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Customer Review on Pumpkin VW DVD Car Radio Navigation System

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This Pumpkin Radio is exactly as it says on the description. It fits perfectly in a 2007 MK VW Golf GTI. The fitting instructions don’t really explain anything but, in all honesty, you don’t actually need them. Its literally plug in and play. The only problem I found with it is that on a standard VW radio, it has the 2 ports for the Arial but with this, there is only space for 1 of them. The radio works just fine with just that 1. Also when the car is reversing it loads up the screen for a reversing camera which I didn’t get(this can be solved by disconnecting the relevant wire). It is mildly annoying but you can still hear the radio/CD/Bluetooth music. The GPS works fine, but even if you mute it the music goes quiet when you come to a junction/roundabout. I haven’t figured out how to change the back light colour yet either as it shows. The settings are VERY basic in the menu. Overall I would definitely recommend this vw car radio navigation to anyone looking for something like this. Amazing value for money!!

–by Daniel

Fitted this to our Volkswagen EOS (2007) to replace the radio and add new options. We had a next delivery – arrived on time, nice packaging, super easy to set up and we were very surprise by the quality 👌🏼 very good price as well. Gps is quick to find satellites and location. The radio is good at picking up stations – Bluetooth picked up my phone straight away and my contacts were downloaded in seconds. We can use as well Spotify Connect with my iPhone 6 Plus

–by Loic

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Customer Review on Pumpkin Car DVD GPS for Toyota Camry Aurion

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Just installed this Pumpkin head unit on my Toyota Camry 2007 and it works perfectly. The product is super easy to put it (it fits it works) and i don’t have to use any extra cables that come in the box. Although I knew nothing about cars before, it took me only 1h to do it (while watching youtube on my phone on how to remove the previous DVD player) and today I saved more than $150 (professional labor). I took one star off because it made me confused with unclear instructions. Finally, I ended up not using the backup camera because I don’t know how to do it. They should post a video on youtube channel so that their customers can save time and money.
Don’t know how long it lasts, will update later!

–by Lambrusco

This factory-style navigation deck is probably the best system you could get for under $500. Because the system is based on an embedded OS WinCE 6.0, it is not as customizable as an Android-based system or an brand-name aftermarket deck; however, it is extremely stable and user-friendly. Once you program your GPS/navigation, audio setup, video setup, bluetooth functions, reverse camera and steering wheel controls, it will consistently operate that way without any complications or errors. In addition, because it looks just like a factory Toyota deck and won’t fit any other car, you wouldn’t have to worry about any thieves touching the radio since it’s pretty much worthless to them. In order to complete the package, I would suggest replacing the included external surface camera with a CHUANGANZHUO LYSB00RD05MOO reverse camera (which has a sealed all-metal case), also available on Amazon. You’ll need to remove the trim piece on the trunk lid to drill and install the camera under it; and also shim the camera to get the right viewing angle; but it’ll all be worth it in the end because it will look as slick as any OEM back-up camera.

–by DeeVee

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Customer Review on Pumpkin 10.1 Inch HD Headrest Monitor Car DVD Player

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I purchased two of the model CH1003B headrest auto dvd player for install in my ’13 BMW X5. I did a lot of research and decided that this model would offer the best bang for my buck, as it offers a clean design with superb functionality a 1/10 the cost of an OE rear entertainment system.

What attracted me to the Pumpkin units is the ability to hardware the power source and make either screen the master screen for DVD playback. Also I like that there is an HDMI input so I’m able to use my Roku or Chromecast.

As I had 12V power in the center console, I hardwired the power source and hid the cables under the console. I also ran the cable behind the seat back trim to the monitors for a clean install. The headrest monitors come with the silver bezel installed but I think the black bezel is much more modern and attractive, so I switched.

My only complaint is that the sound could be louder out of the built in speakers. I would have preferred there to be Bluetooth connectivity to the vehicle’s audio system, and the ability to play BluRay discs, but I cannot fault the model for not being capable of such as I’m sure those features are available at a much higher cost.

I like the built in FM modulation so the sound can come out of the vehicle’s sound system. I think the picture quality is superb for the price. All in all, I’d certainly recommend this headrest monitor dvd player.

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