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Old 09-25-2005, 09:45 AM   #1
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Default 350Z stock Navigation system

I am about to buy a brand new stock navigation system for my Z for $500 do you guys know if there is an input so I can adda PlayStaionII so I can play DVDs or not, and do you guys think i'll have a proplem installing it on my enthusiast model???
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Old 09-25-2005, 09:49 AM   #2
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Been here over 2 years and haven't seen anyone install OEM Nav! BTW, you can't play a playstation or watch DVD's!
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Old 09-25-2005, 10:08 AM   #3
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So you dont really recommend it then?

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Been here over 2 years and haven't seen anyone install OEM Nav! BTW, you can't play a playstation or watch DVD's!
+1 on installing a stock nav you are better with aftermarket
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So you dont really recommend it then?

NO, buy aftermarket!
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Buy the Alpine Iva d310, it has nav, dvd, mp2, input for any videogames, cd and bunch of other stuff ! I have one, and it is amazing, 10 times better than oem Nav!!
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ive always heard that you can get an adapter that you can use to play dvd's with any oem navi system. this came from a guy who installs mobile electronics for a living
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I recently swapped a oem nav unit from one z to another.... Lots of wire work - involves cutting wiring harnessand splicing many wires. And unless you intent to take the screen apart and add the plugs in yourself - no playing dvd's or playstation on stock unit.
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Here you go:

Option 1: http://www.nav-tv.com/index02.htm
Option 2: http://www.autoall.com/navigation-converter.htm

These two are very simple interfaces, the second one requiring splicing of four wires. They will allow for a number of A/V inputs, so you can choose what you want to add to the factory navi.

Moral: Anything can be done if you are patient, loaded, and do the research.

Would I go through all this if I were you? No. I would just get a double-DIN aftermarket Nav/DVD unit. Would I do this to my Z when it arrives? Yes, as I will be getting the OEM nav (love in GUI and additional features too much; personal choice).
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I looked into the site http://www.tvandnav2go.com and their unit is a plug and play feature, for $225.
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i've installed a modded xbox onto my stock navigation. it is possible and fairly easy to do. there is about $250 in parts you will need though, ie. inverter, video interface and modulator. that and another $250-300 in parts to mod an xbox. ive copied and saved every dvd that i own to my xbox.

if your getting it brand new for $500 then it might be worth it from a cost stand point. but im sure the install wont be easy since a lot of its features tie into car functions.
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