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Old 09-04-2012, 12:18 PM   #1
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Any one give me a tip on where I can locate the power limiter for the front TV?

I would like to make a mod so that we might be able to listen to Sat Radio via our in motion Dish Sat system while traveling.
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You want it to run when the key is on?
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Old 09-04-2012, 03:13 PM   #4
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To listen to sat radio while driving..... Use the home theater system in the compartment to the right

Way better sound, Way way better sound.

If you do not have one then if you have a LINE IN on the daah radio you can use it (just feed the Red and White lines down the A pillar)

Or you can re-transmit (Same leads to an I-Beam or simular fm adapter)

Or you can add an AUX IN to the Dash radio.

Or you can add a small stereo (Shelf type) from Best buy and feed it.

Lots of options which do not involve the TV and most all of them give better sound.
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I take it you know that's a big NoNo and could get you a nice ticket
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