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Hey everyone - I have a sweet little item up for sale. Its a Kenwood KVT-815DVD with the KNA-DV4100 Navigation system.

The Reciever is a motorized fold out 7" LCD touch screen and plays MP3 and DVD as well as normal CD's. Has multiple adjustments for bass, treble, and mid range and includes Kenwoods speaker placement adjustments. Excellent picture and sound quality. I used this deck with Alpine amps and speakers and it sounded awesome!

The KNA-DV4100 Nav system is intergrated seamlessly. Searches are very easy and directions make sense. You can even search for a fuel station by brand! ATMs are located by bank! Really easy. Also, there is no fooling around with Nav DVDs as there is a separate Nav module that mounts remotely and plays the Nav DVD full time. All you have to do is switch inputs on the Reciever and you go from the CD or DVD you were playing to the Nav and back. Also, you can play a CD/MP3/DVD while using the Nav. I really love the system, its just not the right one for my current truck.

So, it was installed for about 6 months and removed and stored when I sold my 2003 and purchased my 2006. Included is the Dash kit (converts stock 1.5 din to 1 din, adds a little cubby hole under the receiver) and wiring harness already installed for Dodge wiring. Simple plug and play.

I paid about $2k for the system about a year or so ago. I'll let it go for $1000 shipped and insured. Feel free to post any questions. Thanks!

Jason
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I had a similar unit and you could make the steering controls work but i never installed it because to be able to use them you had to purchase an adapter or control module or something like that and it was like five hundred bucks
 

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I believe you can get the module to make it work with your steering wheel controls.



Just so ya know, this thread is over a year old. I did sell it already. Guess I should have posted it. Got a truck for sale now . . . . . . .
 

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Any pics? Does anyone know if you can buy an adapter to make the steering controls work with a aftermarket CD player? :cool:

I know the thread is old. But, Metra makes a kit that allows you to keep your onstar and steering wheel controls. I just ordered the kenwood dnx7100 and needed the metra kit to keep both of the above. You can go to crutchfield and win you choose your stereo it will show you other things that may be needed and this should be listed.
 

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I know the thread is old. But, Metra makes a kit that allows you to keep your onstar and steering wheel controls. I just ordered the kenwood dnx7100 and needed the metra kit to keep both of the above. You can go to crutchfield and win you choose your stereo it will show you other things that may be needed and this should be listed.
Sweet.. I never thought about Crutchfield.. My Bose stereo actually works pretty good and hits hard. Eventually I might get rid of the speakers and up grade. Thanks!



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