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Old 19th October 2009, 09:33   #1
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Default MG/75 double din unit available here

Found this on the net full spec unit with satnav for MG/75 model.
Have enquired about cost with delivery if I get a reply I will post it here.
http://www.szutility.com/sdp/519111/...VD_Player.html

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Thank for your inquiry about the MG car DVD GPS radio bluetooth device.
This is Andy from SUAV INDUSTRIAL CO., LIMITED.

Price is USD588 (£358) and the device key function features as below:
2din all-in-one DVD player+7inch high definition Touch screen+Bluetooth+Radio+Amplifier
+TV(analog)+GPS+USB SD port+RDS+steering wheel control

Special original design for the MG car,perfect installation,enjoy your driving to anywhere and anytime.
If it is required,we will send the device details for your reference soon.

The digital TV(DVB-T) and the camera are the optional items,the digital TV function extra price is USD46.(total with DVB-T £386)
The camera extra price is USD28 (1/3 CMOS with night vision and waterproof feature),and the 1/3 CCD camera is USD57.

The exact express delivery costs depend on your detailed order and shipping address.
And the express shipment time is four to six days from our factory directly reach your address.



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7.0 inch digital car dvd player(800*400)
Double DIN touch screen panel
Built-in GPS, BT and TV tuner
RDS
Compatible with DVD, VCD, CD, MP3, MPEG4, CD-R, WMA and JPEG playbacks
Intelligent steering wheel control
USB port and SD card slot
Car parking rearview
Parking close TFT automatically
Handbrake control
Electronic anti-shock protection
Full function remote control
PAL, NTSC and SECAM systems
Perfect compatibility
2 AV output, aux audio and video inputs
RCA audio output
Power: 12V DC
Mount dimension:231*186*120mm
Advantage: GPS Store space Main frequency:400MHZ
Main chip model number: SAMSUNG S3C2440A-40
Memory: 64MB
Store space:64MB(can external to 4GB)
Navigation software store: SD card
Operation system:WINCE5.0 CORE, can read 3D map
Support audio type: MP3/PCM/WMA
Support video type:ASF/AVI/WMV/DIV
Video decodes function: QVGA >25 frame/S
Software compilation type:ARMV4I
video output type: CVBS / Y/C / YPbPr,analogue RGB
Resolution: 320*240/400*234/480*234/VGA (through resistor select)
Audio output: Stereo CD quality
Audio power: Stereo 0.25W/CHANEL

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Old 19th October 2009, 09:41   #2
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thats a great find, solves the facia problem in one foul swoop, please let us know cost when you get a reply, but it aint gonna be cheap
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They have an MG7 unit as well but looking at the picture it seems that the outer bezel has been fitted upside down.
http://www.szutility.com/sdp/519111/...r_GPS_nav.html

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Old 19th October 2009, 10:09   #4
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but it aint gonna be cheap
I found the link off a video on you tube where a guy was showing his ford focus unit from the same company and he says his was $480 so converted thats £295 so if its in that ball park it's not too bad for a full spec satnav unit with perfect fit surround,so,fingers crossed.Here's the video,if they use the same interface on the mg one it will look quite nice compared to the rather garish one the Chinese makers seem to favour.

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Old 19th October 2009, 10:31   #5
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I would very much like one of these as the standard unit is pretty poor.

The TV will be cut off soon as will the radio when the digital switchover is complete, the sat nav is **** compared to my tomtom and i can get all the trip info on my speedo display.

All in all its quickly becoming obsolete in my eyes
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just seen the video looks quite impressive, i really like the speedo type selection screen, if it is anywhere around the £300 mark it should be a winner, as i paid £70 for my facia than another £270 for the Xtrons unit, plus some bits and bobs for fixing etc.
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If it has a 480x800 screen then I think people will snap these up! In the youtube video it looks really good.
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Have to agree - that looks great.
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I've already been on to the supplier about these..
and the reply I have just had is the same as at the start of the thread:

So actually a rather high price for what is outwardly quite nice item , but it is really a rather underfeatured unit.
For this price I would want DVBT inside .


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I have replied poliltely to the supplier about the price and will see if it has any effect in trimming any pennies off..
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So actually a rather high price for what is outwardly quite nice item , but it is really a rather underfeatured unit.
If you check on ebay for model specific 2din units then this price is comparable,
however,It would be nice to negotiate a lower price.I don't think you could call it an underfeatured unit just because it doesn't have DVB-T as basically its an audio/satnav system and as such the tv function is mainly an added bonus as you can't use it whilst actually driving,whereas you can with all its other functions.I can't see any manufacturer producing a ZT/75 specific unit with integrated DVB-T as the car has been out of production for so long now and the MG-7/Roewe cars come with decent standard fit audio systems.I can't find anything else like this unit so I suppose it's the best we can hope for.
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