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Eclipse AVN6610


$670.00 Released January, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Maximizes the available space for a really big, solid feeling screen. Sound quality is excellent, drives some clean, loud audio. Navigation is accurate and feature rich.

The Cons:DVD-based navigation is a bit slow, need to be patient with it sometimes.

The Eclipse AVN6610 is a DVD-Video A/V head unit featuring real-time Sirius Traffic information, including accidents, road closings, traffic congestions, etc. Like its predecessor, the AVN5510, it hosts a large 7”-wide TFT display, DVD video playback, and CD MP3/WMA playback.

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But once connected via a compatible phone data service, the AVN6610 serves as a far superior navigation unit. Plus, it is built for dual-zone operation, allowing independent front/rear entertainment options. Another added component is ESN Security, an effective theft-deterrent feature that disables the dash unit until a Key CD is inserted. Last to note is wide-array of expansion options: iPod, HD Radio, Sirius Satellite Radio, CD-Changer, Rear View Camera, TV-Tuner, Bluetooth etc.

Features

  • DVD-Video A/V Dash Unit
  • CD/DVD Playback (MP3/WMA)
  • 7” EGA TFT Display
  • Built-in Nav Unit (GPS)
  • Sirius Traffic Information
  • Dual-Zone Operation
  • ESN Security
  • Expansion Options
  • Circle Surround II Tech

Optional

  • 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

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Pros
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    maximizes the available space for a really big, solid feeling screen

  • 1

    sound quality is excellent, drives some clean, loud audio

  • 1

    navigation is accurate and feature rich

  • 1

    picture quality is sharp and the colors look gorgeous

  • 1

    Bluetooth adaptor pairs with cellphones quickly, offers a great phone interface

  • 1

    menu layout isn't complicated and all seems to flow logically

  • 1

    installation is extremely simple, great for first-time installers

Cons
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    DVD-based navigation is a bit slow, need to be patient with it sometimes

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