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Kenwood DNX-7140

By Gideon V. – Sonic Electronix Editor

SonicElectronixTV, the Sonic Electronix YouTube Channel, keeps you up to date with the latest and greatest car audio products! In the most recent episode, your host Seth Wilde demonstrates the fantastic features of the Kenwood DNX-7140 in-dash GPS Navigation head unit. Wilde highlights all of the user friendly features such as voice commands, voice prompts, touchscreen dialing, and fast loading speeds.

Kenwood continues to expand their line of in-dash navigation units and the latest unit is the DNX-7140. It is the new 2009 model of the DNX7120 and it includes built-in Garmin navigation. It also features built-in Bluetooth from Parrot. The screen is bright and clear, making it easy to navigate through the various menu options. You can even read text messages on your screen!  With the purchase of the Kenwood KCA-IP301V iPod connection cable, you can also control your iPod through the unit’s menu controls. The DNX-7140 loads your iPod songs extremely fast and the screen displays album, title, and arist information. You will enjoy a truly seamless iPod integration! The bottom line is that this is one of the nicest Double DIN navigation units we have seen!

In this video you will see Wilde use the Garmin navigation to find a nearby restaurant. He also puts in a DVD to show the bright screen display. He demonstrates the different menu options and shows how it looks with an iPod connected to it. Throughout all of this, Wilde demonstrates the user friendly touchscreen for selecting the different options while he guides you through using the DNX-7140.

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