|Today 01:30 AM|
Did you do the install yourself or did you take it to someone else to do? How much did it all cost you?
|12-06-2013 12:03 PM|
But the Philips unit is £185 !! $250 ? Same as non branded - or unknown brands. ordered one to give it a go !!
Not interested in DVD function in front of car - have that in the back -but phillips made the first Mass portable CD players .. ?
|12-03-2013 09:16 PM|
A bit pricey, I got this one New Hyundai Santa Fe Navigation | 6.2 LCD Touchscreen Monitor | Hyundai DVD Player and works like a charm!
|12-03-2013 01:46 PM|
Philips 0ption ?
Found this unit from a UK source.
Philips CED1800BT - Wavetech Online Store
Not known for uk car stereo here, but popular in the Southern hemisphere.
Was upgrading my standard unit om my SF 2008.(with tape deck !)
Any views ?
Shop say I can load nav maps of various kinds on the unit....?
|10-23-2013 12:05 PM|
2) You can rewire the USB port near the cig lighter to one of the USB inputs on the unit. See the pinout diags at Hyundai tech info. Alternatively, you can rewire it to the Ipod input, if that is what you use.
3) The Nav software and maps reside on the SD card, so pull that and update the maps whenever you please.
|10-23-2013 10:34 AM|
A question about those units in general....
(I read abpout the same in a BMW).
1) Does it give the chance to install an external mic? /The built-n one often has interferences).
2) The USB input near the cigarette lighter remains unusable? Or at least... allows to charge any USB device?
I know the unit has its own USB port, but I want to know.
3)Map update through usb card?
|10-01-2013 10:54 PM|
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|09-26-2013 12:04 PM|
The thing that I miss most on my (UK spec, 2007 2.2 CRTD CDX+) Santa Fe Radio is the RDS features.
I see that many of the replacement units advertise RDS functionality, but the pictures don't really show it in action (they prefer to show off the flashy features like reverse cameras, DVD and iPod control). RDS has a lot of useful features but the three I miss the most are (paraphrased from wikipedia):
AF (alternative frequencies)
This allows a receiver to re-tune to a different frequency providing the same station when the first signal becomes too weak (e.g., when moving out of range).
EON (enhanced other networks)
Allows the receiver to monitor other networks or stations for traffic programmes, and automatically temporarily tune into that station.
PS (programme service)
This is simply an eight-character static display that represents the call letters or station identity name. Most RDS capable receivers display this information and, if the station is stored in the receiver's presets, will cache this information with the frequency and other details associated with that preset.
I have read the 126 pages of this thread, (admittedly skim read in parts so apologies if I have missed it) and Googled about, but I have yet to find any evidence as to whether these functions, in particular EON, are supported. My daily commute has a frequency change halfway on my usual radio station, and so I have to retune at least twice every day to and from work so AF is missed. The stretch of motorway I use also has regular hold ups and EON is very useful in identifying if I may have to use one of my alternative routes. And PS helps to tell as a glance in EON has selected an appropriate travel update (or an irrelevant one from miles away that I can ignore).
Can anyone advise if these features are available on any of the head units being discussed, and if they are well implemented?
(N.B. I am UK based - I'm not sure if these features are used in other countries)
|06-17-2013 12:11 PM|
HOW TO CONNECT FACTORY-REAR-DVD (roof-mount) to Front Unit
I've been trying to look through many posts on this forum ... but still can't seem to find the answer:
I have a 2007 Santa-fe CDX+7 with factory fit rear roof-mount DVD (Veba I think) together with the factory-fit optional DNX5220BT front unit.
The two don't appear to be linked! (I don't think) i.e. I can't appear to be able to play a DVD on the front unit and send video A/V to the rear screen (or vice-versa).
The rear unit appears to have multiple aux-in (aux1, aux2) with one set of aux on the back of the unit presumably for aux2?
I've tried playing a DVD in the back unit ... plays fine - but can't see / hear on the front unit. I've also tried playing DVD on the front unir ... plays fine - can hear of course - but can't see anything on the rear screen!
Tried switching / playing with all the AUX options etc.
Is the factory option combination missing the A/V send from front to back?
PLEASE HELP - SOMEONE! Thanks.
|06-15-2013 03:09 AM|
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