Released January, 2009
The Pros:Screen is big and easy to read. Plenty of expansion options available for the future. Menus are easy to read and work with, buttons are all nice and large.
The Cons:No way to get updated traffic information. Screen is a little hard to read during the day, tends to look washed out.
The Eclipse AVN5510 is a DVD-Video A/V head unit featuring a 7”-wide TFT display with four different aspect ratios. It handles DVD video/audio, as well as CDs with MP3 or WMA audio files. Most unique about the device is its built-in navigation system — compatible phone data service required — with approximately 8.55 million POIs, map scaling from 150ft to 250mi, and voice guidance in multiple languages (English/French/Spanish).
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What really sets this unit apart, however, is its wide-array of expansion options: iPod, HD Radio, Sirius Satellite Radio, CD-Changer, Rear View Camera, TV-Tuner, Bluetooth etc. Overall, it’s a relatively weak model compared to the AVN4430. Its one advantage is Circle Surround II tech, which can generate multi-channel sound from any audio source—suitable for a 4-speaker system.
- DVD-Video A/V Dash Unit
- CD/DVD Playback (MP3/WMA)
- 7” EGA TFT Display
- Built-in Nav Unit (GPS)
- Expansion Options
- Circle Surround II Tech
- Ready for iPod
- HD Radio-Ready
- Sirius Satellite Radio-Ready
- CD-Changer Ready
- Rear View Camera-Ready
- TV-Tuner Ready
- Rear Monitor Out
- Parrot Bluetooth Ready
User Reviews (1)
screen is big and easy to read
plenty of expansion options available for the future
menus are easy to read and work with, buttons are all nice and large
lots of ways of setting the destination with different route types
plays CDs, DVDs, and a wide range of file formats
no way to get updated traffic information
screen is a little hard to read during the day, tends to look washed out
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