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6.2 Inch Digital Touch Screen 2 Din Car DVD Player with Screen Mirroring & DLNA & NFC Support + GPS + US/CA/EU/AU/NZ Map

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Car GPS GM5150

7 Inch Digital Touch Screen Car DVD GPS with Screen Mirroring For BMW E46+ Map Optional

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Car GPS D5166

7 Inch Digital Touch Screen Car DVD Player with Built-in GPS For BMW E39/E53 (Can Bus)+ Map Optional

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    1. Reviewer: MattVa from United StatesModel: GM5150

      My take...

      Nice unit overall.

      OEM Look
      Touch screen sensitivity is good
      Good Functions and Features
      Bluetooth works well
      LED color is pretty bang on
      Programmable canbus controls
      Runs IGo 8 Nicely
      Easy install (Non Fact Nav)

      Needs larger display for the RDS info
      Needs a real 7 or 9 band EQ

      I installed my GPS ant in the headliner at edge of windshield, works fine good signal.
      External Mic needed an extension
      Found it easier to reach in and pull the bottom up and in to engage lower clips, opened them up a little for better engagement.
      Had a few issues with older burned MP3 disks, not their issue, plays newer burned disks ok.

      Overall a good value, the hardware seems to be solid.

      Posted on 08/21/2014
    2. Reviewer: Grahamwright1 from United StatesModel:GM5153
      I have to say that my experience was excellent- my gut instinct said this would be a low quality unit, and many of the features would not work. I was pleasantly wrong, and everything simply worked when I installed it. It's a straight plug and play install if you are using the factory speakers, and that's what I did to test everything out.

      Comparing it to more established brand's, I have a "name brand" in my other car (Pioneer AVH-P8400) which was harder to install, and totally failed after 11 months. I liked the feature set, and functionality so I replaced it with a AVH-P8500. It's been fine for the past 5 months, but if it fails again then I'll buy another Eonon GM 5153 as it's an excellent value for the money, and has the basic feature set I'm looking for.
      Posted on 08/20/2014
    3. Reviewer: bose from irelandModel:d5154
      have received this unit and installed in my opel vectra c sri arrived on time as mentioned,build quality is good ,the radio reception is not very well but found the aerial adapter is the problem replaced with an autoleads one and works fine.sound quality is good and the vocals can be heard well,but miss a bit of bass might be better with subwoofer,over all much better than factory head unit,navigation works well,thanks eonon
      Posted on 08/15/2014
    4. Reviewer: southcounty92629 from United StatesModel:GM5150

      I got my GM5150 installed in my 2001 330ci a few days ago. So far I love the unit, it has been one of the best purchases I have made for my car.
      - The DVD player works great!
      - The iPod integration is solid.
      - The sound quality is noticeably better than the Business CD Player.
      - It looks very clean in the car and the new UI is very nice.
      - Installed iGo Primo on a class 10 Micro SD card and the maps and GPS signal work great.
      - Screen Mirroring is a pretty cool feature, though I couldnt get Netflix to stream properly. (iPhone 5s).
      - Bluetooth connection and call quality is one of the best I have ever used. ( Ran the external mic to the factory mic location by the sunroof. NOTE: this required an 3.5mm jack extension cable, only a couple bucks from Radio Shack.)
      - Installation was fairly easy with all the great DIYs out there. Just take your time and check all your work.
      - Customer service so far has been great and many questions have been answered.

      Posted on 06/24/2014
    5. Reviewer: Taveet Tabanian from United StatesModel:D5150
      I recently purchased a D5150 from Eonon from the group buy. An amazing deal considering all the features it has.

      It was pretty straight forward for the most part. I have taken out my console and dash many times to run ipod cables and OEM AUX in, so I was pretty familiar with the procedure. The Only difficulty I found was tucking all the wires back behind the unit since there is a ton of them, but with trial and error, it all worked out in the end. I decided to take the gamble of not buying the HVAC relocation brackef and its not really necessary to my taste. It sits fime with a slight gap below but not verh noticeable

      I chose to add a usb in port and aux in port to play music off of/ charge my phone, so I got an iSimple aux integration kit (Just an rca cable with an aux port on the other end) and a usb in port (plugs into the back of the unit) off of amazon and ran them behind my hvac, through the shifter area, and under my cupholders to the small coin tray under the console armrest and drilled a hole for them to sit in. I didnt want a backup camera because I can just turn behind me and look for traffic when backing, and I really did not want to run cables from my boot lid to the console.

      I love all of them. I tested out the NFC, USB, Aux, and bluetooth and all were great. Love the fact that you can play music through bluetooth wirelessly from your phone. Call quality is good for a remote mic, wanted to mount mine in the sunroof panel but the wire wasn't long enough to run through the headliner. I currently have the mic in the top corner of my windshield on the drivers side, picks up my voice well. It also seems as if there is some sort of a built in amp in the headunit because I can play music at higher volumes and have less distortion from my HK speakers The new revised UI is also really cool, looks more professional and less "cheap headunit-esque" if that makes any sense.

      Here is where I had some issues, none were Eonon's fault. I just had incorrect file structure but I fixed it and I am running iGo 8 flawlessly. I mounted the GPS antenna ontop of my dash on the passengers side and it gets grest reception. It picked up my location in a heartbeat and route guidance and ETA is pretty accurate. Loaded all files onto an 8GB Kingston Micro SD card and I like it alot. Got the map pack for all 50 states (who knows, I may be doing a cross country road trip this summer) Originally had trouble setting the file path to locate the GPS software, but I just didnt scroll down

      Beyond exceptional. I had a multitude of questions before and after I bought the unit, and Carlos from Eonon always responded in a timely manor. He was very helpful, and sent me the updated software for the unit to prevent the infamous launch.exe error.
      Posted on 05/28/2014

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