Released December, 2007
The Pros:IPod integration is good, navigation is easy and fast. Bluetooth option is well supported, connects right away. User interface for the Garmin navigation system is easy to work with while driving.
The Cons:Controls for the stereo functions are a little complicated, too many sub-menus.
The Kenwood DNX5120 is a expensive high-end full-featured entertainment and navigation system. The DNX5120 comes with Garmin navigation technology built-in and includes pre-installed maps of United States, Canada, Puerto Rico, and over 6 million points of interest.
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The unit also features a 6.1" touchscreen LCD display with a custom user-programmable startup, different selectable color illuminations of the buttons and front panel, and RCA 2V Pre-outs for additional expansions. The DNX5120 also includes support for iPod compatibility, USB 2.0 direct control, a front AUX input, and is Satellite Radio, Bluetooth, and HD Radio ready (Device add-ons sold seperately). The Kenwood DNX5120 was released on December 27, 2007 and has an MSRP of $999.99.
- 6.1" LCD touchscreen display
- Stylish GUI interface with various selectable color illuminations of the buttons and front panel
- Media Playback Support
- Plays DVDs, DVD-Rs, DVD-RWs, DivX, CDs, CD-Rs, CD-RWs, Video CDs, JPEG images, and MP3/WMA/AAC discs
- Satellite Radio, HD Radio, and Bluetooth ready (Device add-ons Sold-seperately)
- Built-in Garmin navigation technology with pre-installed US, Canada and Puerto Rico maps
- USB 2.0 port; fully controlled on device
- Fast iPod audio/video access with high-speed iPod control
- 2 Sets of 2V pre-outs (F/R/Sub)
- Included Remote control
- Rear-view camera input
- Weight: 4.2 lbs
- Dimensions (WxDxH): 7.2in x 6.2in x 4.4in
- Release Date: 12/27/2007
- MSRP: $999.99
User Reviews (1)
iPod integration is good, navigation is easy and fast
Bluetooth option is well supported, connects right away
user interface for the Garmin navigation system is easy to work with while driving
Sirius and HD radio interface are well designed and responsive
adding upgrades is a simple process, just plug them in and they work
plays music off a thumb drive smoothly, reads the contents right away, high quality audio
controls for the stereo functions are a little complicated, too many sub-menus
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