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Old 12-10-2004, 04:27 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello,

I would like a hard-drive based mp3 player for my new M3, ipod is a great choice that has wheel control (the most critical feature for me). Is there any other player that is capable of playing video (with a video out) on to my TV at home and has wheel control support for the car ?

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Not that I'm aware of, Mike

BMW is ahead of the curve with the fact that they support iPod interfaces, you should feel lucky to have that
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Thanks, but actually I don't feel so lucky and BMW is not so ahead of the curve because the same capabilities are supported by a third party solution, icelink ...

But thanks for your input
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Aftermarket ALWAYS leads oem, that's not what I'm talking about

To my knowledge: Chevy, Ford, Chrysler, Nissan, Toyota, Mercedes, and several other automakers do not offer such compatibilities with icelink products. Only a handful of car manufacturers allow the dension adaptors to work [BMW, VW, Audi]. I'm sure that Dension would like integration capabilities with all cars, but don't have the ability at the current

That's definitely ahead of the curve

What did you have in mind anyways?
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