How to Remove Radio / Navigation / CD Player from Mercedes E320 E350 for Repair
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Removal & Installation of Radio / Navigation / CD Changer from 2003 to 2008 Mercedes E320.
2005 Mercedes Comand system and Harmon/Kardon LOGIC 7 sound system Review and Full in Depth Tour
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Cockpit Management and Data system - COMAND for short - acts as a "command
center" for all audio, telematics and telecommunications functions on
Mercedes-Benz vehicles. Depending on vehicle specification, functions like
the radio, CD player, DVD player, navigation system with dynamic routing,
and amplifiers are all integrated in the COMAND system.
A high-performance processor controls the system and manages the various
programs. If requested by the driver, the CD changer, sound system, TV
receiver, telephone and Linguatronic voice control system can also be
linked up to COMAND via an optical fibre ring bus named D2B or MOST.
The latest generation of the COMAND system used in the Mercedes-Benz
S-Class boasts a large color TFT screen in 16:9 (wide-screen) format, and
uses a multi-directional wheel - located in the center console - to
navigate and use the numerous menus and functions. The system allows the
control of a huge number of features, from seat bolster inflation to the
With the Mercedes-Benz COMAND APS system, for instance, the car radio can
act in concert with the telephone to establish contact with a service
provider that will transmit digital traffic-jam warnings to the navigation
system via SMS and recommend a detour if necessary.
The COMAND APS system includes a navigation computer with a second DVD
player in the boot. The speech technology engine, used in the application
is provided by Nuance CommunicationsI recently purchase a 2009 Mercedes
CLK350 with Comand Navigation System. I've had a BMW Z4 factory Nav system
and a Megellan portable system, so I have a number of years experience
using Nav systems. I have read, re read, and re read again the Operator
Manual and I have still not been able to understand how to 'effectively"
use the Mercedes Nav system to direct me to a location using a reasonable
In my experience, if you are clueless on how to get somewhere, a Nav system
will get you there, but not always using the most logical or quickest
route. My experience so far tell me the my new Mercedes Nav system is the
most ill-logical, worthless, piece of crap, Nav system I've ever owned.
I'd rather not have to rely on my 3 yr old portable Megellan Nav system,
sticking to the windsheld of my $60k new Mercedes, with it's
state-of-the-art Comand Nav System, but I guess if I have to rely on a Nav
system getting me somewhere, I can't trust the Mercedes.
Fitted as standard, the latest COMAND multimedia system enables convenient,
intuitive operation of a range of vehicle functions. The enhanced system
includes an ECO function that plots the most fuel-efficient route, up to 40
GB HDD storage for the navigation system, 3D map display, and PIN-protected
navigation update. It also comes with TMC (Traffic Message Channel) to help
you stay one step ahead of road congestion.
Entertainment highlights include a 7.2 GB Music Register for storing audio
files and a new music search function. This enables you to search by
categories such as album or genre on the hard disk, SD-Card, USB device and
CD/DVD player. You'll also appreciate Bluetooth® connectivity for
hands-free phone calls, the latest Linguatronic voice-control system and a
handy USB port in the glove compartment.