED Display Cannot Be Dimmed & Doesn’t Go Dark
  • Slow Remote & Button Response
  • No Multi Zone Volume Control

2. Furrion RV Entertainment System

Furrion 120W 2-Zone Entertainment System with a Built-in DVD Player. Supports CD, DVD, MP3, WMA, MP4, AVI, AM & FM Radio with USB, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC & Mobile App connectivity - DV3300S-BL

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Furrion makes a ton of products that are specifically made for RVs.

Their RV backup camera (click to see review) is one of my favorite camper electronics made by them and they make some fantastic wall mount RV entertainment systems as well.

The Furrion RV stereos come in two different sizes for different RV speaker zones. The one linked to above is for 2 speaker zones but there’s also a larger 3 speaker zone version (click to view on Amazon).

The 2 zone model can output up to 120 watts. It’s also very compact the inner part is only  7 1/16 inches wide, 2 inches tall, and 6 1/16 inches long (it will also fit in larger mounting holes since the faceplate is much larger)

The faceplate measures 7 15/16 inches wide, 4 3/8 inches tall, and almost 1 inch deep.

It’s compact, but the 2 Zone Furrion RV stereo has a lot of features.

The front plate has a stylish LCD screen and backlit buttons. There’s a 3.5 mm AUX audio input on the front, a headphone jack, and a USB port that supports MP3, WMA, MP4, and AVI media formats.

The RV DVD player also reads CDs and there’s an AM/FM radio inside with 30 radio station presets.

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In the back, there are the standard RCA inputs and outputs, a subwoofer output, 1 HDMI output, and an IR control jack.

I would like to see at least 1 HDMI input, but you can use the HDMI inputs on the TV, but it’s nice when the unit has one on the back and the faceplate. The bigger model does have an HDMI input on the faceplate which I’ll talk about as well.

Finally, the Furrion has high tech 4.0 Bluetooth connection capabilities so you can stream music wirelessly with your phone and connect to Furrion’s smartphone app you can use to control the system like a remote.

Furrion 3-Zone Entertainment System with a built-in DVD Player & 2-Zone Independent Control. Supports CD, DVD, MP3, WMA, MP4, AVI, Radio, USB, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC, HDMI-In, AUX-In & LCD - DV1230-BL

The Furrion 3 zone model (click to view on Amazon) can output up to 130 watts. The inner part of the unit measures 7 inches wide, around 4 inches tall, and 5 13/16 inches deep.

The faceplate is 4 11/16 inches tall, 9 13/16 inches wide, and 3/4 inches deep.

It has all of the same features of the 2 zone model like the Bluetooth, radio, RV DVD player but there are more ports on the front and back.

On the faceplate, there’s an AUX input, headphone jack, USB, and an HDMI port. The front HDMI port comes in handy if you want to quickly connect a gaming system or digital video player.

On the back, there are RCA audio inputs and outputs, a subwoofer output, an HDMI output, optical audio input, and IR control jack.

Other than the additional speaker zone and HDMI input, the optical audio cable, and the larger faceplate and inner dimensions the 3 Zone Furrion is the same as the smaller 2 zone.

Any of the Furrion RV entertainment systems are fantastic choices for upgrading your RV stereo or adding one to a homemade camper, van, or skoolie.

They’re made with RVing in mind and have vibration resistant designs and sealed parts to make them hold up longer against humidity and hot/freezing temperatures.

One rare feature they have is multi zone volume control. That means you can control the volume of each zone instead of just one big master volume.

The front plate design on either model is also very stylish and a refreshing deviation from the traditional “all buttons” RV stereo look.

PROS

  • LCD Screen
  • 4.0 Bluetooth
  • Smartphone Remote Control App
  • HDMI Input on Front (3 Zone Model Only)
  • 12V RV DVD Player
  • Multi Zone Volume Control

CONS

  • No Remote Included
  • Limited HDMI Ports
  • Low Power Output

 


3. Jensen Wall Mount Stereo RV DVD Player

Jensen JWM62A AM|FM|DVD|CD|USB|AUX|App Ready Bluetooth Wallmount Stereo w/ App Control, 3-Speaker Zones / 8 Speaker Output 8X 6 Watt, Receives Bluetooth Audio (A2DP) & Controls (AVRCP) from Devices

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The Jensen JWM62A wall mount stereo with RV DVD player is made to be an upgraded replacement for Jensen AWM968 and JWM60A, but it’s also a great overall upgrade to any older RV entertainment systems that have a compatible mounting hole.

There are 3 speaker zones that can connect to 8 speakers in total. This is one of the lower power output RV stereos in this review, only 48 watts in total.

There’s an RV DVD player that can also read CDs and a USB input that can read MPS and WMA files.

Of course, there’s an AM/FM radio built in and the display also doubles as a clock with an alarm.

One downside to this RV receiver is there are no HDMI inputs or outputs. You must connect it to your RV via RCA cables (the red, yellow, and white connectors).

Since most televisions connect via HDMI now I think it’s a little short sighted of Jensen to not add one, but they’re still a reputable brand and this is still a solid 12 volt RV DVD player/stereo so I’m adding it to this review.

The video outputs are in the back of the unit and the USB and AUX input are on the front panel.

The mounting dimensions for the inner part of the Jensen RV radio are 9.3 inches wide, 6.11 inches deep, and 5.12 inches tall.

The front faceplate is 10.4 inches wide, 6.77 inches tall, and about an inch thick.

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There is a Bluetooth feature that allows you to play music wirelessly. There’s also an app that turns your phone into a remote control for the RV entertainment system.

The LCD screen on the front has LED backlighting. One cool thing about the Jensen is you can actually dim the backlight, that’s not something all companies add to their RV stereos.

Included with the unit are a remote control, a 20 pin speaker wire harness, and an RCA cable.

The Jensen Wall Mount Stereo RV DVD Player is missing a few key inputs like HDMI but if you have a 12 volt TV in your RV odds are the RCA output will still give you a good quality picture.

If this is a direct replacement for the old Jensen RV radio in your camper then this is going to be an excellent upgrade that won’t take a lot of work to install.

There’s also a smaller 2 speaker zone option you can get here (click to view on Amazon).

PROS

  • Bluetooth
  • Smartphone Remote Control App
  • Remote Included
  • 12V RV DVD Player
  • Dimmable LCD Screen

CONS

  • Low Watt Output to Speakers
  • No HDMI (Connect TV Via RCA)
  • No Multi Zone Volume Control

4. RecPro RV Stereo System CD/DVD/MP3

RecPro RV Stereo System CD/DVD/MP3 Player with Bluetooth | Wall Mount Receiver | Dual Zone (No, Do Not Include Speakers)

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The company RecPro has recently come out with its own camper stereo system with an RV DVD player.

It’s simple but modern looking and a good option for replacing an older RV stereo of a similar size, or using to create an entirely new speaker/video system in your camper.

The inner unit measures 6 3/4 inches wide, 4 inches tall, and  6 1/2 inches deep.

The outer panel is 8 1/4 inches wide, 4 1/2 inches tall, and about 1/2 an inch deep. It doesn’t stick out very far once mounted into a wall.

The maximum watt output is 50.

On the back, there’s an HDMI port, and RCA outputs/inputs.

Even though there are not many input ports on the back the front panel has an IR port, AUX, USB 5V charge, and an HDMI port.

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There are wiring harnesses and a remote included.

The RV DVD player can also play CDs and the LCD display is dimmable and has a clock mode.

Like many of the RV stereos in this review, the RecPro also has a Bluetooth function so you can connect your smartphone and play music wirelessly.

Even though there’s a remote included they also have an app you can download that turns your smartphone into a remote.

Last but not least there’s an AM/FM radio built in.

The RecPro RV Stereo System CD/DVD/MP3 is fairly simple but it has the 12 volt RV DVD player which is the main thing you want.

I don’t think the app is the most useful thing but it’s there if you want to use it. Luckily RecPro has included a remote as well.

PROS

  • Dimmable LCD Screen
  • Bluetooth
  • Smartphone Remote Control App
  • Remote Included
  • 12V RV DVD Player
  • Front HDMI Port

CONS

  • Low Watt Output to Speakers
  • No Multi Zone Volume Control

5. Magnadyne Wall Mount RV Multimedia Player

MAGNADYNE RV6200 AM/FM/BT/DVD Wall Mount Multimedia Receiver | RV5090 Direct RV & Camper Replacement

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Magnadyne, much like Jensen RV radios, is a brand of wall mount stereo that’s put in some RVs right from the factory. If your camper has a Magnadyne RV stereo in it, chances are this will be a direct replacement for it.

The RV6200 is the only option in this review that uses a touch screen on the front display instead of buttons.

The front LCD display takes up almost the entire faceplate of the RV entertainment center, but there’s still an RV DVD player and some input ports.

The screen is backlit but it has a dimming feature so you can darken it at night. There’s also a clock display with an alarm function.

If you don’t like touch screens and you prefer buttons there’s this rugged version called the Magnadyne RV6100 (click to view on Amazon) that’s almost the exact same thing as the RV6200, it just has buttons.

Magnadyne RV6100 AM|FM|DVD|CD|USB|AUX|App Ready Bluetooth Wallmount Stereo w/ App Control | Single Din Multimedia Receiver | RV & Camper Radio Replacement Stereo

The touch screen model is their most popular version and it’s definitely an upgrade to most RV stereos.

The inner part measures only 7 inches wide, 2 inches high, 5 inches deep. The faceplate is 10 1/2 inches wide, 7 1/8 inches high, and about 2 inches deep.

To make it compatible to replace larger mounting holes the RV6200 comes with an adapter plate that goes behind the inner deck to fill the empty space.

There are also wiring harnesses adapters included to make replacing certain models much faster.

On the back, there are RCA video inputs and outputs, a 20 pin speaker harness output, and an HDMI output that supports ARC for smart TVs.

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On the faceplate, there are two USB input ports, one that supports quick charging, and one that supports media input in the form of MP3, WMA, MPEG2, MPEG4, and AVI files.

There’s also an AUX input, a headphone output, and an IR sensor for remote controls.

There’s an RV DVD player that reads CDs and an AM/FM radio that has an antenna jack in the back for better reception.

The Magnadyne RV6200 outputs the most power of any of the RV stereos in this review.

The 3 speaker zones are capable of outputting 45 watts to 4 speakers on zone A/B and 25 watts to two speakers on zone C. Zone C is normally for the outside speakers that don’t require as much power.

On top of all that, each zone’s volume can be controlled independently. A feature only found on the Furrion RV Entertainment Systems (click to view on Amazon) in this review.

The Bluetooth feature lets you connect and stream music from your phone wirelessly. And there’s also an app that turns your phone into a remote control.

Luckily there’s also a physical remote included for those of us who aren’t into the app control feature.

If you want the most modern looking and feature packed wall mounted stereo with an RV DVD player in your camper, then the Magnadyne RV Multimedia Player is the best option.

It’s has a high watt output, multi zone volume control, a high tech LCD display with touch control, and there’s still a 12 volt DVD player inside.

I would like to see an HDMI on the front, because I love being able to easily set up gaming consoles, but it’s still one of the best options for an upgraded RV stereo in this review.

PROS

  • Multi Zone Volume Control
  • LCD Touch Screen
  • Remote Included
  • Adapters For Easy Replacement
  • 12V RV DVD Player
  • Dimmable Backlight
  • App Remote Feature
  • Bluetooth

CONS

  • No HDMI Input Anywhere
  • No 2 Zone Option

What to Look for in an RV DVD Player Stereo

Compatible Mounting Size

Most of us are looking for an RV Stereo to replace an old outdated or broken one that’s already in our camper.

Since rebuilding the area where the unit will be installed takes a lot of work, it’s normally easier to get an RV entertainment center that will not only fit in the wall mounting area but also has a large enough faceplate to cover everything.

Most of the time you can make the inner mounting part work if the deck is smaller than the older one, but having to remake the outer frame isn’t usually the best way to go.

If you’re building your own camper or skoolie from scratch and you just want a wall mount stereo with a built in 12 volt DVD player, you’ll have a lot more options since you can build the cabinet for the specific RV stereo you buy.

RV DVD Player

12 volt DVD players can be hard to find. And if you want a complete RV entertainment system that can run off of your 12 volt batteries you are going to need one.

A wall mount stereo with an RV DVD player already installed is going to be one of the simplest ways to go.

RCA video audio cables usd to connect a 12 volt TV to a wall mounted stereo with an RV DVD player
RCA cables for connecting non-HDMI devices to camper wall mounted stereos with RV DVD players.

Compatible Input for TV

Most televisions connect via HDMI now, and many RV stereos have both HDMI and the older RCA outputs for older TVs.

The popular Jensen RV radio in this review is the only option that doesn’t have any HDMI ports at all. In rare cases, this may be a problem if you plan on connecting it to a monitor or TV that only connects via HDMI.

My Choice For Best RV DVD Player Stereo

iRV Technology iRV66 Wall Mount RV Stereo

iRV Technology iRV66 AM/FM/CD/DVD/MP3/MP4/USB/SD/HDMI/Digital5.1/Surround Sound/Bluetooth 3 Zones wall mount RV Radio Stereo with wire adaptor Concertone ZX500/600/690/700,Genesis GT-3.0

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Even though I really like the independent volume control for the different speaker zones that the Furrion RV Entertainment System and the Magnadyne Wall Mount RV Multimedia Player offers, the iRV Technology still has a few things that push it ahead of the rest.

First, the max power output is really good on the iRV66 and 32.

It gives you more options for the kind of speakers you might want to install and there are two subwoofer outputs which means you could potentially have an incredible full surround sound speaker system built into your RV.

There are also a crazy amount of inputs and outputs on this RV stereo. You will be able to connect everything directly to the base unit and you won’t have to mess with the ports on the TV.

I really like the multiple HDMI inputs and outputs on the back. You can put a small Roku Streaming Stick (click to view on Amazon) into one of the back ports when you install the stereo.

It will be hidden out of the way, and you can use the streaming features when you have wifi.

There are also a lot of ports on the faceplate, including an SD card slot that can read MP4, MP3, and JPEG files if you want to play music from it or look at photos on your TV.

It might look a little outdated, but the iRV Technology iRV 66 and 32 stereos have a lot to offer and are some of the best wall mount stereos with RV DVD players in this review.

Frequently Asked Questions About RV Wall Mount Stereos

Does the RV battery run the RV entertainment system and TV?

Yes, the RV entertainment system is connected to the 12 volt power in a camper, which means the RV batteries are what power it or the 12 volt converter when you’re connected to power.

The RV TV can be powered by the RV battery if it’s a 12 volt one that’s plugged into 12 volt power. But if it’s a normal TV that uses a wall plug then it won’t be able to be run by the RV battery.

If you’re boondocking or dry camping you can always use a portable power station (click to see the best ones here) to power your TV since they don’t use much electricity.

See Also: What Will The RV Battery Run?

What is an OPT Audio In Port & a COA Audio In Port?

OPT Audio stands for Optical Audio, which is a port for digital audio systems that use optical audio cables like these (click to view on Amazon).

Common devices that use these are TV soundbars and some video game consoles.

You won’t need to worry about the OPT audio port in your wall mount RV stereo if you are only connecting the built in RV speaker system.

But it’s a nice feature to have if you want to add a small soundbar like this (click to view on Amazon) under your RV TV.

COA means Coaxial, so a COA audio input is for speakers that use a coaxial audio cable like this (click to view on Amazon).

How do I connect my phone to an RV stereo with Bluetooth?

Many of the newer RV entertainment systems have a Bluetooth feature you can use to stream music from your smartphone wirelessly to the built in speaker system in your camper.

Many also use Bluetooth and an app to turn your phone into a remote control you can use to change the speaker zones, volume, and even control the RV DVD player if it has one.

To pair your phone with the RV stereo you need to find a button with the Bluetooth Symbol or one that says “BT”.

If you can’t find a Bluetooth specific button you can normally also switch through the modes until you find the one for Bluetooth.

Once you’ve clicked on the Bluetooth button on the RV radio or found the right mode, go into the Bluetooth setting on your phone.

In the devices section, the brand or model name of the RV entertainment system you have should appear. You can then click on it and your device will connect.

You are now ready to start listening to music or use the remote app to control it.

What is the iRV app?

Many of the iRV RV entertainment systems have an app feature you can use to make your smartphone a remote control.

The app is called iRV Technologies Remote.

It can be found on the Apple App Store for iPhones (click to view) and Google Play Store for Android Phones (click to view).

What is the Furrion app for the Furrion RV stereo remote?

The remote app for Furrion RV entertainment systems is called Furrion ES Control.

It can be found on the Apple App Store for iPhones (click to view) and Google Play Store for Android Phones (click to view).

One of the big downsides to the newer Furrion RV stereo models is they don’t come with physical remotes and you have to use your phone if you want to control it wirelessly.

What is the Jensen RV radio app?

If you have a newer Jensen RV stereo, chances are it can be controlled via Bluetooth on your smartphone using the jControl app.

It can be found on the Apple App Store for iPhones (click to view) and Google Play Store for Android Phones (click to view).

What is the RecPro RV stereo app?

Many of the RecPro RV stereos are made by iRV and you can usually control them using iRV Technologies app.

What is the Magnadyne app?

Magnadyne RV entertainment systems with Bluetooth can be controlled using the Maganadyne app called “Linear Series Remote.”

It can be found on the Apple App Store for iPhones (click to view) and Google Play Store for Android Phones (click to view).

Have any more questions about wall mount stereos with RV DVD players? Leave a comment below.

by Jenni
Jenni grew up in a small town in Idaho. With a family that loves camping, she has been towing trailers since a very young age.

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