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What 3rd Party Navi/receiver best for 2006 Camry?

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Old 09-25-2015, 05:12 PM
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Default What 3rd Party Navi/receiver best for 2006 Camry?

I bought a Kenwod DDX 5902 Monitor receiver with back up camera for my 2006 Camry. (JBL non Navi)

Problem is that the screen is horrible, cannot see once I leave the garage or if there is any sun. Kenwood said they are aware people have issues.

I need a navi unit/hands free for my wife as it is her car.

Anyone have a good unit for a 2006 that the screen is bright?

I have to go to a dealer for install.

Kenwood said the Navi units have the same screens?

Help-Thanks
 
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Old 09-25-2015, 08:49 PM
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is this the screen

Kenwood DDX5902 In-Dash Monitor Receiver with Bluetooth & HD Radio

all of that brand look they will have the same problem with daylight

if you cant return the unit

are you any good at fabrication

start off and try to make up a cardboard surround shade for the screen
that is effective .to reduce daylight problem
 

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Old 09-25-2015, 11:01 PM
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I contacted Kenwood and they are aware of the issue.

What are other brands or models I can look at? This one is on the way back to the dealer ASAP-
 
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