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Thread: 2005 Subaru Forester XT dual screens Dialup BEWARE

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    One question: it looks like the installed flip-out screen isn't flat with the dash. Is this true? Did you have to cut around the dash a bit?

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    That is correct. It sticks out about 1/2-3/4 of an inch in front of the dash. And in my car I had to cut a tiny bit to make it fit. It was just a tiny bit to wide.

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    I understand how the 2 video positions can be set in xml / ini files etc .... to get the proper placement, but I just was wondering how the touchscreen software works.
    Do you have to run 2 different TS --> mouse apps ???
    can you elaborate on this .... I'm sure it's simple, but I'm curious..

    Thanks
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    The TS driver/software will allow for multiple TS's. You just have to set up the orientation, and select which one is TS1 and TS2. It's very easy!

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    new balance 991's - great choice!

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    How's the 9855 working for you? Is it easy to see the screen text in the daytime? Any hitches with it?

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    I like it. The screen is very visable except when the sun is setting, and directly shining on it. THen it can be a bit tough to read. The iTouch or whatever it's called takes a bit of time to get used to, but after you do it's pretty simple.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daclothe
    new balance 991's - great choice!
    LOL, they are nice. I might be buying the 992's in the future.

    On another note. What part number was the Nav Gauge Pod, and you said you bought it for $120?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sinhcredible View Post
    LOL, they are nice. I might be buying the 992's in the future.

    On another note. What part number was the Nav Gauge Pod, and you said you bought it for $120?
    I recently bought the gauge pack housing here, for $60 + shipping. The part number is H0010SA950ML. If you give the part number to your local subaru dealership, they can also order it for you.

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    Awesome setup!! i was wondering, how you like your JL XR650-CSi componet speakers? were they hard to set up and tune? i am planing on running those componet speakers with the same JL 300/4 amp as well and i was wondering how the sound quality was on it. well props on the awesome setup!! Auf Weidersehen!
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