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Old 05-04-2011, 07:02 AM
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Excursion DVD conversion

Was anyone changed the Excursions OEM DVD player to one that will also plays Blueray disks? I still want everything to work like stock.
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Old 05-13-2011, 08:50 AM
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???? Anyone ????
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Old 05-23-2011, 02:31 PM
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Why do you want to play blurays on a 7" screen? It would be much cheaper to buy some software to convert your blurays to dvd.
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Old 05-23-2011, 04:00 PM
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Yah, you got a point there. LOL
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I've got a related question. Has anyone found a way to get an iPod input for the wife and I to listen to, for instance, an audio book going down the highway while the kids watch a movie in the backseat?

I can put an iPod into the Aux RCA jacks in the DVD player, but can't select that to play while the DVD plays for the kids.

I checked the "USA Spec" option, but it won't work with my unit.

I want to keep my steering wheel controls active as well.
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You could go the route I did and just replace the DvD system completely...

Video system going in!
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I've got a related question. Has anyone found a way to get an iPod input for the wife and I to listen to, for instance, an audio book going down the highway while the kids watch a movie in the backseat?

I can put an iPod into the Aux RCA jacks in the DVD player, but can't select that to play while the DVD plays for the kids.

I checked the "USA Spec" option, but it won't work with my unit.

I want to keep my steering wheel controls active as well.
your only option is to use an FM transmitter. They are a PITA.
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