DVD/SAT NAV 1 Din Required with motorised screen - Any suggestions? Up to £1500ish...

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  1. MattDJ

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    Hi there...

    Could be buying a new vehicle soon (Mercedes Traveliner), so I was thinking is it worth getting a Sat Nav, with DVD playback and maybe a TV tuner...

    I know nothing about it, so i will list my wants...and if theres anything i should look out for when i go looking, lmk.

    1 Din Space, as far as im aware, so head unit with motorised screen coming out of it please...

    1. Sat Nav (preferably in use, whilst listening to cd or watching dvd)
    2. DVD multiregion? Playable of PAL and NTSC discs.
    3. MP3 player
    4. TV Tuner?
    5. Additional Video Out to connect to second screen
    and
    6. A Screen that flips down from the ceiling of the van (add to budget). Are these easy to install?

    I dont mind seperate box under the seat or in the glove compartment, please note no. 1 point.

    Let me know your thoughts.
    Thanks!
     

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    best bet would be the Pioneer AVIC-X1

    Currently available for £1234.99

    The unit only has one slot for sat nav DVD and audio disc but you can set the route guidance and then it stores it to the internal memory enabling you to eject the disc and put in a music CD, or you could get an external CD changer to stop you having to swap discs.
     
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    Thanks for that... I was looking at that one on the internet, can the same be done when storing route info for watching DVDs?
     
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    I don't know about DVD's as it would have to split the screen to still show the maps.
     

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