If you have a Japanese vehicle with a double-sized dash opening, this is the video/navigation system package for you. It includes Kenwood's DDX7017 in-dash DVD player and the KNA-DV4100 GPS navigation system. You'll get everything you need, and save money (compared to buying the components separately).
The DVD player's 6.5" video screen takes up almost the entire front panel, making it look like you have a factory-integrated screen sitting flush in your dash. The touchscreen controls and easy-to-follow menus give you total command over all the system's functions, including navigation. The screen also acts as the display for your DVD videos (when you're parked), and shows all navigation map information.
With the DDX7017, you'll also enjoy CD and MP3/WMA playback, excellent AM/FM reception, and great sound, courtesy of the strong, built-in amplifier and comprehensive tone controls. You'll find plenty of inputs and outputs if you'd like to expand your system, too. Connect a backseat video screen and wireless headphones, and your passengers in the back can watch movies while you listen to another source up front.
You can also add an optional XM or SIRIUS satellite radio or an HD Radio tuner. Kenwood's optional iPod control interface gives you full command over the iPod right from the DDX7017's touchscreen controls.
The KNA-DV4100 offers fast and accurate navigation. You'll get expert, turn-by-turn guidance to get where you need to go without the hassle of conventional maps and atlases.
The system consists of a navigation computer with DVD-ROM drive that plugs right into the DDX7017, a Global Positioning System (GPS) antenna, and two DVD-ROM map discs of the United States and Canada. Just slide a map disc into the drive, enter your destination, and you're off. The video screen gives you a visual map to follow, while voice prompts tell you whenever you need to make a turn.
Destination options include cities, streets, intersections, addresses (you can save up to 100), or points of interest. You can program up to five intermediate destinations per trip, and preview a simulation of the route before you travel. If you make a wrong turn, the system alerts you and recalculates the route within two seconds. The built-in trip computer estimates remaining travel time and time of arrival, plus your average speed and elapsed distance.