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Old 08-20-2004, 12:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I HAVE MY BEEMER IPOD'ed out. It is HELLA SWEET! Amazing to have 3000 Songs at your fingertips... I give it a thumbs up

Full functional with steering wheel controls great sound and never ever have to use a CD again! I LOVE IT!!!

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Originally posted by Rattmaul@Aug 20 2004, 01:03 PM
I HAVE MY BEEMER IPOD'ed out. It is HELLA SWEET! Amazing to have 3000 Songs at your fingertips... I give it a thumbs up

Full functional with steering wheel controls great sound and never ever have to use a CD again! I LOVE IT!!!

CONGRATULATIONS!!!!





wait...im kidding :P
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Old 08-23-2004, 08:02 AM   #3 (permalink)
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NICE, but crappy UK BMW have decided they dont want to introduce the IPod service thingy in the UK so i am pissed ghead
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I was just playing with a much lesser system, but cool none the less. I stole my roomates iPod and iTrip RF blaster and went riding around. Very cool to have 4 gigs worth of music to choose from, but if the RF SQ wasn't bad enough, digitally compressed audio is enough to say no thanks. MP3, WMA, and the like are very conveinient, but they still sound like ass compared to a well mixed 16bit 44.1Khz (Redbook) CD.
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How hard would it be to add an I pod to a 2000 328?
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How hard would it be to add an I pod to a 2000 328?
In what capacity? If you mean like what I did, there is no installation, it's a wireless RF transmission to the car's FM tuner. If you mean like Rattmaul did, you can't. As far as I know, the only kits available, that allow you to use your oem controls are for 2003 cars and newer.
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