Thanks for the pic and vids. I do like how OEM it looks. How's the GPS stack up against Pioneer and the like? What about XM and iPod interfaces? I see you can plug an iPod into the A/V inputs, but if it doesn't have an on-screen interface, that would be a big ding.
Does Dynavin have a vendor account setup here? Any ball park on the price for everything?
Not sure about direct XM interface though it has AV inputs so you could run XM in using those... Regarding iPod, it's awesome. Displays album, artist, song, all that good stuff and you can select through playlists and other goodies. I also hooked up the apple composite cables via the av input so I can watch movies off the iphone/ipod on the screen and, because i jailbroke my iphone, I can even display the entire phone on the dynavin... not useful for regular use but if i ever need to check the net, it's nice to have it displayed up on a huge screen... same with playing games (though i never do those while driving)
Dynavin goes for something like 650-750 retail. You want to email Jeff Bechtel at DynavinSolutions. He is THE MAN [email protected]
He will hook you up and can help with installation and all that stuff. He's actually out somewhere in Cali.. maybe you're close enough that he could install it for you.
All of it works with steering wheel controls and all that other stuff. Install is a breeze... can't comment on navigation and comparisons (though i will be able to in a few weeks as I'm putting a pioneer navi in m y other car).. but i'm happy with it so far. I upgraded though from the factory installed nav (igo) to igo8.3 and igo primo. I have been sending out cards to dynavin owners with those all preformatted and ready to go so, if you get a dynavin, feel free to reach out and I can mail you a card with the latest stuff :hi: