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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?Cheers
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.Pros:1. Easy install in my SAAB 2. Built -in GPS is convenient3. 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 availableCons: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.
nice item and nice service. very fast delivery.
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