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    Anybody with questions regarding the GA-Net+, please send me a PM.

    Thanks,

    DominicanJB

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    Quote Originally Posted by SNOtwistR View Post
    zapro you need to get 1 of the plugins for the garmin to cf integration there are a couple its up to you to choose which is best for you hope this helps SNO
    Hi.

    Can you give me a link for them ? I only found one, and that really didn't work...

    // Per.

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    nickmack http://forums.fluxmedia.net/download...pc-plugin-154/

    rebellion http://forums.fluxmedia.net/download...bellium-3-122/ I use the rebellion one and have had no probs with it SNO

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    Wow, this is awesome. I love it...

    I am totally new to this, and plan to work on my 2006 mdx with factory navigation... thank you for posting your project

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    mdxnub,

    Thanks for your comments. If you need help with your project, ask me any question and I'll help you as much as I can.

    DominicanJB

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    Quote Originally Posted by SNOtwistR View Post
    nickmack http://forums.fluxmedia.net/download...pc-plugin-154/

    rebellion http://forums.fluxmedia.net/download...bellium-3-122/ I use the rebellion one and have had no probs with it SNO

    I'm so happy
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    great job! I like it because I also have a 07 ody. I don't see the case. How did you house your motherboard anyway?

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    dodo99,

    Thanks for your comments. I custom made the case that houses the motherboard so that it fits under the left seat in the second row. If you are planning to do a similar installation, I'll be more than happy to help you in any way I can.

    Happy New Year,

    DominicanJB

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    Res

    Does this setup work with the Rear Entertainment System as well? I'd rather be able to play videos from the carPC than having to carry around DVDs for that screen.

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    i remember some one was asking the same question, and i forgot the answer already I think rear monitors are directly connected to DVD unit so essentially you are playing plain DVD but if you get Video card with TV out you can utilize that and stream video to rear monitors by using you front end (ex Centrafuse supports multiple monitors) So by itself GA-NET does not have control of rear monitors but it should not be very hard to get hold of them
    Automotive LED Headlight Module High Power VS HID NEW
    Acura / Honda A/V CarPC Adapter GA-NET+ - Convert your native navi DVD unit to CarPC + Dash buttons are usable in car pc!!!
    Centrafuse Garmin Mobile PC Skin - GMPC Rebellium Skin

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