laury posted on September 22, 2009 12:33

Now getting to your destination is easier than ever with Pioneer's (2009) AVIC series in-dash navigation receivers. With the new Pioneer AVIC Feeds App (downloadable from the apple store) you can set a destination or other points of interest in Google Maps or geo tagged photos on your iPhone and beam them directly to your Pioneer (2009) AVIC series in-dash navigation receiver.

 
 
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There are many in-dash GPS/navigation car receivers on the market today but what sets the Eclipse AVN4430 apart is the ability to the removable GPS Navigation module that allows you to stay on track even when you leave your vehicle. The ultra-clear 4.3" video is great for watching your favorite DVDs and videos but also features a release latch that allows you to detach it from the rest of the unit. When the display screen is removed, it acts as a stand-alone TomTom GPS navigation unit that retains all the familiar touch screen controls.

 

Eclipse AVN4430
 
The AVN4430 also features built-in Bluetooth that's ready to go; out of the box and many other great features like:
 
General features
  • 3-band parametric EQ
  • 24-bit digital-to-analog converter for full, detailed sound
  • Plays MP3/WMA files on CD, MP3 files on USB
  • Low-pass filter
Navigation Features
  • Detachable TomTom GPS navigation featuring map and voice turn-by-turn guidance
  • City Map mode — maps that render accurate representations of specific buildings and landmarks in many cities
  • 2.98 million points of interest (hotels, restaurants, gas stations, etc.)
  • easy update — just detach it and connect to your home computer
The Eclipse AVN4430BEC version Includes the Eclipse BEC108 Rear View Camera
 

Clarion NZ409 DVD Multimedia Receiver with Built-in Navigation

 

Clarion NZ409

 

It can be fairly hard to find a decent after-market car gps and navigation solutions when you only have 1 DIN dash opening to work with or otherwise limited by space. Most of the best in-dash navigation solutions out there require you to have a 2 DIN dash opening or pay additional premiums up front, at time of purchase, or in the form of an optional navigation accessory.

This year, Clarion seeks to change that with their release of the NZ409 DVD multimedia receiver with built in navigation. For a mere fraction of the cost of other 1 DIN navigation solutions from other top car electronics manufacturers the NZ409 offers maps of all 50 US States and Canada. The mapping software provided out of the box also features 12 million built-in PoI (Points of Interest) complete with a 3D display mode for city or elevation maps, and is stored on a 2GB flash device.

In addition to all the great navigation features, you'll still have access to all the features you'd expect from a top-of-the-line car audio/video receiver. iPod connectivity is built-in and you simply need to use your standard USB iPod cable to playback and control your music files right from the on-screen controls or included wireless remote. A full set of 6 (3 pairs) of RCA pre-amp outputs are located on the rear along with a dedicated rear view camera input and two rear A/V RCA inputs.


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Pioneer AVIC-U310BT - GPS Navigation Receiver

 

 

The AVIC-U310BT  car audio/stereo receiver is first in Pioneer's 2009 AVIC GPS navigation receivers serires. Not only is this MP3/CD player very affordable but it's also packed with features. The crystal clear 4.3" touch screen display allows you to view and control navigation maps, browse your iPod/iPhone library or control the built-in bluetooth functionality. If you're familiar with Pioneer's AVIC series, you know that their menu systems are beautiful and intuitive. You can easily sort your iPod/iPhone playlist, control your bluetooth and phone menu options, or control any of the unit's other functions.

If you don't have an iPod or iPhone, but you'd like to listen to your MP3s or other digital media files, the AVIC-U310BT has got you covered. Simply load your files digital audio files onto an SD card or a USB thumb drive and gain full access to your library via myriad of playback options, once again controlled right from the touch screen interface.

True to AVIC form, the built-in gps navigation is ready to go out of the box. The map database is packed with tons of PoI (Points of Interest) and keeps you on track with clear audio turn-by-turn directions.


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