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Default List of Good Aftermarket Nav unit/Alternative HU inside:

So far it seems that a far amount of people arent going with the OEM Nav. Base+Sport is the Most popular from what I can tell. Touring+Sport also with not so many OEM Navs.

So I thought a Thread with a list of Aftermarket Solutions would be a good idea to have going.

Kenwood DNX8120:

Kenwood DNX8120 Demo Video

AVIC-F500BT: $600 direct from kenwood
Pioneer USA - Portable Navigation

Its portable and can be left in your car integrates with your factory system allows you to play videos and album art. Seems like a nice alternative if you going touring with bose but dont get the OEM Nav. May fit in the cubby, size is 5.8' don't have thickness anyone know cubbyhole size?.

Here is the Unit Mounted

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Display Features
Screen Size/Aspect Ratio 5.8"
Touch Panel Yes
Anti-Glare Screen Coating Yes
Navigation
Map Data Flash Memory
Coverage Area US, Canada, Alaska, Hawaii
Memory Navigation Mode Not Required
Home Area Map Memory Not Required
Touch Screen Operation Yes
Voice Instructions Playback TTS (Text to Speech)
Voice Box Conversation Voice Search for iPod/Phone Conversational
Points of Interest (POI) Approx. 12 Million
POI Database Categories 147
POI Creator/Settings Replicator Yes
3D Maps and 3D Icons Yes
3D Landmarks Yes
Built-In MSN Direct Tuner Yes
DVD/CD Player
MP3 Playback with ID3 Tag USB/SD
WMA (Windows Media Audio) Playback USB/SD
iTunes AAC Playback USB/SD
MPEG-4 Playback USB/SD
Bluetooth Wireless Technology
Bluetooth Capable Built-In (Parrot Technology)
Voice Control for Bluetooth Yes
iPod Control Capability
iPod Control Capability Direct (with CD-IU200VM)
Voice Control for iPod Audio Yes
iPod Video Compatible Yes
Podcast Compatible Yes
USB/SD Memory Card Control
USB Direct Yes
Built-In SD Memory Card Slot Yes
Receiver Features
Auxiliary Input Front A/V Input (Mini-Jack)
Back-Up Camera Input Yes
Rear-View Camera Mode Yes
General
Rotary Volume Control Yes
Warranty 1 Year

Pioneers IPOD Compatibility Chart who uses cd's anyway lol


AVIC-F90BT: $1200 from Pioneer
Pioneer USA - In-Dash Navigation

Installed voice control also allows voice control for ipod too.
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Freedom of Speech
The AVIC-F90BT offers a new generation of voice recognition capability for controlling iPod* playback and making calls hands-free via connected Bluetooth-enabled cell phones. The technology accepts and recognizes conversational phrases and language, filters out superfluous sounds and phrases, and if the user doesn't give enough information in the command, the unit will ask additional questions to clarify the request.
Voice Command Video(Guy has a Heavy Accent and it picks it up):
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u23EXrOgLFM

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Screen Size/Aspect Ratio 5.8 inch
Pixels 800 x 480 (WVGA)
Touch Panel Yes
Anti-Glare Screen Coating AG
Screen Splash Customizaton Via SD Card
Customize Key Panel Illumination 32,768 Colors
Picture Adjustment Brightness
Selectable Viewing Modes Full, Normal
Navigation
Navigation Type In-Dash Navigation
Map Data Flash Memory
Coverage Area US, Canada, Alaska, Hawaii
Memory Navigation Mode Not Required
Home Area Map Memory Not Required
3D Hybrid Sensor (Gyro & G-Force) Yes
GPS Receiver and Antenna 8 Channel (Included)
Touch Screen Operation Yes
Voice Instructions Playback TTS (Text to Speech)
Multi-Language Display Capability English, Spanish, French
Voice Box Conversation Voice Search for iPod/Phone Yes
Points of Interest (POI) Approx. 12 Million
POI Database Categories 147
POI Creator/Settings Replicator Yes
3D Maps and 3D Icons Yes
3D Landmarks Yes
Built-In MSN Direct Tuner Yes
Display Mode - Map View 3D View, 2D Map, Rear View
Display Mode - Rear View Yes
DVD/CD Player
Drives Included 1 (DVD/CD)
DVD-Video Playback Yes
DVD-R/RW (Video Format) Playback Yes
CD-R/RW Playback Yes
MP3 Playback with ID3 Tag DVD/CD/USB/SD
WMA (Windows Media Audio) Playback DVD/CD/USB/SD
iTunes AAC Playback DVD/CD/USB/SD
DivX Video Playback DVD/CD
MPEG-4 Playback USB/SD
DVD Chapter/Title Direct Search Yes
DVD Chapter/Title/Disc/Repeat Yes
CD Scan Yes
CD Repeat/Random Yes
CD Text Yes
Supertuner (AM/FM Radio)
Supertuner Supertuner IIID
24-Station/6-Button (18FM/6AM) Presets Yes
BSM (Best Stations Memory) Yes
Local Station Setting Yes
Digital Radio Capability
HD Radio Ready Yes(GEX-P10HD Required)
XM Radio Ready Yes(GEX-P920XM Required)
Sirius Radio Ready Yes (CD-SB10 and Tuner Required)
Bluetooth Wireless Technology
Bluetooth Capable Built-In
Voice Control for Bluetooth Yes
Hands-Free Profile (HFP) Yes
iPod Control Capability
iPod Control Capability Audio/Video (Cable Included)
Voice Control for iPod Audio Yes
iPod Video Compatible Yes
Podcast Compatible Yes
"Shuffle All" Capability Yes
USB/SD Memory Card Control
USB Direct Yes
Built-In SD Memory Card Slot Yes
Receiver Features
IP-Bus System Control Yes
Auxiliary Input Front A/V Input (Mini-Jack)
External Unit Control Via IP-Bus
Composite A/V Input 1 (AV1)
Back-Up Camera Input Yes
Rear-View Camera Mode Yes
Composite A/V Output Video Output
Audio Features
Built-in Speaker Power MOSFET 50W x 4
Continuous Power Output 22W x 4
Equalizer 3-Band Parametric
Loudness 3-Mode Selectable
Source Level Adjuster (SLA) Yes
High-Pass Crossover (HPF) 50Hz/63Hz/80Hz/100Hz,125Hz, -12dB/oct
Subwoofer Crossover (LPF) 50Hz/63Hz/80Hz/100Hz,125Hz, -18dB/Oct
RCA Preouts 3 pair (Front, Rear, Subwoofer)
Preout Voltage Hi-Volt 4.0V
General
Remote Control Not available
Rotary Volume Control Yes
Wired Remote Input Yes
Dimensions (Main Chassis) 2DIN (7 x 4 x 6-1/2 inches)
Warranty 2 Year

AVIC-Z3:
Pioneer USA - In-Dash Navigation

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The next generation of the ultimate in HDD navigation and multimedia is here. Pioneer's AVIC-Z3 is a double-DIN size, all-in-one system equipped with a 30GB hard disk drive (HDD) to deliver information, entertainment, and convenience on the road. Between the Z3's ultra-fast processing and the massive Tele Atlas database offering 12 million points of interest, getting where you need to be has never been so easy. And with a built-in HDD music library, DVD playback on the large 7-inch display, the Z3 ensures that you'll be entertained every minute along the way.

What's New
For 2008, the AVIC-Z3 replaces the AVIC-Z2 featuring all of the powerful capabilities of its predecessor, while adding some cool new enhancements, including:

*
Point Addressing
The Z3 gives door-to-door navigation made available via pinpoint address data for many addresses. Many destinations are now geocoded to a precise location, rather than to an address range, making routing more precise than ever before.
*
3D Landmark Icons and Updated POI Icons
The AVIC-Z3's graphic map interface features 3D landmark icons for airports, amusement parks, golf courses, stadiums, and zoos. These icons appear on the map en route, making them easy to identify.
*
Traffic Icons and Traffic Flow Lanes
An enhanced display of traffic conditions of a 1.0 ~ 2.5-mile map scales provides maximum navigation efficiency.
*
Bluetooth Voice Operation*
Dial any of your programmed entries on the internal hard disk phone book with a simple voice command.
*Requires use of ND-BT1 adapter
Eclipse AVN4430


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=db41q9SWh7Y
The AVN4430 Fulfills Demands for Mobile Entertainment, Navigation
And Portability -- All In A Single Integrated Product

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(Torrance, CA) January 6, 2009 -- FUJITSU TEN LIMITED, manufacturer of leading automotive electronics, unveiled the ECLIPSE AVN4430 in-vehicle navigation system. This new product is the latest realization of the company’s AVN concept which revolves around the three core points of a perfect fit, comfort + awareness and integrated technology, in order to promote driving safety and comfort. Since 2004, ECLIPSE has put the AVN concept and products on the market, continuously got high evaluations. The AVN4430 also fills a unique position in the AVN product category as its navigation section is detachable for use elsewhere. The AVN concept was validated by the unit’s selection by the Consumer Electronics Association as an “Innovations 2009 Design and Engineering” honoree.

Meeting consumer demands for sophisticated audio and visual mobile entertainment in combination with portable navigation, the AVN4430 is a full-function, permanently mounted source head unit that does not compromise driver sight-lines or airbag operation as it is mounted in-dash for a perfect fit.

Entertainment is full-featured with CD and DVD as well as iPod® audio and video, with audio and video performance comparable to that of dedicated component units. The unit plays DVDs, CDs, CD-R/RWs, MP3 and WMA files. A motorized tilting front panel hides the slot for the discs while direct access to iPod audio and video is via cable. iPod functions are seen on the display. The AVN4430 also is equipped with a USB port.

This product is developed jointly with TomTom NV. The TomTom navigation device has a 4.3” WQVGA display with quick responding touch control for all functions. It will indicate source unit information when docked. It functions as a standalone portable navigation device when removed. Connected to a computer, it can take advantage of the rich content TomTom offers online such as Mapshare, navigation voices, POI edit and others. Hands-free calling and voice recognition are also included. Removing the navigation section deters unauthorized removal. A separate mounting kit is available for using just the navigation section in another vehicle.

Convenience and safer driving features include Bluetooth® wireless technology, steering wheel control (depends on make of car) and rear view camera capability.


The AVN4430 is scheduled to go on sale in January 2009 at a suggested MSRP of $850.00
ECLIPSE DVD-Video/USB Multi-Source Receiver/ 4.3inch Portable Navigation/ Built-in Bluetooth wireless technology AVN4430 | Fujitsu Ten

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Please explain how the pioneer unit integrates with the OEM sound system. Does it play prompts through the stock system? Is there a way to do that?
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Could you add a Pioneer Z3. That is what I'm looking at since I currently have a Z1 and I love it.
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Please explain how the pioneer unit integrates with the OEM sound system. Does it play prompts through the stock system? Is there a way to do that?
I am by no means a guru in In-Car Audio Setups

But here is a 10 minute Review with the unit mounted to the window.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jffO1JtweTU
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Does anybody have the dimensions of the Cubby?
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Pioneer AVIC D3 FTW! Never had a problem with mine, and easy as could be to disconnect the parking break (This is illegal and I am not suggesting or endorsing this)
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i could measure the cubby tomorrow for you guys.. i plan on going this route... probably using a kenwood unit.
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i could measure the cubby tomorrow for you guys.. i plan on going this route... probably using a kenwood unit.
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i could measure the cubby tomorrow for you guys.. i plan on going this route... probably using a kenwood unit.
Cubby size?
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Does anybody have the dimensions of the Cubby?
Here are the dimensions, but please note that this is not standard rectangular box, but an opening that is wider and higher at the front and then tapers down on all four sides to narrower dimensions at the back:

Front Width: 6 3/8'
Front Height: 3 3/4"

Rear Width: 5 13/16"
Rear Height: 3"

There is a 45 degree chamfer at the back of the box at its bottom the cut into the bottom dimension approx. 3/4". I hope this helps.

AVIC-F500BT Dimensions (W × H × D):
184.8mm × 98.1mm × 29.7mm
(7-1/4 in. × 3-7/8 in. × 1-1/8 in.)

Depending on how you want to mount it you might choose to go this route when they produce their mounts for the 370Z: ProClip

Take a look at the pictures at the forum's album, by zed-er, named: 370 Launch
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for the Pioneer AVIC-F500BT, how do you connect it to the car? do you just plug it into the power outlet (lighter) socket like most Gps' like the garmins?
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* Audio In: 3.5mm female mini-jack for receiving audio signal from the AVIC-F500BT
* To Navigation: 5-pin Molex connector with 2 attached wires: 5V DC power plug (allows you to power the AVIC-F500BT) and blue/white "Amp Control" (provides turn on signal to the AVIC-F500BT)
* To Car: 20-pin connector for the supplied wiring harness for power and speaker interface

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Contributed by Pioneer Electronics
Thursday, 31 January 2008
Last Updated Thursday, 31 January 2008
LAS VEGAS - CES 2008 – (January 6, 2008) – Pioneer Electronics (USA) Inc. today marked another
milestone in navigation history with the launch of its AVIC-F500BT, the first hybrid navigation system that brings the
power of an in-dash device with the convenience of a portable system. Designed to integrate with virtually any factory
audio system, the AVIC-F500BT provides the opportunity for consumers to add unparalleled navigation features and
extended entertainment capabilities without modifying existing car stereos. Furthermore, the AVIC-F500BT will offer
advanced voice technology for control of Apple iPod® music players and Bluetooth® enabled cellular phones.
"The AVIC-F500BT gives consumers the opportunity to merge their lifestyle products and habits into their cars,
regardless of the type of vehicle they drive," said Larry Rougas, vice president of marketing and product planning for the
mobile business group at Pioneer Electronics (USA) Inc. "It aggregates compatible portable personal devices -- whether
it’s an iPod, an MP3 player or Bluetooth cell phone -- and links them all together without having to completely
change out the car’s entire factory audio system. And with VoiceBox technology, which goes beyond fixed voice
commands, the use of these devices in the car is more convenient."
Media Center
The AVIC-F500BT can operate as both a navigation device and as a media center for entertainment. Through an
auxiliary audio input in a factory audio system or using the available Pioneer installation module, the system becomes an
aggregator and "gateway" for personal audio and communication devices. Built-in speakers and a rechargeable battery
are also provided for use of the system while on the go.
The AVIC-F500BT significantly enhances the audio experience in the car with its ability to accept portable devices with a
Universal Serial Bus (USB) connection and/or music-filled SD memory cards. A slot for both are available in the body of
the unit which allows for quick connections of compatible MP3 or iPod music players as well as SD memory cards
containing MP3 and Windows Media Audio (WMA) music data. When a device is plugged in, the AVIC-F500BT
recognizes it as a source and controls it through its touch panel display and/or by voice control
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hmmm i called 6th ave electronics around my area and they carry this unit. im really interested in purchasing it. its for sale $199.99 but theres a bundle pack that comes with the ipod connector ($29) and the amp ($48) all for $248. I asked the guy where would the amp go, and he said its a small amp that connects behind the stock radio. meaning they have to remove the radio and install the amp then put the radio back in place. that way, the turn by turn text to speech, bluetooth, and music goes through the car speakers. It sounds good to me but i dont know how to remove the factory radio unit. thats basically the only thing holding me back. any help would be greatly appreciated on how to remove the stock radio. thanks
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