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  1. Only my "Advanced Driving Techniques" DVD ;) Thanks for the help, I will let you know the results when it's all done. Need to get a radar jammer fitted first though... James
  2. I thought my post was clear... Obviously not! :) I want to ADD a flip out screan to my orginal CDR23 MOST setup. This is so that i can watch DVDs and listen to the sound through the cars original system. You can't just plug it in because there is no input to the OEM headunit and the amp is MOST (optical). I want to add it using a wired FM Modulator. This is NOT an FM Transmitter. The FM Modulator allows the sound from a multimedia system or any other audio source to be fed into the vehicles sound system via the radio tuner (ie the aerial input). http://www.raysmith.co.uk/product_info.php...;products_id=75 Seems simple, no? Can any one spot any problems/issues? The picture below isn't my car but it should show where i want to put the motorised (single DIN) screen. Thanks!
  3. Hmmm maybe i'm being an idiot. In the same way that you can connect an ipod to the OEM stereo setup through an FM Modulator (since there is no other input to the headunit), isn't possible to connect the audio output of a flip out screen (or anything in fact) in the same way. In that way i can watch a DVD and listen to it though the original setup. I've read thousands (almost) of posts about people wanting to add navigation etc to their original MOST setup, and, as PorscheFan says, there don't seem to be any simple, cost effective solutions. However, if you can add an ipod, why can't you add anything else?? :cheers:
  4. Hi all, I've got an 04 40th Anniversary 996 with the MOST Bose sound system but no PCM2. :( I'd love to add a flip out screen to replace CD storage (below the CD player and the AirCon) - initially just to watch the odd DVD but eventually to add sat-nav. As far as I can gather from searching previous posts, there aren't any units that can simply be put in and plugged in to the MOST Amp. Would it be possible to run the audio from the aftermarket unit though an FM modulator and into the aerial input on the CDR23? Is this possible?? I realise the sound wouldn't be upto the BOSE standard but (providing it worked) it wouldn't be that bad, would it? This is the only solution i can come up with since- a) PCM2 is too expensive to retro fit b ) I don't want to redo the whole system c) There is no other input to the system Any other suggestions would be gratefully received! Thanks in advance, James Editted to add... This is the sort of thing: http://www.renntech.org/forums/index.php?s...mp;hl=modulator
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