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Old 01-22-2013, 10:33 AM   #15
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We prefer the TV vs. another cabinet up front.
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Old 01-22-2013, 11:34 AM   #16
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No. Just go into the settings of your radio and send the signal to the front tv. I can't remember the exact steps from the menu but if you play with it you'll find it. You'll also have to remove the relay the tv is plugged into that prevents the tv from powering up when the ignition is turned on. If you haven't already done so, it's the little black box the tv is plugged into in the overhead right adjacent to the front tv.
Thanks TerryO....appreciate the info.
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We have a 2012 42RBQ with the front TV. We use it once in awhile to watch tv but use it all the time with the navigation. Much better having the navigation on a large screen than the little squinter.
One more question TerryO...does the small screen and the tv work at the same time or tv only?
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One more question TerryO...does the small screen and the tv work at the same time or tv only?
Yep, but I find that even though the TV screen is up and over it's still easier to see than the small screen when you're driving.
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Yep, but I find that even though the TV screen is up and over it's still easier to see than the small screen when you're driving.
True. Would say though that once I found the adjustment functionality on the small screen, changing the tilt and brightness of the small screen made a big difference on the usability of the small screen. That said, viewing anything on the front when driving suggests a distraction. And if I just want to listen (i.e. driving while a sports activity is on), I can turn on the mid-ship for the sound.
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