replaces the DNX7120 and adds built-in Bluetooth by Parrot to it's list of features.
Like it's predecesor, this 2DIN in-dash car audio multimedia receiver features:
- GPS Navigation by Garmin
- Direct control of iPod/iPhone and thumb drives via USB Direct interface
- A reverse tilt mechanism which helps reduce glear and increase visibility
- Additional Features
- 2DIN 6.95 Wide QVGA TFT Active Matrix Display with Reverse Tilt Mechanism
- Built-in Advanced Garmin Navigation With USA, Canada, PR, Alaska, Hawaii Mapping
- Built-In Bluetooth by Parrot
- MSN Direct / TMC Traffic Ready
- 24-Bit Digital-To-Analog Converter
- DVD-Video Playback
- iPhone/iPod Audio Video USB Direct Control With Alphabet Search
- Multi-Language GUI Menu
- Variable Color Illumination*
- Selectable Wallpapers & Customizable Backgrounds
- SAT Ready (Requires CA-SR20V + Sirius SC-C1 Tuner or KCA-XM100V + XM Mini Tuner)
- HD Radio Ready
- Triple 2.0 Volt Pre-outs
- 1 x USB Input, 1 x AV Input, 1 x Rear Camera Input, 1 x AV Output
Jensen has done it again with the:
They've taken all the functionality of the VM9022:
- Built-in bluetooth
- Built-in iPod / iPhone connectivity
- USB port for compatibile media players and thumb drives
- SD card slot
- 3.5mm aux input
- RDS - enhanced radio station information
- Customizable user wallpapers
- 6 channel high output pre-amps
- Wireless remote
Then they included:
- HD Radio Tuner
- Built-in GPS navigation (GPS antenna included)
All for a price that simply destroys the competition.
For in-dash navigation at a manageable price point, this unit can't be beat. The DNX5120 features built in Garmin navigation which is one of the best, most user friendly navigation offerings on the market today.
In addition it has a USB input that can be used to connect an iPod at no extra cost!
$689 just can't be beat for Kenwood and Garmin quality.
The Pioneer AVIC-Z3 is still one of the best in-dash navigation units on the market today. All the additional functionality of this unit doesn't come cheap but if you've got the ability to fund the eneaver, the Pioneer AVIC-Z3 is well worth the money.
Text-to-Speech (TTS) engine and Tele Atlas phoneme data, which enables the system to accurately pronounce street names during voice guidance.
10 gigabytes of its HDD space for a music library. You can listen to music while at the ripping and storing tracks at 4 times the playing speed.
Advanced voice recognition makes voice command easier than ever. You can search for destinations by saying a name - like "LAX" - without having to specify a category, such as "airport."
The AVIC-Z3's graphic map interface features 3D landmark icons for airports, amusement parks, golf courses, stadiums, and zoos.
That's right, we've got a stock of brand new Panasonic Strada: CN-NVD905U
They're back for a limited time and they're going fast!
Don't miss this chance to pick up Panasonic's awesome in-dash navigation unit, it could be the last!
Our price: $999.00