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Old 04-19-2004, 11:16 AM   #1
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Custom emitter-less PAC-SWIX woohoo......

So my installer decided to tackle the issue of emitter install location and reliability in certain light conditions by modifying my IVA-D900 and the PAC SWIX unit.

Alpine's steering wheel control interface (uses a mini-plug into the back of the H/U) apparantly diables the use of the infra-red sensor for the remote so that was out of the question remote has way t omany options to sacrifice just to be able to change tracks and volume with the steering wheel controls.

So what he did was modify the PAC emitter by splicing a mini-plug onto it and modifying the circuitry in the back of the D900 so I have full use of the steering wheel controls AND the Alpine remote.
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So my installer decided to tackle the issue of emitter install location and reliability in certain light conditions by modifying my IVA-D900 and the PAC SWIX unit.

Alpine's steering wheel control interface (uses a mini-plug into the back of the H/U) apparantly diables the use of the infra-red sensor for the remote so that was out of the question remote has way t omany options to sacrifice just to be able to change tracks and volume with the steering wheel controls.

So what he did was modify the PAC emitter by splicing a mini-plug onto it and modifying the circuitry in the back of the D900 so I have full use of the steering wheel controls AND the Alpine remote.
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Old 04-20-2004, 04:25 PM   #4
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sorry guys I wasn't there when he completed it.
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