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#1 (permalink) Old 04-24-2004, 08:13 PM
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Can anyone assit me in modifying the NAV system components to enable DVD movies to be played on the navigation display in a 2003 M5.

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I havent seen anything that will allow this as of yet. at this time it still seems as though your best option is to go through http://nav-tv.com or http://tvonnav.com
and install a video module and an aftermarket sutomobile DVD player. if any1 has a better idea please chime in.

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those types of things are the only way i have heard to get dvd on the factory screens as well

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Thanks I appreciate the info.

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haha yah i've tried that too, i put a dvd in there thinking it would work but yeah that shit didnt. thx for the vid module link..
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