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Old 10-29-2006, 04:13 PM
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Pioneer AVIC N1

Hey guys first time here posting. I just picked up the Pioneer AVIC N1 Nav/DVD Deck. I was talking to a few ppl and they where saying it is possible to accutally have the DVD working while driving and not just only when your parked. They said something about relaying it or something. I thought id ask this here cause i know you guys have the most knowledge in Car Audio.

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Old 10-29-2006, 04:35 PM
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I've got a Kenwood Excelon DVD player in my car. All that was required on mine was to ground the parking switch relay wire. On my deck it was green or brown colored and I just twisted it with the ground wire and grounded both. And it runs without having to activate the parking brake. Hope this helps.

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thxs ill give that a try.
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You realize that what you are asking to do is highly dangerous and infact illegal?
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oh yeah, damnit i forgot about that. Nvm then, can a mod close the thread.
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Originally Posted by MR2NR
You realize that what you are asking to do is highly dangerous and infact illegal?
I may also be illegal for a shop to tell you how to break the law.

Apart from the law. I had the exact same unit for a while. And did just what you did.. It was VERY VERY distracting to drive while watching! DO NOT DO IT! Scared me so much that I removed the bypass so that I could NEVER drive with the video on.
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Very distracting, especially at night on the highway watching ****. That's a no no. Just joking, but seriously it can get you into trouble.
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Originally Posted by 347strokin
Very distracting, especially at night on the highway watching ****. That's a no no. Just joking, but seriously it can get you into trouble.
Watching **** is another issues..Your car is not your private home. I people can see inside then you can also get nailed for showing **** in public etc. It has happened.
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Hahaha, that's so true, never thought of that, but I've honestly never watched **** in my car. Honestly...
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