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Old 12-13-2006, 06:28 AM
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Default RE: double din dvd player

The kits available for the cubby area are only for a single-din. To do that he would have to custom build it into the cubby. Here are a few links for reference. Wish I could help you more.
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Cubby Install Kit

EDIT: It depends on the unit for it to have a dvd player built in. Hes going to have to get a double din screen, not a flip out. A flip out will hit on the top not letting it fully tilt back. It will hit at the bottom of the A/C controls, and you won't be able to see the screen. He can install a DVD player in the glove box, or under it. Better then a DVD player is a modded xbox running Xbox Media Center (XBMC) it plays your libary of MP3s, any kind of video, pictures, and ofcourse games and DVDs. Click here for more info on XBMC. I had an xbox in my old car, and it was perfect for the car. There is also a project in development for navigation on the xbox. Only downside to the xbox is no touch screen support. Also here is a bit of info on what a modded xbox can do, and a bit of background info. CLICK HERE
 
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