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  • 2010 Hyundai VeraCruz Parts and Thoughts

    OK - been out of the scene for a while and am ready to hop back in.

    Here's my proposed build - looking for thoughts.

    Parts List -
    Acer Revo 3610 - http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16883103266
    Lilliput Double Din 629 - http://www.mo-co-so.com/ProductDetai...LIL%2D629%2DDD
    globalstat BU-353 - http://store.mp3car.com/BU_353_USB_G..._p/gps-002.htm
    Carnetix CNX-P1900 -http://store.mp3car.com/Carnetix_CNX..._p/pwr-010.htm

    Looking for a few things as far as funtionality -

    1. Music - 250gb Hard Drive on the Revo (more than enough for my collection)
    2. Video Files (Downloaded TV/Movies etc) Some HD - Some not
    3. GPS Software - Garmin
    4. XM Radio - Can I use my current XM Direct receiver with the http://store.mp3car.com/Mp3Car_USB_a..._p/sat-007.htm?
    5. FM Radio? Trying to figure this one out - any recommendations?
    6. Bluetooth? I'd love Bluetooth Phone functionality - willing to purchase the USB mic http://store.mp3car.com/Andrea_Super..._p/com-054.htm and use BlueSoleil http://www.bluesoleil.com/. Thoughts?
    7. Centrafuse for a front end or Roadrunner. Centrafuse should work with the Garmin software from what I can tell. Not sure about Roadrunner. I'm open to either one. I think the bluetooth stuff I'm looking at is supported in Centrafuse as well.
    8. I plan on keeping the Revo's power supply intact, but getting an Acer laptop cigarette charger off Ebay, cutting off the barrel connector and using that connected to the P1900 for power. This way I can remove the Revo easily and keep it stock.
    9. And the last piece of the plan - 3G or 4G USB connection and streaming of Netflix and Pandora/Grooveshark.

    All of this will be connected to an AudioControl EQX (Line Driver/EQ/Crossover) - connected to 4 channel amp and mono amp for sub.

    I'm planning on utilizing the Carnetix P1900 as remote lead for amps and startup/shutdown. Hoping to use Windows 7 Hybrid Sleep.

    I hope I haven't missed anything - but please let me know your thoughts opinions.

    Appreciate any help and input.

  • #2
    42 Views and no comments? Anyone - just making sure I have my ducks in a row. Thanks!

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    • #3
      your ducks appear to be in a row.
      My OLD 2001 Mitsubishi Eclipse GT:
      "The Project That Never Ended, until it did"


      next project? subaru brz
      carpc undecided

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      • #4
        Some thoughts:

        Research who use bluetooth with bluesoleil successfully. Attention to echo issues, connection issues, pairing issues, etc. For instance, some intel boards do have an internal echo cancelling feature that do work, but sometimes not with all operating systems, etc.

        2. Never heard about anyone using carnetix and windows 7 hybrid sleep. It should be able to keep feeding 5V when you sleep, until a set time and/or the battery charge goes under a set level. DSATX has no timer for this, for instance, but I use a minimum voltage level and the car wakes from sleeps and wakes instantly for up to 30h.

        All in all looks like a good plan. Yes, I think you can use your XM receiver, but you should give the part number or whatever to the store before buying it?
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        • #5
          Originally posted by soundman98 View Post
          your ducks appear to be in a row.
          ROFL - Here they are! All lined up

          Good, sounds like I'm on the right track.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by RipplingHurst View Post
            Some thoughts:

            Research who use bluetooth with bluesoleil successfully. Attention to echo issues, connection issues, pairing issues, etc. For instance, some intel boards do have an internal echo cancelling feature that do work, but sometimes not with all operating systems, etc.

            2. Never heard about anyone using carnetix and windows 7 hybrid sleep. It should be able to keep feeding 5V when you sleep, until a set time and/or the battery charge goes under a set level. DSATX has no timer for this, for instance, but I use a minimum voltage level and the car wakes from sleeps and wakes instantly for up to 30h.

            All in all looks like a good plan. Yes, I think you can use your XM receiver, but you should give the part number or whatever to the store before buying it?
            Thanks for the input - I'll do some more reading on the bluetooth and Windows 7 Hybrid Sleep. I think the sleep will work - may be time to do some posting and ask around.

            Thanks for the opinions and thoughts!

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