Released May, 2010
The Pros:Navigation system is accurate and easy to use. Easy to use buttons and knobs, perfect for when you're driving. USB connections are fast and responsive.
The Cons:Bluetooth connection is poor, tends to heavily distort audio. Frequent failures reported after a few months of use.
The Dual XDVDN9131 is a high-end in-dash multimedia receiver and head unit. It fits into single-din openings, however, it has a motorized pop-up touchscreen monitor, allowing it to offer the same features found on double-din dashboard head units.
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The monitor has a GUI for direct control of an iPod over USB, and playback of digital media files found on USB flash drives, SD cards, and CD/DVDs. DVD and digital movies can be played back when the car is parked, or to a rear screen while driving. The Dual XDVDN9131 has an SD-card based navigation system built-in that reads downloaded Tele Atlas maps off of an SD card, with spoken directions. It also has built-in Bluetooth that allows the user to conduct phone calls over the speakers, similar to the Ford Sync system.
- 7" touchscreen
- Fits single-din openings
- SD card navigation
- CD/DVD playback
- MP3/WMA playback
- iPod control
- Peak power: 50 watts x 4 channels
- EQ with four preset tone curves
- USB port
- AUX input
User Reviews (4)
navigation system is accurate and easy to use
easy to use buttons and knobs, perfect for when you're driving
USB connections are fast and responsive
CD/DVD drive reads most discs right away, no skipping
radio gets great reception even for weaker signals
Bluetooth connection is poor, tends to heavily distort audio
frequent failures reported after a few months of use
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