Yes, dynavin has been working on this for a long while now, all new hardware, with a BIG emphasis on being a great car stereo, as that is what has been missing from both theirs and everyone else's prior offerings....4V pre out huh?
I didnt want to get into this yet but you are forcing my hand....Ram? Processor? Gpu? Capacitive or resistive screen? Resolution? SO?...almost 0 hardware info, nothing new.
correct. 2 reasons, SiriusXM is a US product and dynavin sells the same unit globally....and I hate to say it but sat radio is a dying technology....everything is going towards internet based streaming. Even SiriusXM knows this....thats why they have an app for everything, internet streaming right on the front page of their website and paid the big bucks for the content (howard stern, etc...) they know they need to be in the content creation business because their days as a content delivery business are numbered....i think it is safe to say that these will never had sirius/xm built into it, will they?
I'm not being negative about the unit itself but about that specs graphic posted with no hardware info. Well...I see your point, it's all new compared to the latest Dynavin released 2 years ago.Yes, dynavin has been working on this for a long while now, all new hardware, with a BIG emphasis on being a great car stereo, as that is what has been missing from both theirs and everyone else's prior offerings....
You will see some other VERY important audio related features on that list above too, a 5 band EQ, time alignment (this one is HUGE), 24bit DAC, a GOOD ipod interface with alphabetical quick search, album art, ID3 tags via bluetooth audio.
I didnt want to get into this yet but you are forcing my hand....
FIrst of all, the only things that have been posted so far are a couple unofficial leaks so your negative attitude is fairly premature. Just in the leaked chart above there are 30-40 changes and improvements...."nothing new" you say?......EVERYTHING about the N6 is new.
Secondly, for you and all you guys out there now and in the future staring at computer type "specs" when looking at a car stereo....you are completely wasting your time and going down a road that will only lead you to a bad decision. Pioneer, Alpine, Kenwood, etc... DONT publish processor specs, speed, RAM, etc... BECAUSE ITS IRRELEVANT on a CAR STEREO.
What matters on a car stereo are audio specs, audio features, and how well implemented those features are. Go read the Enco/Eonon/(and all the other android unit) threads.....its fairly clear that good "specs" with bad implementation leads to a few things that dont work, a lot of things that partly work, and a bunch of bugs. Implementation and software are far more important than just the processor specs.
Sure, processor specs are a little relevant when talking about android units as apps require a certain amount of minimum hardware capability, but what good is running pandora for instance....if it crashes, or has to be restarted every time, or sounds bad ...but the new Dynavin N6 is NOT an android unit....it was designed from the ground up as a car stereo nav system.....and in my experience so far, a pretty good one.
As the guy who for the last 5 years has had to answer all the questions and explain all the past compromises and shortcomings, Im REAL happy they went this way. A high quality, well thought out, easy to use, well integrated OEM style head unit is exactly what this market needs right now.
No. Or at least there's no mention in the specs that it is.Is it a Capacitive screen?