03-07-07, 03:13 AM
:rant2: The Export model CTS have TV tuners on the Nav units. Is there a way we can tap into this on our vehicles.
Why would the Chinese get to watch TV on their Navigation units and we can't?:tisk:
Part Number 15840015 Description Tuner Assembly-Video
03-07-07, 03:50 AM
They probably dont care about safety like the U.S. does. Its a cool feature...but really there are a lot of drivers out on the road that cant drive for s#!t - imagine how they would be with the ability to watch tv. Anyhow, i would like the option to watch tv.
03-07-07, 08:52 AM
It would only work while stopped, because it can't get the signal when moving. So for all those "i'll bypass it. YOU CAN'T"
03-07-07, 09:48 AM
Different tech for mobile TV (primarily cellphones and PMP type devices) is available in parts of asia and europe;DMB-? something or other that is not broadcast in the US anyway . . .
would not currently work here.
I looked into this a while ago... I was told that it's a no go, as the TV tuner module is in the PAL format only, and will not work with NTSC (US broadcast system).
03-07-07, 10:48 AM
Thanks, It was worth a shot anyways!
03-07-07, 11:41 AM
Might want to check with:
They have solutions for lots of cars, though I'm not sure if the CTS-V is one of them.
03-07-07, 09:18 PM
I just sent them an email. Hopefully they have one. That would save me from having to buy the AVIC-Z1
03-07-07, 09:58 PM
For anyone wanting to know, here is the response I got from TVandNav2go
The mod for that car is $450 and will give you 2 video inputs 1 for dvd
and 1 for backup camera. Feel free to call us at 718-763-7367.
The Tony Show
03-07-07, 10:00 PM
I can watch Heroes and drive at the same time? Awesome!
03-07-07, 10:28 PM
Yes Sir! I record Heroes three times. Twice in HD, then the 3rd on my computer. Save the Cheerleader!!