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Old 09-14-2010, 01:28 PM   #1
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Anybody using this unit?

http://www.crutchfield.com/p_135GM0710N ... l?tp=20212


Plus, I'm not sure if my 08 Sierra Denali has the centerpoint system....checked the VIN without any luck from numerous sources.

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Important Note: Rosen'* GM0710 navigation receiver works with GM Bose sound systems (except the Bose Centerpoint system), while Rosen'* GM0720 receiver was designed specifically for the Centerpoint system. Unfortunately, GM'* dealers and code sites tell us there'* no reliable way to identify the relatively rare Centerpoint system. If you install the GM0710 and your system doesn't work, we will express ship the GM0720 receiver to you at no extra cost. The cables and harnesses are all the same, so you can just pop the new stereo in and send the unused cables back with the old unit.
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On Tahoes you can tell if you have a Bose Centerpoint if you have a speaker in the middle of the dash. I suppose the Denali is the same. Centerpoint system requires the 720 Rosen.
I have an 09 Tahoe with Centerpoint and have been looking for a replacement Nav unit and considered the Rosen. The plus side is that it is essentially "plug and play" although you will lose some functionality of your Rear Seat Entertainment if you have that. If you have GM backup cam you will also need an adaptor for that (Axxess Backupcam). The down side of the Rosen is that it is very expensive for what you get. Some people seem to like it and others are not real impressed. There is some good threads in the Buick Enclave forums.
You might want to look at some of the Kenwood and Pioneer units as a replacement. They seem to have more functionality for less money but require adapters for steering wheel and GM lan.
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