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Old 01-03-2013, 10:18 AM
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Hi guys i wanted to know what i need to do get my nexus 7 to replace my mygig head unit..what do i need as far as wiring do i need a new amp or any other hardware to make happen ? i do want to keep stock speakers
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The easiest thing to do is get a new single din radio, either mounted in the glovebox or I've seen them where the ashtray/seat heater controls are. Make sure it has bluetooth so you can play music from the tablet. All you need to do is wire that radio to your factory system just like you would any other radio. Thats what will get the signal/power to your speakers. Then you can listen to cd/am/fm/tablet and make phone calls
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The easiest thing to do is get a new single din radio, either mounted in the glovebox or I've seen them where the ashtray/seat heater controls are. Make sure it has bluetooth so you can play music from the tablet. All you need to do is wire that radio to your factory system just like you would any other radio. Thats what will get the signal/power to your speakers. Then you can listen to cd/am/fm/tablet and make phone calls
^ This...or you can use a sound processor...watch some episodes of soundman on youtube that should give you some ideas too
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thanks for info guys ..
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The easiest thing to do is get a new single din radio, either mounted in the glovebox or I've seen them where the ashtray/seat heater controls are. Make sure it has bluetooth so you can play music from the tablet. All you need to do is wire that radio to your factory system just like you would any other radio. Thats what will get the signal/power to your speakers. Then you can listen to cd/am/fm/tablet and make phone calls
i think im going to go with your suggestion its cheaper then buying a processor
the only problem is where to put the unit..
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^ This...or you can use a sound processor...watch some episodes of soundman on youtube that should give you some ideas too
sound processors are expensive i've seen what they use(audison one) it goes for like
500 to 600$$ but if i had the dough i would def go for it..i think it would've a
cleaner install
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Nexus 7

Heres what mine looks like with nexus 7 as head unit installed






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that looks aswome .do you keep in there or is it removable ??? and how are getting sound to the speakers???
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