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Specs are rhr 730n, top of line everything. If you send me a phone number I can text pictures. When my kids come home I will have them post pictures as I am tech un-savy.
 

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Here are specs:


The RHR radio uses a dual satellite radio/GPS antenna. All 2011 model year vehicles that came with a navigation radio will already have this antenna from the factory.
  • High speed Bus system
  • Not compatible with 2010 or prior Grand Cherokee models
  • Ordering opened on January 12, 2011
    Production start January 17, 2011
  • Optional on Limited and Overland; Standard on Overland Summit
  • AM/FM/CD/DVD/MP3/HDD/NAV
  • 30GB hard drive (approx. 4,250 song capacity)
  • 6.5" TFT Display (400 x 240 pixels) with touchscreen LCD
  • 2D & 3D bird’s eye view of roads
  • AAC compressed format added to WMA and MP3
  • Adaptive voice learning
  • Album art added to song information
  • AUX input for any device with audio out capability
  • Bluetooth™ advanced audio distribution
  • Bluetooth™ streaming audio via A2DP (Report Control)
  • Bluetooth Device HMI control (AVRCP1.4)
  • Control devices via touch screen
  • Conference call features & mute key added
  • Dead reckoning
  • Displays video output on radio headunit display
  • Dual FM Tuner with RDS
  • Enhanced graphics/speed
  • Extended playlist manager (file editor)
  • Flash drive playback via USB ports
  • Gracenotes Music Management "Play" functions
  • Harmon based navigation
  • HDD backup files to USB flash drive (via engineering menu)
  • Multi-Route Calculation
  • ID3 TAG Editor for music list customization
  • iPhone 4 compatibility (4.0/4.1)
  • JPEG photo viewer
  • HMI for media (time, seek, pause, play)
  • Junction view added for highway exits
  • Media search using alphabetical menu
  • Menu - HMI for Media (time, seek, pause, play)
  • Mute & un-mute button added to voice control
  • "My Trips" customizable route plans
  • Optimized AM tuner
  • Point of Interest (POI) search improvements
  • Rear park assist camera view
  • Seamless voice tree
  • SIRIUS Satellite Radio®
  • SIRIUS Traffic
  • SIRIUS Travel Link
  • Split-screen capability
  • Support up to 8 simultaneous devices (vs. 3 on the RER)
  • Supports AAC, MP3, WMA from USB, CD, DVD, or HDD
  • Synchronize up to 2 iPods & 2 MTP devices
  • Two simultaneous video output sources
  • World Tuner Support
  • USB - 2.0 port interface
  • USB - 2nd location added, supports headunit hub
  • USB - Copy only
  • USB - Device charge capability (1 amp max)
  • USB - Digital interface for iPod/iPhone & MTP devices (Play for Sure)
  • USB - Increased transfer rates (USB 2.0)
  • USB - Supports 8 simultaneous audio output sources (vs. 3 on RER)
  • Voice Command - Automatic Phonetic Transcription (G2P)
  • Voice Command - Destination input
  • Voice Command - Extended VR for most popular POI’s
  • Voice Command - Gracenote music files
  • Voice Command - Gracenote menu commands ("Play Beatles", "Play more like this")
  • Voice Command - Hang up/dial/receive calls/ignore calls
  • Voice Command - Improved POI search using fuzzy logic
  • Voice Command - Manual dialing pad via touch screen
  • Voice Command - Navigation
  • Voice Command - Phone, radio & music
Installation Guide (thank you to www.wk3jeeps.com):
http://www.wk2jeeps.com/manuals/RHR_nav_kit_install_K6861192
 

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How much?

I'm looking to upgrade from the piece of %^&* that came with the great Jeep I bought. I would like it to be "plug and Play" if possible.

I have the 2011 JKU

PM me with info please.

Steven
 
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