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During SEMA 2009, SonicElectronx.com met with Pioneer to get a demo on their current flagship model. The AVIC-Z110BT features everything that anyone could want in a car stereo, including built-in Bluetooth, GPS navigation, iPod connectivity with advanced controls, AVIC-Feeds, voice guidance, voice control, and many more features! Watch and get a live demo about this incredible head-unit. Get Yours!: http://www.sonicelectronix.com/item_19741_Pioneer+AVIC-Z110BT.html 2009 SEMA Page: http://www.sonicelectronix.com/events/sema/2009/ Main Page: http://www.sonicelectronix.com/
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Here's a review/demo of the PAC Audio VCI-LPB2 Rearview Backup Camera. This is a rearview backup camera that's integrated into a license plate frame. The frame is made of stainless steel and is painted a glossy black. It is secured with 4 6mm bolts that need to be tightened from behind. The bolts are sit in a recessed cavity on the frame to prevent anyone from stealing it...unfortunately, it makes the installation a chore, depending on what kind of car you have. The video will cover: Overview of the features/specs, demo of it in daylight, and demo of it at night time. Here's the link to the product page on PAC Audio's website: http://www.pac-audio.com/productDetails.aspx?ProductId=831&CategoryID=34 I think this is a really good solution for those who don't want to fabricate or alter their vehicle to accommodate a rearview camera. The camera is pretty inconspicuous and tt also functions really well too.
Long videos FTMFW! This one is pretty lengthy but has a lot of good information in it. My build is moving along very quickly and I'm stoked about that. I ordered 50 feet of 1/0 and 17 feet of 1/0 ground wire this week and also 20 of each 0 gauge termination ends. Time to play with blowtorches and solder MWUAHAHA! I'm really stoked about how this head unit is now that's it's upgraded. The bluetooth works a lot better, the user interface eliminates unnecessary button presses, and the maps have been updated as well. One of my missions this week is to execute the bypass method correctly so the video can be seen and the navigation can be modified while driving. The little pin you have to get snug into the harness is a pain in the ass. Enjoy! Head Unit - Pioneer AVIC -Z120BT Amps - 1 Crescendo Audio 1000C4 (Mids and Highs) 1 Merlon Audio MEAM2000D (Subs) Subwoofers - 3 Merlin Audio M3 12's in ported tubes (for now) Mids and Highs - 4 6.5 inch Crescendo Audio CCX65 with 4 1 inch tweeters 4 Crescendo Audio CTS-1 1 inch tweeters TV's - 2 12.2 inch sunvisor LCD monitors 2 7 inch headrest LCD monitors i 10.2 inch rearview mirror LCD In dash 7 inch in AVIC -Z120BT Electrical - 2 Kinetik HS1400's 1 Kinetik HC2400 1 run of Cadence true zero gauge from battery to trunk Deadening - 47 sq feet of Audio Technix Alarm - Viper with remote start and window roll down module Rear Video - Pioneer backup camera Laptop - Acer Windows 7 Professional 4 GB RAM Pentium Dual Core Interconnect - Stinger pro series RCAs
http://www.soundmancaraudio.com http://www.FaceBook.com/soundmancaraudio.com This video Doug Bernards shows how to bypass the Pioneer Avic-Z1 Avic-Z2 and Avic-Z3 navigation unit. Visit our website to participate in our car audio forum.
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