I would have offered to buy one for you and ship but I recently used their rebate and I don't qualify any longer....jaak said:Ahh too bad, for free I would have gone for one. But I don't live in the U.S. so I don't qualify!:bonk:
First thought (you know me, after all...) was what would it take to hack and not use their interface!
Why wouldn't this be compatible with the Bose system? The only thing unique to the head unit in a Bose system is the way the head unit processes the audio signal to the Bose amp (output levels, volume curve, etc..).Gonzo said:Too bad it would connect up to the Bose system... or would it?
Not necessarily. You can buy adaptors to connect the XM-Direct unit to many radios. There is no adaptor for a Murano at this time though. I run mine through my carputer via a home made serial cable and tune it using a freely available software.jaak said:
Plus I'd need another Murano! (Not such a bad idea...)
Hey, major OT, but it's my understanding I wouldn't have to photoshop it. But here's the problem...njjoe said:jaak-
I think you should PhotoShop it and have the needle reading 250 kph. That will get people asking questions. :2:
LOL!!! I was just thinking about the shifter earlier today! I've got a Senior Director in next week, so I've got some prep work, but next weekend's clear...zebelkhan said:jaak,
now that you have XMD1000, maybe you can help me with something.
On my way home I sometimes listen to different channels on the XM and I have found that on some channels I always have reception (20,21), but on some others (150, 151) they always cut out when I get to hilly areas. The cut-out always happen on the same portion of the road too. Don't they (XM) broadcast all of the stations from the same satellites and with the same power? Why is the reception different from one band to the next?
Thanks in advance.
I've been looking for the Nissan/Infiniti adapter all day... is there one out there?Well to bring it back on topic, I understand there's an adapter for the XMD1000 XMDirect module, coming out for Chrysler/Dodge cars. I wish someone would do it for Nissan/Infinitis... You could have XM for a little over $100 (or a heck of a lot less) integrated in, instead of being burned by Nissan for three times that.