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Old 6th December 2006, 16:58   #1
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Default Sat Nav BMW TV Tuner Info

Info on 4:3/ 16:9 BMW TV Tuner compatibility

http://www.xoutpost.com/143132-post7.html

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Old 6th December 2006, 17:45   #2
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Default Really really useful (ICE) info

Using DeeCees above as an example, same rules as in the Tech Forum, info in this thread are for ICE links here only not, help how do I do... etc etc post a thread for that please

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Old 6th December 2006, 18:01   #3
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Default A Supplier for Hi-Line nav retrofit cables

A Supplier for Hi-Line Nav cabling Looms, from Arjan they will custom make them if required to suit the hardware being installed, different Radio no TV etc.

http://www.kufatec.de/

actual link here
http://shop.kufatec.de/product_info....t.html/cat/126

If you have a later car with ISO connectors you will need one like this as well



A supplier

http://cgi.ebay.de/Anschlusskabel-Ra...QQcmdZViewItem

plenty available and they also do the individual socket and pins
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Old 6th December 2006, 18:16   #4
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Default Hi-Line Service Mode

High line/navigation
The service mode for the harmony head unit is accessed by switching ‘on’ the radio unit using the
right hand rotary control and within eight seconds press and hold the left hand side of the
'TRAFFIC' button for a minimum of eight seconds. Using the radio seek up/tape forward button (>)
select the required option from the list in the display. From there you can change the settings in
the list below.
1. Displays the serial number.
2. Displays the software version.
3. Displays the AVC setting in a range from GAL 1 to GAL 6. (default value is GAL 1 the
remaining numbers, GAL 2 to GAL 6, are used to provide differing levels of output). Selecting
the levels is done by pressing the station preset buttons one to six.
4. Displays the frequency, programme service (PS) name, field strength, field quality and
programme information (PI), it is possible to check out each of the preset stations by using
the appropriate preset buttons and the frequency selector button (AM/FM button). The field
strength is shown as F—, where F00 is the weakest signal and F15 being the strongest signal.
The quality is shown as Q—, with Q00 being the lowest quality and Q15 being the best quality.
5. Displays the seek level as either a one or a two. This is adjusted using preset buttons one and
two.
6. Displays the TP volume. This can be adjusted using preset buttons one and two to adjust the
TP volume between –9 and +9.
To exit service mode switch the unit 'off'.
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Old 8th December 2006, 16:59   #5
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Default Hi-Line CD Changer Pinout info

Hi-Line CD Changer Pinout info


Left and Right Audio, a Ground Wire, a +12V Wire and a connection to the K-Bus.

Pin 8 Ground
Pin 10 +12V
Pin 5 K-Bus
Pin 1 & 2 are one audio pair and pin 6 & 7 the other, wiring diagram does not indicate which is Left and Right though

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Old 15th December 2006, 14:12   #6
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Default MP3 Changer and interface for Hi-Line Nav cars

MP3 Changer and interface for Hi-Line Nav cars

Is your German any good?
http://www.acvgmbh.de/c-quence/
and
http://www.acvgmbh.de/c-quence/cd_mp...nce_einbau.pdf
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Old 27th December 2006, 09:31   #7
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Default Denison Products to replace the CD changer

From XPF
"As far as I was aware - the following work fine on the High Line +Nav from Dension:

Ice Link Plus - ILPRBP8CR1 - IPOD only
Gateway 300 - GW3RBP8001 (any MP3 player)
Gateway 400 - GW4RBP8001 (any MP3 + keep your CD changer)

http://www.dension.com/main.htm"

The Gateway device looks very interesting especially if coupled to a USB HDD
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Just been looking for Glass mount FM aerials and got side tracked like you do.

How about this for a non offset dual or single din adapter?
http://www.bluespot.co.uk/install/show_model.asp?id=225
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Default Some Dab info

Some Dab info
http://www.mmsa.org.uk/guides/car_au...tal_radio.html

I did not realise a different aerial was required
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A reminder guys info threads are for you all to post titbits of info but not really suitable for subsequent discussion or related questions unless correcting a mistake otherwise the value of the thread may be lost

If something warrants a question please start a new thread and if appropriate link to the post here as part of that thread
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