OEM Head Unit for Honda

Product is discontinued
Product code:
848683
Weight:
4 kg
 

Short Review. OEM head unit for Honda. Capacitive touch screen, option to connect rear view camera, USB, iPhone/smartphone. HDMI, Bluetooth, AV-in.

Description:

OEM head unit for Honda cars. The monitor is equipped with a lot of multimedia functions and also composite and HDMI input to connect aftermarket video sources, such as Android boxes, smartphones, etc.

Multi-function steering wheel control is preserved. You will also need a radio trim plate to install this head unit in your car.

Honda Monitor
Features

  • Touch screen display
  • Multimedia functions
    • AM/FM radio (European frequency, without RDS)
    • CD player
    • MP3 discs support
  • Option to connect aftermarket rear view camera
  • Option to connect iPod, iPhone, Smartphone
  • Option to connect aftermarket video sources
  • Playing video files from the connected USB device (only MP4 format)
  • Hands Free via the built-in Bluetooth (microphone is built in the head unit)
  • Playing sound through the car speakers via A2DP (using the built-in Bluetooth)
  • Multi-function steering wheel support

Honda Monitor
Specifications

Display 7″capacitive touch screen
Inputs USB
AV (composite)
HDMI
AUX
input for rear view camera
Dimensions width of the upper part: 243 mm
width of the lower part: 224 mm
height: 133 mm
depth: 180 mm

Honda Monitor
Package Content

  • Honda head unit
  • Connection cables

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