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  • My new BMW E90-E93 Double-DIN Bezel...

    Anyone interested in a carputer specific bezel for a 7" or 8" LCD?




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  • #3
    Originally posted by Enforcer View Post
    Interesting, but I'm not sure the missus will let me 'Upgrade' her E93, especially as she has the NAV package with TV.
    Yea this is more for people w/o idrive.
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    • #4
      Could this work on a e90 sedan for 2006 and what would be the cost of such a bezel?

      And is there a how to? Would it work with the Logic7 sound system?

      Paul

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      • #5
        Just noticed something....where are the seat-heater buttons relocated? I don't see it in the pictures you provided.....so just curious...

        Thanks
        Paul

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        • #6
          bezel for e87

          I'm interessed by your work but I'm looking for a bezel for a double din carstation to put in a BMW e87 120i, can you tell me if you're can do something for me ?

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          • #7
            You cannot use this if you have Logic7 - you CANNOT remove your stock radio, else you lose all sound from everything, including Bluetooth, door chimes, low gas, etc. However, if you relocate the radio to the glovebox/trunk/etc, it would be fine; there are kits for sale that do that, including wiring, for ~300-500 shipped.

            If you DO NOT have Logic7, this would be an excellent addition.

            Just a suggestion though... if you manufacture these, wouldn't it be a bit better if the climate controls stayed below, and the screen were higher?
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            • #8
              Originally posted by Pseudo Nim View Post
              You cannot use this if you have Logic7 - you CANNOT remove your stock radio, else you lose all sound from everything, including Bluetooth, door chimes, low gas, etc. However, if you relocate the radio to the glovebox/trunk/etc, it would be fine; there are kits for sale that do that, including wiring, for ~300-500 shipped.

              If you DO NOT have Logic7, this would be an excellent addition.

              Just a suggestion though... if you manufacture these, wouldn't it be a bit better if the climate controls stayed below, and the screen were higher?
              Take a look at the Metra kit that is sold.....it is exactly that, but you still lose the seat-heater controls, which is not an option for many people.

              Paul

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              • #9
                Check this thread - there's a few kits mentioned:

                http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=142494
                Doko ni datte, hito wa tsunagatte iru...

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                My Subaru Impreza install (now retired...)
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                • #10
                  ...2 din in e87

                  I don't have Logic 7 so is not a problem
                  I show u my interior with the first picture :
                  and with the second picture what I want to do... the same model of bezel but in black...
                  I don't find where to buy...???!!!!
                  Attached Files

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                  • #11
                    Originally posted by Pseudo Nim View Post
                    You cannot use this if you have Logic7 - you CANNOT remove your stock radio, else you lose all sound from everything, including Bluetooth, door chimes, low gas, etc. However, if you relocate the radio to the glovebox/trunk/etc, it would be fine; there are kits for sale that do that, including wiring, for ~300-500 shipped.

                    If you DO NOT have Logic7, this would be an excellent addition.

                    Just a suggestion though... if you manufacture these, wouldn't it be a bit better if the climate controls stayed below, and the screen were higher?
                    I have all my chimes and I'm using the bluetooth & voice recognition incl. with the Pioneer.
                    I would have preferred the radio on top, climate controls on bottom, but that requires hacking up some of the dash and climate controls. I just couldn't do that to my car.

                    But you're right. This isn't a good option for people with Logic7. It can be done but it's more work/$$.

                    Rich
                    http://www.mybimmer.net

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                    • #12
                      Originally posted by brunp View Post
                      Take a look at the Metra kit that is sold.....it is exactly that, but you still lose the seat-heater controls, which is not an option for many people.

                      Paul
                      Last time I checked metra doesn't make a double-din kit. Link?
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