Released January, 2009
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.
- 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
- 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)
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
picture quality is sharp and the colors look gorgeous
Bluetooth adaptor pairs with cellphones quickly, offers a great phone interface
menu layout isn't complicated and all seems to flow logically
installation is extremely simple, great for first-time installers
DVD-based navigation is a bit slow, need to be patient with it sometimes
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