This is sweet! I love the dash job!
7'' Xenarc Touchscreen
Epia M 10000, 512MB, 30GB,
Earthmate GPS, D-Link Extreme G,
Gyro Mouse/ Keyboard.
I am using Media Engine with a skin designed by SharkWeb
-- Added on an Rockford 351M with a Infinity 10" DVC
Thanks for all of the sweet installs to help boil my passion.
is that last picture a pic of your trunk?
if so, are those subs?
2001 Acura CL traded for a 2006 Subaru Legacy GT
7" Lilliput Touchscreen
60g SATA Laptop HD
4x Apple DVDslot
mini BT keyboard
relocated HU faceplate
Originally Posted by acura cl
It is the passenger (their is pockets on both sides, the left one holds jack / tools and changer and an amp in my car) side pocket in the trunk. The speakers you see are the Bose sub that comes installed from the factory.
I have not had a problem with them interfering with the computer
Xenarc 7" Touchscreen, EPIA M 1Ghz , 512 MB, 30 GB, D-Link G wireless, Delorme Earthmate GPS, Gyro Keyboard / Mouse
- Install Thread
very sweet setup! i plan on doing this myself in similar areas in my SC400...nice work on the xenarc mounting!
Nice install, the dash looks really good.
Couple of questions, how are you using the stock radio, are you connecting the output from the computer to the headunit? If so what are you using to achieve this?
Asus A7N8X-VM - AMD Mobile Athlon 2400
512 Ram - 60GB HD - Opus 150w
Lilliput 7" - Rikaline 6010
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I am currently using a Clarion FM modualor to connect the pc to the stock deck. However, I am seriously looking into changing it to use the aux port (the cd changer is currently attached to it) I wanted to see how much I would use the changer after the install. I can sum up my changer usage in one word......"never."Originally Posted by Quattro-A4
The car pc is not as loud as before and the deck seem to go into a safe volume-ish mode so i need to turn the volume up on the deck to crank it. Other wise in normal volume no need. It would also sound a bit cleaner too. I tell people who have listened to it and they call me crazy when I say that. The bose system sounds good but lacking in bass but I solved that by adding a 10 DVC Infinity to the system and really turning the bass down and letting the sub fill that area.
When I moved the stock radio all i had to do was (cut the back of the glovebox) extent the ground wire a bit to still be connected. No other wire was cut not even the hazzard lights, which are accessable to the driver. You need to know where the are though.
Wow nice install you got there! Think it was your install that gave those people at Audi the idea to standard equip the new A6 with an MMI.