Expensive...maybe now. I paid $850 for the whole package. You need hook ups.Paradigm said:Nope.
Some people hack a Europian model, but it is expensive and still leaves you with a small screen and some problems.
You can always go aftermarket with a nice 7" screen, you can usually get DVD and video games out of that screen too. Or you can always put a Garmin on the dash like I did :thumbup:
$850? I've heard of people paying $2,000-3,000, and that's for used equipment :shock:OCTICK said:Expensive...maybe now. I paid $850 for the whole package. You need hook ups.
And you can run a TV, DVDs, and Video games off it too. It currently has to be PAL version, but the NTSC version according to Dietz is coming out in late June. There is also some USA companies that has a NTSC version, but it is $500. I will wait for the $150 Dietz version.
The screen is small, but I plan to give entertainment to my passengers with some large monitors. For now, the 5" is fine. To each their own, my other car has a full system with a 6.5 touch screen, PS2, DVD player, and rear 6" head rest monitors. Depends if you want OEM or not.
This was a while back for a GB and now the Euro has gone crazy. I have thought about selling it to get the new Panasonic. Why you want it for $2,000? Comes with 2004 disks. :wink:Paradigm said:$850? I've heard of people paying $2,000-3,000, and that's for used equipment :shock:
As for using it as a TV or DVD player, I've heard that the resolution is very low, but maybe you can shed more light on it.