Released January, 2009
The Pros:Easy enough to install by amateurs. Uses factory brackets that are a part of OEM radio systems. HD radio comes in crystal clear, solid reception.
The Cons:Takes a number of adjustments to get the GPS add-on to work. Screen is a little hard to see in direct sunlight.
The Jensen VM9324 is a car A/V head unit. It has a 6.2" touchscreen. The control software is built on top of the Windows CE platfom, which allowed Jensen to add many computer-like features including the reading and editing of ID3 tags, a fully graphical interface, and advanced multimedia controls.
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It also has voice control that can be used to control iPods and iPhones, which plug-in via USB. It is a double-DIN device with a built-in HD radio tuner, in addition to being both navigation and Bluetooth ready. A CD/DVD player is also built-in, although it can only playback audio while driving, unless an external video screen is plugged in for back passengers.
- HD Radio
- CD/DVD player
- MP3/WMA playback
- iPod/iPhone control
- Voice control
- 6.2" touchscreen
- USB/SD/Aux inputs
- Compatible with most steering wheel controls
- 24-bit D/A converter
User Reviews (1)
easy enough to install by amateurs
uses factory brackets that are a part of OEM radio systems
HD radio comes in crystal clear, solid reception
picture quality is sharp and clear when playing DVDs
on-screen controls are easy to work with
takes a number of adjustments to get the GPS add-on to work
screen is a little hard to see in direct sunlight
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