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Sooo clean!! I've gotta get one of those!
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It sounds amazing too, i love it :)

Im buying one for my car now.. ill never go back to single din cd players ever again lol
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Haha join the club! I will never own a single din again, either stock or double.
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wow looks clean like it came from the factory, but seriously is that the best dvd you could pop in there lmao?
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looks great
im helping some one hook up theirs in a ranger and the e-brake wire is a easy kill but his has a wire that has to be tapped into the reverse indicator wire????? any one else have that and if so how and did you bypass it?
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Haha join the club! I will never own a single din again, either stock or double.
Haha same here. Things just aren't the same once you buy a double din. Double dins have ruined me for other headunits. LOL
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Sick I cant wait to install my DNX5140, grounding the ebrake wire hard? I know it sounds dumb but not 100% on what to do.
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for some reason on my dvd player that wire if connected to a ground does nothing... once i hook up the ebrake wire to a 12v source it works so i have to find a wire to tap in to with a switched 12v source. :(
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Don't worry mine is the same way. I've never tried tapping it into a 12v source though. May have to do that tomorrow.
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May just buy the harness to bypass all that instead of rewiring it.
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Don't worry mine is the same way. I've never tried tapping it into a 12v source though. May have to do that tomorrow.
Your bypass doesn't work? Mine works perfectly, I'm running the hardware and software bypass though.
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I never did it haha. Actually, I'll have tons of time today to mess with it. I'll go out and do the bypass.
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Oh haha, the software bypass is pretty easy to do and you don't have to mess with wires. You can find it on avic411.com
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Well I just did the bypass. Wish me luck. Chris, good luck with your headunit. I hope you like it.
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how does that bypass software work? would it work on my clarion :-D
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how does that bypass software work?
Trent's the one to talk to about that one. I have no idea. I just tried the hardwire bypass on mine and it def did NOT work. I'm thinking it's the fact that my mute wire isn't hooked to anything though.
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Where does that triangle piece of the install kit go?
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It's supposed to go on the bottom of the headunit so that the headunit slides onto this "rail" that's behind the dash to support it. I didn't put mine in though.
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Ahhh that makes since now.
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I installed that triangle thing on the back of my dvd player cuz this dude at the audio place, where i bought my install kit, told me that with that support bracket it will save the life of your DVD player. so i listened to him :-O
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I don't see how. But mine isn't a DVD player so I'm not sure.
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thanks for the call dbag.. hah

I want to play with it/watch it, I just got a deck but I really want a DVD player.. how much was it?
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Dude we will hang out on sunday :-P

i got mine from amazon.com for 300shipped but you can get the same deck for 260shipped if you went the ebay route. pretty dang cheap if you ask me :)
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how does that bypass software work? would it work on my clarion :-D
The one I'm referring to is a Pioneer Avic only one. Clarion might have one but I don't know anything about it.
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