2-DIN naviceiver with 15.8 cm / 6.2 touchscreen display, card data from 44 European countries to 8 GB microSD card, avoid traffic jams with TMC, RDS, FM MW LW, 24 presets, 4 x 50 Watt, 6 K. Preout (4 V), USB port with suitable iPod/iPhone- control (video playback via optional cable), built-in Bluetooth, DVD / DVDñR / RW / CD / CD-/RW / MP3 / AAC / WMA, 3-band equalizer, high -/Tiefpassfilter, Dual Zone, 1 x Front Audio In, 1 x Video-in reversing camera, blue key illumination, suitable for steering wheel remote control.
I have. The unit now in operation since May 2011 and am now satisfied after initial teething problems The software update of June 2011, which is available on the website of Clarion should, therefore, be sure to install. Only after the update was installed, not every 1-2 weeks was shot my memory card with the Navisoftware. Now the device is reliable.
Overall, the device with all the advertised features work reliably. The criticism, I would like to get rid of is therefore more "moan at a high level." But long story short, here are the negatives: Clarion NX602
- Navigation announcements when exiting highways rather confusing. Navi says "Leave the motorway at the six", meaning of course the number of motorway. However, no cities etc. announced that appear on this sign, but only the number of the exit.
- TMCPro update can not currently acquired (August 2011) are. The support of can not comment, when it will again be possible.
- Display brightness is always at 100%. The night is sometimes a bit annoying. Although I am not so sure whether it's a general problem with the brightness control, or whether it's my adapter which the radio is connected.
Another positive is the phone support from Clarion. I had an in-depth technical issue and was immediately connected to the appropriate people, who gave me without the "standard answers" directly responded to my question. Today, this is almost a unique position and should therefore important to stress positive.