Summary: This is the first advanced system I've attempted to install into any car. This car is a base model 2006 Honda Ridgeline. The installation was slow going, due to my insecurity in getting the wiring connected properly, then I had to wait for a proper fit kit to house the unit flush to the dashboard. The screen tilt function is perfect for adjusting my view. The GPS function was flawless, although the touch screen was very sensitive and the maps are very comprehensive.
GOOD UNIT FOR THE MONEY, CONS: THE PANDORA DOES NOT WORK VIA BLUETOOTH
7 January 2014
Summary: NAVIGATION IS GREAT, BLUETOOTH IS BY PARROT WICH SUCKS BECAUSE IS FOR THE PHONE ONLY, PANDORA SUCKS BECAUSE IT DOES NOT WORK VIA BLUETOOTH, STORING THE RADIO STATION IS VERY UNTRDITIONAL TAKES TIME TO GET USED TO IT, IS MODERN BUT NOT MODERN ENOUGH...IF YOU CATCH MY DRIFT, I GUES YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR...
Summary: I purchased the NX702 after watching a few reviews on-line. I bought it from Sonic Electronics in California because they had a great price? After installing it I really liked the Nav and Satellite radio. But I had issues with the USB working one and day not the next? I left a voice mail message with Sonic techs and never got a return call back? Called Clarion techs and had a great experience with them.
High quality panel GPS receiver/ entertainment center
Uwillie "uwillie", Amazon
9 April 2013
Summary: The NX702 is a very pleasing radio. It comes with two SD slots (one micro and one regular), one of which holds the Navigation data, and the other is accessible from the panel for music or videos. The company provides an up to date map database, but finding how to do it was a problem. The data comes from naviextras.com, and there is some Windows software to download called Naviextras Toolbox.
Summary: UPDATE April 26th 2013 I got a replacement unit from Clarion and installed. I also bought an iPhone 3GS to sync with. Everything listed below now works except for the fact that even though the GPS clock is right, the predictions on when you will arrive somewhere and travel time are WAAYYYYY OFFFF. For a 1 hour 15 min trip the GPS says it will take me 1 hour 30 min...and it only gets worse from there.
Summary: I was a little skeptical of ordering this unit based on some of the reviews out there, but I ordered anyways because the interface, features, and value seemed to far surpass the Kenwood's, Pioneer's, and Alpine's. I figured there would be a few annoyances I would have to live with based on the other reviews, but after getting everything installed, updated, and tweaked, I really have no complaints.
Summary: If I could have given this 3.5 stars, I would have. 3 is a little low, but 4 is too high for me, so I shot low. For the most part, I agree with the previous posts. It is a beautiful device and looks incredible in my truck (check my pics). It does everything that I really wanted it to, so I am happy, but I do agree most of S. Roberts' weak points. As far as I can tell, the traffic is just not correct.
Summary: I've had the NX702 installed for 10 days. I've used the navigation, radio, MP3 CD, Bluetooth phone and music streaming, but haven't used the DVD, backup camera, iPhone/iPod, Pandora, aux, or satellite radio. This is my 4th Nav I've owned, but the first that combines Nav and audio. My observations: Physical: - The NX702 has a clean, attractive look and helped by the understated controls, in my car it has the appearance of an upscale OEM unit and does not at all look like...