Released March, 2009
The Pros:Touch screen is responsive and easy to work with. Easy to switch between inputs for the screen. Good range of expansion options for navigation.
The Cons:Manual is poorly written and doesn't cover a lot. Takes some time to work out the functions of the unit. No Bluetooth or iPod interface.
The Kenwood LZ-702W is a high end display built to be mounted on the car dash and work with an existing A/V system. It features a 6.95 inch color touchscreen with 336,960 pixels, and can display fully interactive menus through a graphic user interface.
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The display mode can be switched between multiple AV inputs, allowing users to switch between Navigation views and Video displays. A built-in speaker allows for extra interaction, and an AV output is available to route signals to another device. The brightness self-adjusts according to detected lighting conditions. A stand and headrest bracket are both included.
- 6.95 inch Wide Colour TFT Active Matrix Display
- Number of Pixels: 336,960
- Screen Size: W156.2 mm x H82.4 mm
- Interactive Touch Panel Control
- Display Mode Selector (NAVI/VIDEO)
- Built-in Speaker
- 2 AV Inputs (RCA, PAL/NTSC Automatic Selection)
- 1 AV Output (RCA)
- RGB Input for Navigation System
- NTSC/PAL Auto Switching
- Auto Brightness Control
- Monitor Stand & Headrest Bracket Included
User Reviews (1)
touch screen is responsive and easy to work with
easy to switch between inputs for the screen
good range of expansion options for navigation
screen is large and clear, easy on the eyes when watching a DVD
menus are intuitively laid out and fairly easy to use
manual is poorly written and doesn't cover a lot
takes some time to work out the functions of the unit
no Bluetooth or iPod interface
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