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  • OEM Replacement DVD 7" Touchscreen GPS Navigation Unit For Chevrolet Chevy (07-12 Avalanche / Silverado / Suburban / Tahoe / Traverse, 07-12 Impala, 07- 09 Chev Equinox, 06-08 Chev Monte Carlo, 08-12 Express Van) With OnStar Supported,XM,Radio (AM/FM),iPod Interface,Bluetooth Hands Free,USB, AUX Input,US & Canada Map,Plug & Play Installation
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OEM Replacement DVD 7" Touchscreen GPS Navigation Unit For Chevrolet Chevy (07-12 Avalanche / Silverado / Suburban / Tahoe / Traverse, 07-12 Impala, 07- 09 Chev Equinox, 06-08 Chev Monte Carlo, 08-12 Express Van) With OnStar Supported,XM,Radio (AM/FM),iPod Interface,Bluetooth Hands Free,USB, AUX Input,US & Canada Map,Plug & Play Installation

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  • 7" digital high definition (800x480) TFT touchscreen display.Built-in DSP with 9-band equalizer for optimized sound quality.
  • Built-in iPod control (audio only)/ charging on supported iPod/iPhone models; Built-in USB flash drive support for audio playback. Built-in Bluetooth hands free ; Address book synchronizes with supported phones.
  • Retains factory Bluetooth function if equipped; retains all factory On-Star functions if equipped and activated; retains factory XM functions if equipped and subscribed; supports factory backup camera and/or backup sensor if equipped.
  • DVD playback/AM/FM/iPod Audio Control/USB Audio Playback/Bluetooth Hands Free/Rear Seat LCD(optional) Support/Backup Camera(optional) Support/US&Canada Map Included
  • If this product is out of stock, please search "B007VG81H0" on Amazon, it is the exact identical item. ONLY AUTHENTIC SIMPLESOFT PRODUCTS WILL HAVE A WARRANTY CARD. SIMPLESOFT IS ONLY SELLER FOR SIMPLESOFT PRODUCTS AND FULFILLMENT BY AMAZON.COM .For Chevrolet Chevy (07-12 Avalanche / Silverado / Suburban / Tahoe / Traverse, 07-12 Impala, 07- 09 Chev Equinox, 06-08 Chev Monte Carlo, 08-12 Express Van) with standard sound system or Bose sound system Non-Nav, plug & play installation. Windows CE 6.0 / 500Mhz CPU / 128MB RAM. 1-year limited parts and labor warranty.
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight7.8 pounds
Product Dimensions12 x 10.4 x 7.4 inches
Item model numberE8059CHEVY
  
Additional Information
ASINB007VGDHL0
Best Sellers Rank #11,223 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight7.8 pounds
Date First AvailableApril 18, 2012
  
Warranty & Support
Warranty, Parts: ONE YEAR WARRANTY

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Product Description

SimpleSoft's OEM replacement DVD GPS systems are unparalleled in the marketplace. SimpleSoft's systems are plug and play with each model car, using all of the factory harnesses and connectors and mounting tabs. All models come equipped with: - High Definition GPS Navigation - CD/DVD player - Bluetooth - iPod connectivity - MP3/MP4/WMA/WAV/JPG compatible - 4 GB mini SD card with US&Canda map - USB/RCA - Rear entertainment ready - Compatible with optional backup camera.SimpleSoft's system will retain the factory steering wheel control functions after installation. All SimpleSoft products are designed to plug and play with your specific vehicle. This product requires professional installation performed by qualified installers/12-volt specialists. SimpleSoft is not responsible for any loss or damages caused by improper installation and/or misuse.

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Customer Reviews

The sound is great.
SNDMAN
To summarize, I highly recommend this unit and the few 'quirks' I have found are no big deal at all.
Ashley & Adam D
I tried to contact simplesoft, but they have no phone number and no email.
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52 of 55 people found the following review helpful By D. Sims on November 9, 2012
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I installed this into a 2013 Tahoe and all stock features worked as advertised, using provided cabling. Looks seamlessly stock, but has better features than Stock GM Navigation system. I had to splice into my factory rear camera at the rear-view mirror connector (Pins 6-white and 7-Blue) to use the Head Unit's RCA REAR-VIEW camera connection. You can also purchase a USB adapter to connect the New Navigation USB to the Truck USB cable for $3 on Amazon which will allow the USB connection in the console to communicate to your new Navigation unit for playing video/audio media. Maps were updated through May-2012 and can be updated through a micro-SD slot in the front. The menus are very simple to use and response between all Input/Outputs Navigation/XM-radio/DVD/Aux is extremely fast. I would highly recommend this system to anyone not wanted to shell out what the dealer is wanting you to pay for the GM Navigation System.

Update to others: The Unit comes very with little instructions, but there is a Forum at Simplesoft that will answer most installation related questions, as well as the owners manual for download. This Unit is known as the 80xx-II Model. xx in the model# determines what car it is fit for, but the software is the same for all. Simplesoft's forum link [Google search will find it by searching "Simplesoft Navigation"

Tips:
This $2 adaptor will allow you to connect the Nav's USB cable to the factory GM cable, so that the console USB port will connect to the Nav unit for playing your music in the DVD/USB mode. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B002FCDRR4/ref=oh_details_o04_s00_i00

The cabling harness comes with 2 pairs of RCA connections which need to be connected together for the XM radio to have sound.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By R. Michael Tuten on February 13, 2013
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Installed in 2012 Traverse 1LT.

Pros - I have installed a lot of aftermarket audio and video systems in a many vehicles and I have to say this is one of the most well integrated units I have seen. Installation is straight forward, mostly plug and play. Works well with steering wheel controls (with one noted exception below), much improved sound quality over stock unit. Is everything it claims to be. Ipod, DVD, NAV, Backup Camera, CD, AM/FM all good. (Have not used AUX video for rear entertainment)

Cons - Radio reception could stand to be improved. Loses stations pretty quick on road trips. (In town is OK) Backup camera video cable needs to be about 2 ft longer. Adapter needed for FM antenna. Wish you could use the button on the steering wheel to answer the phone. (button mutes the radio only and is only useful when making outgoing calls). To answer phone you must tap the screen. Installation and setup instructions not clear at all, but the wiring harness is clearly labeled. Backup camera power feed only 6V. (Solution: Run power from ACC lead or tap into reverse lights on the vehicle.) NAV system slow to boot up, but you get used to it.

Other - Unit is manufactured by FlyAudio, which has a link on their site for various Vehicle logos to program into the unit. So now, when my wife turns the key, the Chevy bow tie is shown during unit startup. Pretty cool and further enhances the stock integration of the unit.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Saul Gonzalez on May 5, 2014
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When I first got this product I was glad to know it was easy to install. Simply plug into existing radio connectors. No instructions came with it and the link they provide is dead. For the past 11 months it worked great until about 2 days ago when I got into my 07 avalanche and I noticed it was just stuck on the chevy logo and then after about 2 mins it would turn off and then turn back on and get stuck on the chevy logo again. As many prior positive posts have said when it works, it works great. Your steering wheel controls work with it. Bluetooth is only for phone calls. And the GPS is a bit iffy. I was one of the people that took a chance on it despite the bad reviews but sad to say less than a year later this unit doesn't work. At first I thought it was something else causing it not to work but once I put the stock radio back on it worked just fine. Now I'm going to spend the extra money to buy a name brand unit.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Dave S on January 6, 2013
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worked great out of the box
looks and works like factory
installed in my 2012 traverse in minutes
no wire cutting,no soldering
just plug and play
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14 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Emily Mccurry on February 26, 2013
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I recently installed this head unit in my 2013 Suburban. I ordered the plastic tools to help with removing the trim around the radio which helped a great deal since the clips can be difficult to remove, and the plastic trim is not very thick. The harnesses were simple to match up. I did have to make sure that I connected the pink wire for the Back LCD. I also made sure to order the USB 2.0 A Male to Mini-5 Female Adapter to be able to connect the USB from the head unit to the USB harness in the vehicle. I ran the antenna for the GPS to the stock location under the dash panel near the defrost vents. I decided to use the Bluetooth with the head unit since I wanted to have the ability to use the touch screen Bluetooth that is included with the head unit since it gives you more options than the factory Bluetooth. I watched a video on vimeo.com that shows where to place the GPS antenna and Bluetooth microphone, [...]. Following this video makes it easy to install the GPS antenna and Bluetooth cable.Other posts have mentioned that the radio reception is not as good as the factory unit which has also been my experience. My steering wheel controls work, but I did notice that while you can scroll through your radio presets, you can only scroll to the next station when using satellite radio which is annoying. You should be able to use the steering wheel controls to scroll to the next satellite preset just as you can with the radio. I have had a couple of issues in which the satellite radio is not picking up a signal when I am driving the vehicle. Powering off the radio and restarting it has resolved the issue, but this can be annoying as well if you have to wait to power down the unit to use the satellite radio. The navigation works very well. It is very detailed.Read more ›
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