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Kenwood DMX7019BT 7" Multimedia Touchscreen Head Unit + 6inch Kenwood Speaker $359 Shipped @ Automotive Superstore

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Pretty good price on this head unit for $349 shipped. For an extra $10 you can add 6 inch Kenwood speaker. Any other store i have found having the head unit is considerably more expensive.

The Kenwood DMX7019BT includes many of the latest smartphone and entertainment features – at a price that's hard to ignore.

Powered by an incredible 7" resistive touchscreen, the head unit delivers easy access to a customisable menu system packed full of great features. It's now easier than ever to play music from Spotify, navigate with maps (via Android Mirroring), or stay in touch on the move via Bluetooth hands-free.

The DMX7019BT also comes packed with car audio options, including Bluetooth streaming, USB Android Mirroring and Kenwood's innovate audio hardware and software.

There are also connections for two external cameras, which you can view on your dashboard screen. The DMX7019BT also displays rear distance guidelines, taking the stress out of parking and reversing.

The DMX7019BT is one of the best-value AV receivers in the entire Automotive Superstore range. With a stack of great features and impressive connectivity – it's the easiest way to upgrade your car to the newest technology.

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  • +1 vote

    No Android auto? Just mirroring is how I'm reading it

    • +1 vote

      At least the passenger can put in the address without having to stop the fecking car then.

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        This is a problem you face with Android Auto?

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          If it's that whole thing about the wiring connected so it detects parking brake, just ground it elsewhere.

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            @placard: I just installed a new Android Auto head unit into my car the other day and I haven't had any issues like that so far, but I did ground the parking brake wire, so that is probably why.

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              @mdogxxx: Yeah by grounding that wire elsewhere tricks the unit thinking the parking brake is on, ie safety feature to stop you using certain features unless parking brake on.

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            @placard: That is only for watching dvds etc not for using android auto

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              @asa79: I just maybe misinterpreted from the other poster, that some features are 'locked' when the car is in motion, one of which I thought perhaps entering an address into the GPS. If so, grounding that wire so it tricks the head unit of thinking the vehicle is stopped all the time and allowing those features.

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        Not had that issue, just say ok google

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      just a thought, can you run Android Auto on your phone then mirror it to the headunit?

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        Its not true android auto, you lose alot of features. Its like buying a cheap android table media box over android tv media box

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          So what features do you lose? I run android auto on my phone attached to a wireless charger. So I don't have to plug anything into the phone and the wireless holder has an auto clamp feature. The thought of having to plug in a cable to have android auto run from another screen is a bit of a turn off - but if there are additional features in a console mounted android auto screen I may reconsider.

  • +6 votes

    Resistive touch … eewww

  • +3 votes

    No Android Auto or Apple car play. Also resistive screen, yuck.

    I'd rather pay a little more and get that Pioneer unit posted the other day.

    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/527967

    Seems better value. Get a reverse camera as well thrown in.

    • +1 vote

      Just got that same unit from Supercheap Auto the other day for $487 and it is a great unit! The unit they had on display in store was really sluggish and slow, but the one I installed works fine, so I am not sure what was going on there.