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I've had this attachment in my SAAB 9-3 Vert several days. It is not far from my expectation. Nice unit for the money, but also have some improve parts.
Good parts are the same as others said in reviews: fluently image and control process; excellent audio effect; navigation, dvd, radio works well.
Yet, it is really hard to change the default setting. I gave it 4 or 5 because all the basic functions work well but some details can be better.
Hello,I am interested in buying the QL-SAB732 dvd player etc. for my car SAAB 93 sports sedan model year 2009.
1)My car has CAN-BUS, so the steering wheel control function of the DVD will be unavailable. Is there a kit (wires,hardware,software,etc.) that you could reccomend that i should buy so that i could turn the steering wheel control function available accompagnied with the QL-SAB732 dvd player?
2)My car fits the european standards. Are you sure that I don't need to cut any wires of my car to connect the QL-SAB732 dvd player and that it is just Plug and play?
3)If i order the optional built-in DVB-T function (Digital TV used in Europe and Australia)which functions in mpeg 2,will it be bossible to expend it in mpeg4?Otherwise,is there a built in mpeg4 DNB-T function fitting the european standards that you could recommend?Please let me know the prices.
Thanks in advance,Antonio
Does this fits into a Saab 9-3, 2008, as a replacment of the orginal Delhpi unit?
Or do I need to do some tweaking with the wires?
How is the interworking with the steering wheel controls?
how are the navagation maps updated
After a couple of months of research, I finally decided to get this unit. I've been using for three weeks and I can say that I very satisfied with my decision. The menu navigation is very intuitive. The device boot is fast. The image quality is good for a 800 X 480 screen. The bluetooth audio streaming works very well with my iPhone. I can say tha it meets 99% of my expectations.
I've owned tons of touchscreen headunits, about 5 so far, and in the $300-500 range with 7" of screen, this one is the best I've experienced so far. Storing movies in a harddrive and playing them via the USB input is the best. No need for an ipod anymore since you can load movies/mp3s in the SD card and put into the headunit. Of course, you can use bluetooth to connect to iPod.
Ordered this a few months back to replace an older JVC head unit that died on me. I was waiting for a good deal on this, and I'm glad I waited.
1. Easy install in my SAAB
2. Built -in GPS is convenient
3. SOUND! The improvement over my JVC is astounding, even with stock speakers.
4. Ipod support. I know a lot of radios have this, but the size of the display makes navigating the ipod quite easy.
5. Plug and play interface make the external device available
1. RDS can be tweaky, but this probably is down to how the radio station broadcasts.
2. If it's accessing the ipod, some of the menu selections can be slow...not really a big deal.
All in all, it is worth every penny.
I installed this radio in my car. it fit nicely though it partially covers the climate control knobs. It has been a great device.
The unit’s sound is great. It fits withing the board dash, and it is a relatively good bargain. Good item, in one word.
Actually I bought three items from you. This one and two headrest monitors. The duel zone function is perfect. It could navigate while the DVD is playing a movie. The two systems do not bother each other.