JBL MR-18 Sirius-Ready AM/FM CD Receiver
180 watts (45 x 4) peak
2 pairs of line output terminals
iPod-ready with aux in
Unique two-line display
Detachable control panel with carrying case
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Q:I just bought from Overtons.com a JBL MR-18. I would like to know if there is a wireless remote control for the specific model..
Thank you.Asked on 8/16/2012 by Captain Stelios from New York, NY
A:There is not a wireless remote available for this unit currently.Answered on 11/14/2012 by Justin from Overton's
Q:which jbl speakers are right for this receiver MS6100 or MS6200?Asked on 11/24/2009 by Rob from Naples,FL
A:This unit pushes 45 watts to up to four speakers each. You can use any brand speakers that are rated at 45 watts rms or higher. Item 74475 would not be a good choice because those are only 35 watts rms. If your unit pushes more watts than a speaker can handle it blows the speaker and sounds really bad.Answered on 11/27/2009 by Justin from Overton's Technician
Q:If I have a JBL MR-15, is there any radio that you sell that is i-Pod ready that will hook up to the same MR-15 connectors?Asked on 6/29/2009 by Anonymous
A:Sorry---as radios change, so do the connectors---this is a very common question.
The good news is the installation of a new unit is typically very straightforward---connectors and all.Answered on 7/6/2009 by Glenn from Overtons
Q:I currently have the JBL MR-15. Will the MR-18 connect to the same wire lead connectors that I have for the MR-15?Asked on 6/16/2009 by Anonymous
A:No--there is a different
wiring harness used.Answered on 6/19/2009 by Glenn from Overtons
Q:How do I go from a 16 pin (8 X 2) kenwood harness to the 12 pin (3 x4) harness on the jbl?Asked on 5/23/2009 by Hank
A:This radio should have come with a wiring harness with a plug on one side and loose wires on the other side. You need to cut out the old harness from the Kenwood and wire in the harnes that came with the JBL.
Cuts should be made with the knowledge that you will need to crimp or solder the new harness in, so you should leave enough wire to have working room. This often means cutting the wires close to the radio/plug rather than down in the dash.Answered on 6/8/2009 by Chris from Lawrenceville, Ga
A:We do not sell a connector for this application.Answered on 6/8/2009 by Glenn from Overtons