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    Acura TSX w/ Nav - Computer Install

    I posted ecerything over at acura-tsx.com -- Check it out!

    http://www.acura-tsx.com/forums/show...&threadid=7267

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    Question: you had an existing nav system, did you leave in intact and just use dual screen inputs or something?

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    very nice installation, could neaten the pc up a bit, since u didnt have todo much modification to the front.. :P
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    very tidy screen install.
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    Quote Originally Posted by anaxagoras
    Question: you had an existing nav system, did you leave in intact and just use dual screen inputs or something?
    The existing navigation still functions normally in the background, and there is a switch that toggles between the different video inputs. The stock navigation doesnt know that it isnt being displayed on the screen...the voice commands still mute the speakers and give directions, etc...

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    Quote Originally Posted by meddler
    very tidy screen install.

    Thats the stock navi... but cool though I am going to do that with a rx8 navi but much better pc setup will post it all later
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    Quote Originally Posted by mbkowns
    Thats the stock navi... but cool though I am going to do that with a rx8 navi but much better pc setup will post it all later
    have u started working on this... i got an rx8 i wanna see if i can get the stock navi screen and hook up a pc to it.

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    I know it works go to avelectronics they have a device thats 500 bucks but it will do rear cam automaticly all that cool stuff basicly 3 video inputs. It has directions on how to hook it up to the rx8 its specially built for it so it would be easier to do that then mess around with something else....

    http://www.avelectronic.com/NavigationTV-Tuner.htm
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    That is an awesome install. My compliments to Honda/Acura for a sleek dash.
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