[CVGX-C34] Street Ninja 7 Inch Car DVD Player System with DVB-T and GPS
Found in: GPS Car DVD Players
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CVGX-C34 - "Street Ninja 7" Product FAQ
- I'm 43, a husband and father of two small children. Is the Street Ninja too cool for my Toyota Corolla?
Good question. We get this one a lot. Feel free to install the Street Ninja in your family car. You may find however that occasionally you'll feel like pumping up your tunes and revving your engine at stop lights. Other than that, go right ahead.
- You mentioned that this product is compatible with iPods. Which versions will it work with?
We tested iPod compatibility using a 3rd generation iPod Nano 4GB.
- Your car DVD players are great, but the user manuals could use some improvement. Any suggestions there?
A lot of work has been put into making this user manual user friendly. The thing is though, this car DVD system is very intuitive so we're pretty sure you probably won't even need to read the user manual.
- Does this cool in-car total solution support the Greek language?
While the main menu system does not support the Greek language, the DVB-T system does however support the Greek language. What's more, if your GPS software comes in Greek then the GPS "Voice" and "Text" will be in Greek. Most popular GPS software titles come in a variety of languages. As for media playback with Greek subtitles, we suggest you download free software from the web to hardsub your Greek subtitles to your AVI files for video playback.
- Is the magnetic base of the GPS antenna strong enough to be placed on a moving car?
Yes, the antenna comes with a very powerful magnet. It'll stay stuck on despite the rockiest ride.
- What GPS software comes with this car navigation powerhouse? Is it Route 66?
Evalution GPS software is included, but purchasing your own GPS software is encouraged.
- What type of music do you feel would be appropriate for this car stereo system?
All music is good music. Yes, even country music. This system really likes playing hiphop though. If you're West Coast inclined then we suggest Tupac or NWA. If you're East Coast, then Notorious BIG or NAS would be your best bet.