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Old 09-22-2009, 12:39 PM   #1
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OEM Nav system demo

A few people have emailed from time to time asking what various screens etc will look like on the OEM Nav unit. This thread is just a sampling of pictures of the various screens of the system.

Here are some pics...


Full screen Nav:



Split screen Nav:



Split screen Nav while getting directions:



Full screen nav with Perspective mode:



Bluetooth address book:



Bluetooth dialing menu:



CD player split screen:



OEM Aux input full screen:



OEM Aux input split screen:



OEM Sirius full screen:



OEM Sirius full screen category search:




OEM Sirius split screen:



Intravee II iPod full screen:



Intravee II iPod split screen:



Radio split screen



Reverse camera (using NavTV module):

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Old 10-13-2009, 07:41 AM   #2
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Thanks for going through the trouble of posting this. I wanted to see what the sat radio looked like.
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This is on an E46? Sna77 when did you DIY-Retrofit a Nav Unit?
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Old 11-02-2009, 08:41 PM   #4
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This is on an E46? Sna77 when did you DIY-Retrofit a Nav Unit?
In my wife's 2004 325xi a few months ago:
http://forum.e46fanatics.com/showthread.php?t=671857
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Your wife listens to Howard Stern?!
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Old 11-21-2009, 07:34 PM   #6
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Your wife listens to Howard Stern?!
She does...

But lets be honest, this is for me... We often take her car when we do the Boston --> NJ drive to see the in-laws, and of course, I drive... Which means I need a few number of necessities in order to drive in comfort: M3 wheel, radar detector, Sirius, ipod connectivity, Bluetooth & Nav.
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Noob question

what is Sirius?
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http://www.sirius.com/
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Steve,
I just got the Nav kit and I am looking to DIY all this over the week.

It's depressing to think you can spend $1,000+ on something and just to get
iPod and Bluetooth you need to spend another $1000.

Imagine if BMW made Running Shoes: $100 for the shoes, $200 for the insoles, $300 for shoe laces, $500 for socks.
You see how the logic for OEM NAv retrofit is so....illogical!

Anyway, the sheer joy of "doing" this DIY retrofit project is what makes every penny worth it.

At the end of the day I may be able to say I did it...and that is priceless.
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