Aux In jungties įrengimas grotuvams, kurie gamykliškai neturi šios galimybės, neprarandant kasetės ar kitų funkcijų.
Aux In installation without disabling Tape or any other functions for radios without original Aux In.
Bavsound - Dynavin - BMW E46 3 Series Installation - Part 1/2
Purchase the Dynavin Install Toolkit here:
Part 1/2: This video walks you through the entire process of installing a
Dynavin Head Unit / Navigation / Multimedia Device in your E46 3 Series BMW
('99-05). The process is fairly straightforward and should take even a
novice approximately an hour or two from start to finish!
Sorry we didn't film the relocation into the AC Controls slot. It's a
direct fit on other cars and almost a direct fit on E46, but if you want
it to be 100% factory you'll need a climate control trim piece available
from the dealer. In this install we did not use the factory piece and it
worked quit well. e46 is the only model that uses the OEM part and it's
Please visit our site www.bavsound.com for more information. . .
Using Your iPod or iPhone in Your BMW / Mini - DUO / Mediabridge.mov
http://www.bavsound.com/ | This video demonstrates the functionality of the
DICE iPod/iPhone integration kit in a 3 Series E46 BMW (functionality is
the same in other models such as the E39 5 Series, E36 3 Series, X5, Z3,
E38 7 Series). You can now listen to your entire music collection in your
BMW or Mini!
BMW E46 Cruise control and steering wheel retrofit DIY
BMW E46 DIY Retrofit steering wheel with cruise control (MFL)
M47N (M47TU) 2004 320d
56 pin connector (new upgrade version) facelift
I wanted to share this video with all you who wants to retrofit a stearing
wheel with cruise control. Follow the steps and you should be able to DIY.
This Video does not not cover M47 and engines before 2001/9. The plug in
the DDE is a 40 pin on those models.
You need a lot of tools for this job, but most are common to a DIY
BMW e46 325ci Auxiliary Input (fixed)
Problem Fixed. The software version for this radio is 41. It needs to be 43
in order to work with Aux Input (Says software version on a sticker on
back, found out the hard way that the year the car was made, doesn't always
reflect a model that will work). Had to buy another CD player. Also, the
red cable is the antenna and I ended up not using it with the new unit.
USA-Spec PA12-BMW Integrated iPod Review Part 1
My Review of this wonderful device on my 2001 BMW 330i with an upgraded
02/2006 Alpine CD53 Head Unit.
This USA-Spec is installed with the BMW Sirius Receiver and a integrated
Bluetooth system and everything is working perfect.
I give it 5 out of 5 stars!
This USA-Spec is installed in a E46 that has the factory gen 1 BMW Sirius
Receiver and an integrated Bluetooth system and everything is working
perfectly in harmony.
Key Points Of Review:
-Kit Quality; The USA-Spec get high marks for this. Everything is either
aluminum metal for the body or high grade tough rubber for the cables.
-Playlist Features; The USA-Spec will fall short in this department for two
types of people. The first are those folks who tend to carry tons of
Playlists in their iPods and second are those that don't use Playlists at
all and organize song playback by artist or album.
The USA-Spec reads from BMW1 thru BMW5 Playlist that the user creates
beforehand or the USA-Spec will read the first 5 playlist stored on the
iPod. It is a Playlist dependent device. But I like this feature because it
is clean, 100% bug free, functional, easy to use and quick.
-Connecting the iPod and iPod Storage ideas in a BMW E46: ipod connection
is quick and I love that the Spec starts playback from where you left off
with the iPod. So literally you can leave your car for months with your
iPod then comeback to your car and the USA-Spec will return to playing the
song you last heard.
-Sound quality; Was the biggest treat of this kit. It is superb on my stock
HK system! The USA-Spec is very generous with the Bass so having Donkey
Kong bass in the trunk feeding off your iPod is still an option with the
-Ease of use; Very easy. I had the DICE 1st gen in my car for a day or two
and I didn't like how complex the features were. I use my iPod for
primarily 2 Playlists: New Music and Podcasts with other minor Playlists
dedicated to my favorites in various genres from R&B and Jazz to Rock,
Electronica, HipHop, etc...
The DICE when it worked required too much setting up for me inside the car
(in organizing Artists/Albums/etc....).
The USA-Spec, once you have your Playlists pre-managed and set up on your
computer, your iPod is plug and play.
-Any bugs or issues; After a week of heavy use they were none with the kit.
During the video review's many outtakes I realized that the iPod itself did
not like being constantly plugged in and out from the car (about 20 times
in the space of 40 minutes) but it didn't freeze up, mess with the car or
required any major battery or dealership reset. The iPod only turned itself
off to the apple screen and turned back on.
-Cost; I got my kit for only $90-something bucks new off eBay an dthe
prices of these are around the low $100s. For what you get I think that is
a great bargain. Plus if you don't like it, sell it back on eBay because
the unit has strong resale value because it is a good kit.
I totally recommend this kit for anyone who, like me, wants to get in their
car, plug in iPod, press play and drive. I don't like speck docks or cables
and cradles in my way, nor do I like managing copious amounts of playlists
and ways of playing my music on the fly. With the USA-Spec you do it all at
the computer so you don't really have to do it in the car. Plus with the
RCA AUX-in adding HD radio, Aftermarket Sirius or another source of music
in the car is easy to do.