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  • Got my g4 however......

    Thanks to the guys at mp3car, I received my G4 Saturday and installed it over Saturday and Sunday. I installed 2 programs on it in addition to streetdeck that came installed. 1 was gpsgate for tracking of the vehicle, the other was vnc server, however i noticed that when playing mp3 music and being in the nav screen that the music is choppy like the processor cant handle this, has anyone else found this issue? i would have thought there would be more overhead free, I wasn't logged into the vnc at the time so it was dormant

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    A warning for anyone with a Nissan Xterra, their is a structural bar right behind the hole for the unit and you have to make up your own right angled din cables or it AINT going in.

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    are you using the onboard sound or are you using a USB sound card?
    Pentium 4m 1.5GHz|MB896|Roadie Extreme|XM-Direct|Rikaline 6010|T-View 7"|Streetdeck|160gb Western Digital|1Gb DDR2-533 Ram

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      That beam is called a "cross car beam", everyone that reads this, "DO NOT CUT" this bar. This is a major structural item in the vehicle and can cause problems in a crash. This bar exists in every vehicle but some vehicle radio locations can place the G4 connectors in-line with this bar. Right angle connectors or custom made are your only choice.

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      • #4
        are you using the onboard sound or are you using a USB sound card?
        using the on board sound

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        • #5
          That beam is called a "cross car beam", everyone that reads this, "DO NOT CUT" this bar.
          yeah looking at how thick the bar is I would say it would be hard to cut. right angled connectors fixed the issue

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