The flexible VXE 6020 NAV ensures that you're always on the right road
The flexible VXE 6020 NAV ensures that you're always on the right road. The Naviceiver has a 16 cm TFT monitor and LED backlight. Thanks to the sensitive touchscreen, the operation of the on-screen display is intuitive and convenient. The LED backlight ensures good contrast and bright illumination of the 6.2 inch screen at all times. Both the navigation view and, in particular, the video playback with the flexible multimedia DVD/CD player benefit from the high image quality.
For the audio sound in the car, the VXE 6020 NAV provides a maximum output of 160 watts as well as dedicated subwoofer control. The device can be adjusted individually and precisely with a 10-band equalizer and a user-defined EQ curve.
The Naviceiver is extremely flexible with regard to connection options and connectivity. A mini-USB, 3.5 mm jack and SD card reader are located on the front of the unit. The mobile phone is connected via Bluetooth to the MTK Bluetooth hands-free kit with an internal microphone, also making audio streaming possible. The video signal of the rear view camera with automatic switchover can also be fed in. It is even possible to connect an additional monitor to the composite video output on the back.
Navigation is carried out by the high-definition navigation system iGo Primo 2 with TMC; maps for 44 countries are available immediately.
There is also an option for the VXE 6020 NAV to be operated via the steering wheel. The SWC connector* required for this is already available.
*SWC READY - We recommend SWC adapter Dietz (PDF)
After launching the navigation menu you will be provided with the following options:
1. Open the navigation menu, tap 'Destination' and select 'Search POI'. You will then be presented with the following predefined search categories:
Alternatively, you can also enter a custom search and access the 400,000 points of interest/POIs stored on the VME 9125 NAV.
2. Tap 'Custom Search' and then 'Near Destination'; a list of categories relating to the various points of interest will be displayed. Select 'Leisure' for example. You can browse through all of the categories by selecting 'List all POIs' or you can refine your search, for example, by selecting 'Parks and Recreational Facilities'.
3. The entries in the list specify the location and details relating to the POI. Tap 'Next'
4. The VME 9125 NAV calls up the parameters of the route; a map of the entire route now appears and you can start the navigation process by selecting 'Go'.