Soundstream VRN-DD7HB Double DIN Bluetooth In-Dash Car Stereo Receiver

October 13, 2018 - Comment
Add to Cart $319.99Amazon.com Price
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Soundstream’s Dual Display Multimedia System is the first of its kind, enabling multitask functionality in a car stereo application. Concurrent operating systems running allows the user to operate the two different platforms simultaneously. The user has the option to control the included iGO powered GPS system on the upper display, or Android Phone Link which mirrors the screen of their enabled smart device. The second operating system allows for the usage of typical features of a car multimedia system; DVD, Bluetooth Connectivity, audio/video media playback by USB, FM receiver, rear view camera, etc. VRN-DD7HB features GPS turn-by-turn navigation for all 50 United States, powered by iGo Primo. Set your destination to one of nearly 17 million available points of interest, or your own unique location. Follow the on-screen directions or audible text-to-speech commands, including lane departure guidance. Additional features include favorites list, programmable home destination, destination fuel estimates, multi-lingual, multi-gender voices, speed limit warnings, and more! Map updates available from Naviextra.

Product Features

  • Smart Sense Glass Panel Touch Screen Technology
  • Bluetooth V4.0 Hands-Free Calling from Enabled Phone
  • A2DP Wireless MP3 Audio Playback from Enabled Device
  • Built-in Front Panel Bluetooth Microphone
  • Accepts OEM Steering Wheel Control Interfaces,Rear View Camera Input Trigger

Comments

Amazon Customer says:

The features I love the radio. It has a lot of features that a normal radio wouldn’t have. It’s great thing to have in your car. I love everything about it.

Michael Harbour says:

Long story short, it exceeded my expectation! I usually would never buy a head unit from an off brand. I know Soundstream has been around for a bit, but I’m an Alpine guy myself. I was looking for a unit for my truck and they were in the $1,000-1,300 range from Alpine. I wasn’t going to pay that much since it’s not even a daily driver.I randomly came across this somewhere and thought it was so cool, I couldn’t pass it up. It had twice the features at half the price. Not to mention dual screens. Most YouTube reviews were great as…

alfman3310 says:

Know what you are getting. Read this Review There are a lot of 1 star reviews on here and a lot of misinformation around. I knew this going in and I love this radio. First off, be aware of these things:1) Phonelink will not and will never work with Iphone.2) Phonelink is only compatible up to Android 7 (not 8 or now 9). BUT Soundstream has confirmed that they have developers working on an update for both of these OS. Be aware that they will not provide a timeline. When available it will be on their website.3)…

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