Once en route, the Strada CN-NVD905U gives spoken turn-by-turn voice guidance, calling out turns in advance and giving timely advice. Unlike the other hard drive-toting navigation/multimedia systems we’ve seen (such as the Panasonic AVIC Z-1 and the JVC KD-NX5000), the Strada CN-NVD905U uses its hard drive only for navigation data. With a 30GB hard drive, the system has many similarities with Pioneer’s AVIC-Z1 (with which it now competes on price) and forthcoming Z2, although the Panasonic system lacks the media storage capabilities of the AVIC devices. Its bright display, intuitive menus, and useful touch screen functionality recommend it to those looking for an easy-to-use and visually appealing system. Нам очень жаль, но запросы, поступившие с вашего IP-адреса, похожи на автоматические. По этой причине мы вынуждены временно заблокировать доступ к поиску.
Чтобы продолжить поиск, пожалуйста, введите символы с картинки в поле ввода и нажмите «Отправить». The Strada CN-NVD905U’s hard drive-based navigation system is very user-friendly. Audio-videoIn addition to being an AM/FM tuner, the Panasonic Strada CN-NVD90U can handle MP3 and WMA discs as well as regular CDDA discs. Additionally, the audio system features settings for Speaker Delay and Speaker Level can be used to adjust the output to the car’s specific dimensions and to listeners’ individual acoustic requirements respectively. The double-DIN-size system features a bright 7-inch display, which shows maps and movies in crisp detail, and which doubles as a very useful touch screen interface. One thing that is conspicuously lacking from the Strada CN-NVD905U, however, is the ability to call out individual street names by using text-to-voice technology.
Digital audio playback is also straightforward, although navigating homemade disc libraries is not as straightforward as with the Eclipse AVN5510 that we reviewed recently. Surprisingly, the system will also play DVD-Audio discs—even displaying their browsable still picture (BSP) artwork—despite there being no indication of this capability in the instruction manual or in any of Panasonic’s marketing materials. Approaching our destination, we purposely disregarded the system’s directions, forcing the system to recalculate, which it did with admirable promptness. Another disappointment is the Strada CN-NVD905U’s inability to store media on its 30GB hard drive.