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Topic # 112436 8-Dec-2012 17:34
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Hi all,

I have recently installed Kenwood DDX-6031BT in my car.It comes with Advanced Navigation Interface all i need is New Zealand map for it (probably on a SD card).

Can anyone help me to purchase one or install one.

Thanks in advance.

Regards,
Prabu
 

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  Reply # 729046 8-Dec-2012 17:50
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how about telling us what the GPS navigation software is? Makes it a bit easier to figure out where/how to get maps



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  Reply # 729057 8-Dec-2012 18:10
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Thanks for the speedy reply... I'm not really sure but the guy at the shop told it has got an inbuilt navigation receiver just needed the NZ map downloaded on to the memory... I saw most of the Kenwood units use Garmin Navigation software.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 729059 8-Dec-2012 18:34
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Have you tried RTFM (Read the friendly manual) to figure out the type of navigation software? Maye there is a help screen in the menu's somewhere that will help identify the software. Without concrete information on the software it is a waste of time even looking for maps

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  Reply # 729073 8-Dec-2012 19:41
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Before you get the maps, make sure you update the firmware for this double din head unit.... theres plenty of instructions in either the manual itself, kenwood websites and youtube.


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