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Very good product,arrived in time.The treatment plain, but the guide of use incomplete.The front panel may not be as opposed to the ones written down... anyway O.K.Installing there is needed to listen.in the menu Brake (x) you are Handbrake binding a cable onto a ground anyway will not be him DVD and TV picture!I recommend it to everybody!
This product is wonderful, I installed it into my Chrysler 300 touring without any problems. Yes, the instructions manual is a little sketchy but, with some A/V and computer knowledge anyone will beable to install this radio. There are several thing you would have to get use to: 1. The colors 2. navigation the system. 3. manual. However, with a little time all these items will became second nature. I am truly impressed with the A/V system and it only cost a faction compared to others I looked at. Buy this product along with the full version memory card Map, it will save you some headaches.
In order for the Navigation memory card to work you would have to find the .exe file located on the memory card. Once this is found, you would not have any problems with the Navigation.
P.S. Make sure you spend some time with your new toy.
Great product FAST responce and shipping. Thank you
worth the money any day good picture,great buy....a+++++++++++++
I must admit that I was a little nervous about ordering from China there can be language issues, shipping issues, damage, customs, etc. But I am very pleased with the product which arrived quickly and safely. I had to have some other accessories shipped and that was resolved quickly/easily.
Installation and operating manual is pretty stark. But if you are a little bit handy, the unit fits and installs without much trouble. I ordered an electrical adapter from EBay which made the install much easier than cutting off the auto manufacturer's plug and soldering the radio plug in. I had to modify a bracket with my Dremel but it wasn't a problem. I even got the USB to mount next to the ash tray in my Elantra. It all looks factory installed.
Radio, touch screen, music player all work flawlessly. I mounted the GPS antenna under the dash where it has a clear view of the sky through the windshield. The signal appears to be good.
My only issue is getting the GPS software working. As I said, the operating manual is kind of sketchy. I inserted the SD GPS software chip and got a "no GPS software found" message. Probably I need to have a command line set somewhere in the SD chip file hierarchy where the GPS computer is looking and so far can't find it.
I will be installing the rear view camera soon and will continue to experiment with the GPS, radio, music player and DVD player. If you are the kind of person that likes to play with this stuff it is kind of fun. The price is unbeatable, the quality seems really good too.