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Old 19 Jan 2010, 09:38 am
Niels Eliasen
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Default Replacement for CR-V radio(with NAV)?

Hi
Anyone would recommend a replacement for the original OEM radio
that's default in the 2007- CR-V ??

I'm frustrated that I cannot get displayed/choose using the steering wheel..
using a Kensington LiquidAUX does work... but I do not looking away from the
road to choose the songs that I want to hear....

Alternatively a solution that will allow me to use the standard OEM radio
and my iPhone/iPod

regards
niels

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Old 19 Jan 2010, 10:36 am
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Default Re: Replacement for CR-V radio(with NAV)?

"Niels Eliasen" <nse_remove_this@delfi-konsult.com> wrote in message
news:4b55c3ec$0$36561$edfadb0f@dtext01.news.tele.d k...
> Hi
> Anyone would recommend a replacement for the original OEM radio
> that's default in the 2007- CR-V ??
>
> I'm frustrated that I cannot get displayed/choose using the steering
> wheel..
> using a Kensington LiquidAUX does work... but I do not looking away from
> the
> road to choose the songs that I want to hear....
>
> Alternatively a solution that will allow me to use the standard OEM radio
> and my iPhone/iPod



You'd have to double check the fit for a CRV, but if it's double din like my
Accord and Odyssey, for XMas I changed out my wife's radio in the Odyssey
for the Clarion CX609 (was on sale for $250) plus the adapter for hooking it
up to the built in steering wheel controls. iPod/iPhone plugs into a USB
port using the standard Apple cable and it works great. Also has Bluetooth
to mute the radio and work as a speakerphone.

I got it through Crutchfield. They include the wiring harness and in the
case of the Odyssey a mounting kit (which I would not need if I put one in
my '01 Accord).

http://www.crutchfield.com/p_020CX60...9.html?tp=5684

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Old 19 Jan 2010, 10:42 am
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Default Re: Replacement for CR-V radio(with NAV)?

Seth <seth_lermanNOSPAM@hotmail.com> skrev 2010-01-19:
> "Niels Eliasen" <nse_remove_this@delfi-konsult.com> wrote in message
> news:4b55c3ec$0$36561$edfadb0f@dtext01.news.tele.d k...
>> Hi
>> Anyone would recommend a replacement for the original OEM radio
>> that's default in the 2007- CR-V ??
>>
>> I'm frustrated that I cannot get displayed/choose using the steering
>> wheel..
>> using a Kensington LiquidAUX does work... but I do not looking away from
>> the
>> road to choose the songs that I want to hear....
>>
>> Alternatively a solution that will allow me to use the standard OEM radio
>> and my iPhone/iPod

>
>
> You'd have to double check the fit for a CRV, but if it's double din like my
> Accord and Odyssey, for XMas I changed out my wife's radio in the Odyssey
> for the Clarion CX609 (was on sale for $250) plus the adapter for hooking it
> up to the built in steering wheel controls. iPod/iPhone plugs into a USB
> port using the standard Apple cable and it works great. Also has Bluetooth
> to mute the radio and work as a speakerphone.
>
> I got it through Crutchfield. They include the wiring harness and in the
> case of the Odyssey a mounting kit (which I would not need if I put one in
> my '01 Accord).
>
> http://www.crutchfield.com/p_020CX60...9.html?tp=5684
>


sounds great... but what about the rear-camera ??

regards
niels

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Old 19 Jan 2010, 11:10 am
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Default Re: Replacement for CR-V radio(with NAV)?

"Niels Eliasen" <nse_remove_this@delfi-konsult.com> wrote in message
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> Seth <seth_lermanNOSPAM@hotmail.com> skrev 2010-01-19:
>> "Niels Eliasen" <nse_remove_this@delfi-konsult.com> wrote in message
>> news:4b55c3ec$0$36561$edfadb0f@dtext01.news.tele.d k...
>>> Hi
>>> Anyone would recommend a replacement for the original OEM radio
>>> that's default in the 2007- CR-V ??
>>>
>>> I'm frustrated that I cannot get displayed/choose using the steering
>>> wheel..
>>> using a Kensington LiquidAUX does work... but I do not looking away from
>>> the
>>> road to choose the songs that I want to hear....
>>>
>>> Alternatively a solution that will allow me to use the standard OEM
>>> radio
>>> and my iPhone/iPod

>>
>>
>> You'd have to double check the fit for a CRV, but if it's double din like
>> my
>> Accord and Odyssey, for XMas I changed out my wife's radio in the Odyssey
>> for the Clarion CX609 (was on sale for $250) plus the adapter for hooking
>> it
>> up to the built in steering wheel controls. iPod/iPhone plugs into a USB
>> port using the standard Apple cable and it works great. Also has
>> Bluetooth
>> to mute the radio and work as a speakerphone.
>>
>> I got it through Crutchfield. They include the wiring harness and in the
>> case of the Odyssey a mounting kit (which I would not need if I put one
>> in
>> my '01 Accord).
>>
>> http://www.crutchfield.com/p_020CX60...9.html?tp=5684

>
> sounds great... but what about the rear-camera ??



I'm mean. I make her use the mirrors...

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