The DNX5120 is a full-featured Entertainment and Navigation system with USB Direct Control for iPods or other portable music devices.
With built-in Garmin navigation technology, the DNX5120 has maps of the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico and includes over 6 million Points of Interest.
This all-in-one unit also features a 6.1" LCD touchscreen with a user-programmable start-up, variable-color illumination of the front panel controls, and two RCA 2V Preouts for system expansion.
- LCD monitor 6.1" Touch Screen in-dash unit integrated
- 16:9 Widescreen Aspect Ratio
- 3 bands Equalizer
- Satellite Radio, HD Radio, and Bluetooth Ready
- USB Direct Control for controlling iPod audio and video programs
- Front panel Audio/Video input
- Three 2V RCA Preouts (F/R/Sub) for system expansion
- User-programmable start-up screen
- XM Traffic/Weather ready for live traffic and weather data
- Dual Zone Audio Control
- Reverse tilt mechanism with angle memory
- External switches are provided and can be set up to control a garage door opener, security gate or virtually any external device from the receiver’s front panel
- Built-in Garmin Navigation Board with U.S., PR, Alaska and Hawaii
- Advanced GUI with Variable Illumination and Customizable Start-up
- USB Direct Control
- Fastest Access to iPod Audio/Video with High-Speed iPod Control
- Front Aux Input
- Dimensions (WxDxH): 7.2 in x 6.2 in x 4.4 in
*Warranty: 1 Year Onlinecarstereo.com warranty.
1 Year warranty from Onlinecarstereo.com implies that repairs must be returned to Onlinecarstereo.com, not the manufacturer. More information can be found in our help section under returns & warranties.
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Larry Enoksen From Northern California
|I like the functions and ease of use. Feature loaded, but no XM traffic nav so upgrade to get it.
Nits: I use XM 90 percent of time. Sometimes boots and doesn't recognize the XM receiver, sometimes boots and recognizes it but no audio with it. Easy fix, switch to Tuner, wait for sound (right away) then switch back to XM.
Picks: Nav is nice, easy to use, audio warnings are good.
Overall satisfied with unit, but might upgrade for the Traffic, if Serius/XM doesn't go belly up first.|
Alex From Ohio
|Just put it in my Eclipse. WOW! The GPS is better than my Lowrance on my boat And it cranks. Tried every feature and is impressed. Buy the remote for DVD watching. Try remotes.com|
cris From dallas,tx
|i have one on my 2005 ford expedition limited, and hooked up to two amps powering two sony xplod 12 inch 1,300 watt subs, and 4 6x9 sony spkrs and 4 tweeters, and it bangs hard.|