|Item Weight||8.8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||7 x 6.5 x 3.9 inches|
|Origin||Made in USA or Imported|
|Item model number||S106408200002##wh=|
|Memory Card Slot||CD, DVD, SD Card|
Ouku In-Dash Double-DIN Car Dvd Player with Touch Screen Lcd Monitor, 6.2-Inch
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- 2DIN 6.2 inch TFT touch screen HD screen 800*480 CPU:ARM11+ARM9 833MHZ frequency
- It comes with free KUDOS 4gb gps navigation map card including north america map .Support HD720P,1080P,RMVB video,full video format
- Built-in GPS, Bluetooth,iPod Support steering wheel control S upport rearview camera input USB/TF card port
- Handfree bluetooth to help you make phone calls when you enjoy your driving
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|Screen Size||6.2 in||6.2 in||6.2 in||6.5||6.2 in||6.2 in|
|Display Type||LCD||LCD||Digital LCD Display||In-Dash DVD Players||Resistive Touchscreen||LCD|
|Item Dimensions||6.5 x 7.01 x 3.94 in||—||7 x 7.25 x 4 in||7.5 x 10.25 x 10.25 in||7 x 6.5 x 3.88 in||9.7 x 10.7 x 7.2 in|
|Media Type||CD, DVD, SD Card||CD, DVD, SD Card||CD, DVD, SD Card||MP3||DVD||CD, DVD, SD Card|
Item ID:Up to 32GB/TF Card
Features: SD/USB Support, Touch Screen, FM Transmitter, Subwoofer Output, Steering Wheel Control, 3D Interface, iPod, GPS, Built-in Bluetooth
Digital TV or Analog TV: Analog TV
Display Ratio: 16:9
Screen Size: 6.2 inch
Screen Resolution: 800 x 480
OSD Languages: Dutch, Chinese, Russian, Portuguese, Spanish, English
Media Type: PDF, PNG, JPG, DIVX, RMVB, DVD, DVD-RAM, Mp4, JPEG, WMA, Mp3,VCD, CD+R/RW, CD-R/RW, CD, MPEG4, AVI, DVD+R/RW, DVD-R/RW
Radio Response Bandwidth: AM: 522 KHz-1620 KHz;FM: 87.5 MHz-108 MHz
Operating System: Windows CE 6.0
GPS Processor: ARM 11
GPS Card Slot: TF Card
Support Map: Kudo, PAPAGO, Sygic, IGO
Voice Navigation: Yes
Amplifier & Interface: 0
Amplifier Max Output Power / Channel Qty: 45 Watts x 4
Connector Type: 1 x GPS ANTENNA, 1 x USB, 1 x SUBWOOFER, 1 x AUX-IN, 1 x POWER,1 x IPOD, 1 x STEERING WHEEL CONTROL, 1 x REARCAMERA, 1 x BRAKE CHECK, 1 x A/V OUT, 1 x A/V IN
Type: 2 Din
Net Weight(kg): 2.3
Warranty: 1 year
What's in the box: Power cable × 1, GPS antenna × 1, Mounting bracket × 1, USB cable × 1, iPod cable × 1, User's manual × 1, DVD host × 1
Top customer reviews
I have read other peoples reviews and i am going to answer some questions that people had.
If the CD/DVD drive doesn't accept a disc, hold the eject button for 10 seconds or more... It also matters the angle you put the disc in, i had to angle it a little bit and it goes in just fine.
The clock did default back to original time (Seller told me it was set to their time zone is the reason and gave me the instructions and code to fix it) there's also a setting in time setting about syncing with GPS.
I am getting the camera installed on Monday so i can update this review then once i play with that.
Music sounds great in my factory 2006 Ford F150, Bluetooth works very good (main reason i bought the unit) ipod plug and usb
plug are amazing, both work flawlessly and the GPS is great.
Our initial install on 2000 Tundra was full of "white noise" that no filters could get rid of. The factory amp had to be removed - that instantly fixed all the sound related issues. The amplifier built into this unit is quite powerful! The stock radio/stereo could not produce such clear sound!
The issues with time settings have been resolved: UPDATE 07/31/15:
Boot-up the unit.
1. GPS button - Tool and Screwdriver Icon - scroll to - Regional - Time Zone - "Use Auto Time Zone - check mark. Back - Back - Back - Exit.
2. Main Screen scroll to left - "Clock" icon - GPS sync Time - change from Open to Close. left top Home icon to exit.
3. Setup - Factory Set - Factory Set - button (twice click) - Time - "Time Zone -6" - Pacific US increase - Exit.
Now it is all synced-up with truck stock time unit.
Bluetooth connects automatically and crisp clear! We do not even pull our phone out when we get into the truck - the head unit automatically detects it and connects seamlessly. The sound from Pandora broadcasted from Android phone comes out clear and crisp (have to turn the sound on the phone down a bit - a bit too loud). Calling is clear, but on the other line they can tell that we are calling from a car/truck, but clear to them and no need to repeat anything. The best part - callers can hear us well (driver and passenger) with windows rolled down.
Yes, we had to trim our stereo/radio bezel about 1mm on each of four sides - easy breezy stuff - take a good sharp knife and slowly "peel" off layer by layer to the sizing needed. Took about 10 minutes to trim it.
Stock brackets fit perfectly into the unit and hooked-up with no issues!
Wiring - one cable was mislabeled, but was easy to figure it out (speaker wire).
GPS has crashed midway to our destination on our first try of this feature (made it very well first 15 miles with precise directions). Sent an e-mail to seller with screen shots. Will try it out more this/next week and will report to you, readers.
The reason for 4 stars and not 5? Sent an e-mail to a seller describing all the issues faced and received response with promise to get the info from the manufacturer - yet to receive it. Once it (GPS crash) has been resolved - the rating will go to 5 stars. As for the price for this unit - it IS well-worth it.
Overall - pleased with the unit and recommend it for those Do It Yourself folks!
UPDATE: As of today, July 29th, received an e-mail with a link to download updated iGO PRIMO software package. Loaded into the card, loaded into the unit - works PERFECT!!! Upgrading my review to 5-stars. Seller surely follows through and does what she says. Thank you Amme!!!
Just received today, Took apart dash, removed old stereo, Even took the time to solder the wires and heatshrink the wires to the adapter for the car harness... ran gps wire, And future subwoofer wires so I didnt have to take out the radio a second time.... Screwed in this stereo.. Made sure everything worked before putting the dash together... Was very happy til then. Tried to put on the dash and nearly snapped the front knobs off by accident trying to get the dash to fit. WTF.
Doesnt fit in a standard 2-din sized hole. It is about a quarter inch wider than a standard stereo.
I have bought a 170 dollar paperweight unless I want to hack up my dash.. Which was one thing I was trying to avoid.
Other than it not fitting, The radio seems to be a very nice system. GPS seemed to work fine for me. Audio quality was amazing. Havent tried the backup camera yet, Because Ive been figuring out how to make a bigger square fit inside a smaller square.
I would not recommend this to anyone. the GUI is nice, But the hassle is not worth it.
Note: This screen is not a capacitive screen. it comes with a plastic stylus if you so choose. Also, Mine did not come with a battery for the remote. WTF kind of stereo doesnt come with a battery for its remote?!
2006 subaru forester 2.5X
EDIT: I did want to add a few more things that I have found out along the way.. The button backlight is BLUE. there seems to be no way to change it that I can find.. Which is disappointing, Because they were supposed to be able to be changed. SD card shuffle is the same shuffle list every time... So if you stop your music and you start shuffle again... Its just gonna start right back at that same out of order list. Not really shuffle... But okay... Most settings are in chinese, Even with English set as the default language.
Also, There is no documentation on how to wire anything on the back of this stereo.(I know how to wire the speaker and power harness, Im talking about just the RCAs) There is about 10 RCA A/V plugs on the back of this stereo, None are labeled, And the instruction book is useless. I would really like to know what is what So I can wire this up right and not have to guess. Also, While in a call, you cannot use GPS for some odd reason...
EDIT 2: I have attached images of finally figuring out the RCA wiring after having to take apart my dash 2 times... and let me tell you its a a MAJOR project just to get it off.. But yeah.. I LOLed so hard when I figured it out.. its just unbelievable. One image shows where the Yellow video line for the backup camera plugs in... funny enough... Its the RED plug thats on the lead... WTF?! haha. And the other image is the subwoofer out and aux plugs. WTF is the subwoofers the purple and a yellow plug?!? I have no idea which is left and right channel.. Because I use an amp to bridge into 1 subwoofer So It uses both channels either way. The aux seems to be where you would think... normal yellow for video.. white for left and red for right... But I have not tested the video plug. I only have an audio aux coming in, For use with any device that only can output through a 3.5mm plug...
The other 4 plugs hard mounted seems to be OUTS for all 4 speakers. The red and white under the purple were the front L and R.
I still have no idea what the white plug on the lead is for... LOL
Also, I cannot get the radio to turn on the backup camera even after googling for 3 hours to find the correct wiring on how to. It only turns on when the car goes into reverse. I would of assumed you could of turned it on by the radio too, SInce it has the capability to. theres a button that shows the backup feed, But it shows "no video" on the screen.
To wire it properly, Yellow is your video feed from your camera... and the red wire hanging off it gets connected to the pink reverse wire. I think the tag said "rear "if I remember right..
On to the camera end...
The other wire with the barrel plug gets connected to the reverse light AND the other end of the yellow video wire. Tie the red wires together, And attach to the positive on your reverse light. The one black wire will get connected to the ground. I recommend a diode or two also between the reverse light and the 2 red wires, That way if the radio does somehow turn on the camera, it doesnt light up the reverse light too because they are all tied together.
I just cant believe this is the funniest radio install I have ever had. Im up to a week now... And its still not finished.. Ive never had this much trouble installing a stereo EVER. Ive had to buy tools Ive never needed before... Ive ruined my dash.. I had to spend money on a replacement dash part that way if I ever so sell the car.. I can throw the old one back in if I have to... just in clips to hold panels together ive probably broke... who knows... lol. I still have to drill a hole in my trunk for the backup camera... Which I cannot mount anywhere on my vehicle and had to buy a license plate camera... take out my tail light... and run wires to the camera...
Im serious when I say... DO NOT BUY ITTTT. ITS NOT WORTH ITTTTT.