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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by capa, Aug 9, 2010.

  1. capa

    capa Newbie
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  2. nfotiu

    nfotiu Member

    I'm sure it would. I do find it annoying that the video out does not support wide screen though.
  3. Silverlithium

    Silverlithium Lurker

    I have the same receiver and have been wondering the same thing. Please post and let us know if it works if you decide to try it.
  4. necosino

    necosino Android Expert

    There's no reason for it not to work. As long as a tv accepts a North American, European, or Japanese signal, it will work. I'm not sure about other formats.
  5. capa

    capa Newbie
    Thread Starter

    This will be the first thing I try when I get it installed. I'm going to run a female to male RCA extension to the glove box so I can still use the TV out cable. I'll let you know how it works out.
  6. jikhead

    jikhead Android Expert

  7. malice

    malice Well-Known Member

    May I make a suggestion? For 100 less I installed a AVIC-F700BT. It has nav already. Flashed it to a full rom with 3.1 update from avic411.com. F700BT has Bluetooth, CD, USB, SD, NAV, Video In....Might be worth checking out.

    Oh found that deal on Ebay. Used in good shape. Just had to buy some cables for it.
  8. capa

    capa Newbie
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    thanks! that's exactly what I was looking for

    Not really in the market for a used receiver. Thanks for the heads up though.
  9. 02 Incredible

    02 Incredible Newbie

    hey, capa,

    i'm not familiar with that particular deck, but i have an alpine iva d310 in dash monitor/receiver that has the standard left (white)/right (red)/ video (yellow) inputs (component?) like most tv's and i am able to view exactly what is on my DrInc's screen on my monitor.

    altho the resolution isn't as good as on the phone, the nav is quite useable/viewable on the 7" screen and the voice turn-by-turn comes thru my stereo speakers as well.

    my only disappointment is with the calling feature. when i first got my phone, i had a component cable from my old mp3 that i plugged into the headphone jack (3.5mm) and i was able to get any/all audio information from the phone (mp3/wmv/pandora/mlb, etc.) thru the stereo as well as make/receive calls using the phone's microphone.

    with the tv out cable, i can't seem to make calls other than holding the phone to my ear. i haven't tried my BT earpiece.
  10. capa

    capa Newbie
    Thread Starter

    they need to just make an av receiver with android that syncs with phones.. maybe one day.
  11. hockeyman316

    hockeyman316 Newbie

    I know this post is a little old, but figured I would throw in my 2c. I just installed the official HTC audio/video cable into my pioneer avic f900bt. I hooked it into the back of the stereo, and use the car charger to keep my incredible's battery from drainng. It is working GREAT so far!!! The only thing I have no idea about is all the different video settings when you first plug it in.....but I have only been using it a few days. I will have to consult HTC's website to find a manual for my phone so I can figure it out. The really funny thing about it, is that it shows even your home screen, so when I play angry birds, you can see it on the dash. Made me laugh ;)

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