Released April, 2009
The Pros:Downloadable manual covers everything well, a good reference. HD radio playback is sharp and clear, makes the most of stock speakers.
The Cons:Interface is a bit ugly, looks very sterile. Address book sync doesn't work right with the bluetooth adapter. Controls are a little complicated, hard to work with.
The Jensen VM9423 is an in-dash head unit from Jensen's Mobile Multimedia lineup. The unit requires double DIN mounting and features a 6.5" full color motorized touch screen display that can swivel to adjust the viewing angle.
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It is compatible with most standard playback formats including DVD, MP3, WMA, Xvid, VCD, and SVCD, and offers a total RMS power output of 52 watts. The VM9423 is iPod compatible with the included JLink iPod adapter and includes iTunes tagging. It offers AUX, A/V, USB, and rear camera inputs and is satellite ready with the optional adapter. The unit is also Bluetooth and Navigation ready and has a built-in HD radio tuner. The VM9423 comes with a wireless remote control, SD to USB adapter, and a 1 year limited warranty.
- 6.5" Flip-Out Touch Screen
- Motorized Swivel Face
- 2-Din Installation
- 8 Preset EQ Curves
- MP3 ID3 Tag Display
- Tuner with 18FM/12AM presets
- iPod Compatible with iTunes Tagging
- Built-in HD Radio
- XM and Sirius Satellite Ready
- Bluetooth & Navigation Ready
- Playback Compatibility: DVD, Xvid, MPEG1, MPEG2, CD, CD-R, CD-RW, MP3, WMA, VCD, SVCD
- Power Handling: 40 watts x 4 channels Peak, 13 watts x 4 channels RMS
- Connectivity: Rear View Camera, Video Out, MiniJack AUX, A/V, USB, SD
- Comes with Wireless Remote Control, jLink iPod adapter
- 1 year limited warranty
User Reviews (2)
downloadable manual covers everything well, a good reference
HD radio playback is sharp and clear, makes the most of stock speakers
interface is a bit ugly, looks very sterile
address book sync doesn't work right with the bluetooth adapter
controls are a little complicated, hard to work with
hard to install, many of the wires are hard not to bend when you're setting it up
quality control is poor, units frequently are unable to read DVDs or CDs or have faulty outputs
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