Best out there for the price
Pros: Nice sounding unit. Plenty of power. Quality is surprisingly good. I've owned "top of the line" brands that seem to be more susceptible to ware than this Dual.
Cons: I'm not sure why they even bother sending the navigation software on CD. It seems to be useless. When I received the unit, the SD card was blank. I called the technical support number and left a VM for help. Never received a call back. Called again and actually talked to someone about getting the software put back on the SD card. I had to send a copy of my invoice along the the SD card so they could tell me it was bad and send me an entirely different SD card (without the official "Navi software" logo on it BTW.) At least it's working well now, but it seemed like a lot of trouble to go through for a copy of the software that could have been downloaded securely over the Internet.
Other Thoughts: I have been keeping an eye out for a unit with all of these features including the GPS for the same price. This is still the best deal I've seen.
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So close and yet so far....
Pros: It's an inexpensive single DIN touchscreen Nav/Media center for your car. There's lots of inputs and outputs. It even offers front panel SD card input.
Cons: There's NO true iPod input. Worse, There's not even front or rear USB inputs. The SD card slot only supports 2GB (Max) sized cards. Oh wait, that's where the NAV system lives, on the 2GB SD card. To listen to music you have to remove the NAV card. So many restrictions on what you can and cannot play (DVD mostly yes, any video file format NO).
Other Thoughts: I was initially excited about this unit. Now I know why it was so inexpensive. In the end I wish I had just saved my pennies.
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