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New Quattroporte Sound System!!! Only one in the world!!

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Well I just had a customer Jack Wilson (Shortstop for the Pirates) let me have his QP for long enough to do the research to do the sound system the right way. We were able to take the stock radio's RGB output and run it into an aftermarket Alpine screen, So now if needed he can hit the bottom left button of the touchscreen and flip back and four between the Maserati screen, and the Alpine screen (if he needs to change any settings) Other than that It an alpine V-hub system with the added convenience of the alpine touchscreen, also added was a rear screen with buit in DVD for the Kids, and some major Wattage from JL amps and speakers, enjoy!

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That Alpine unit is way outdated. It interfaces the car through the NAV-TV MASVIM kit. Thia gives you audio video input through the TV button. Hmm that line sounds familiar.
If that's outdated, what is the modern method?
The Alpine vehicle hub and Hub Pro were just modules for attaching Alpine peripherals. They have audio/video out which is fed to the NIT via the Nav-Tv module. I used these quite a few years ago then switched over to the Kenwood carportal with touch screen overlay. Unfortunately, that is now obsolete. As of right now, there is not a comparable replacement.I've been working on this for some time and hope to have something soon.:thumbsup:
I thought that Alpine unit provided its LCD screen and somehow the signals from the NIT was sent to that LCD screen instead of the factory LCD screen. Whereas the NAVTV kit retained the factory screen and allowed 3rd party AV signals to go through to the factory LCD?

Has there been any new developments in this arena since then?

How do you control the analog clock?

What is cost of unit that will do radio/Sirius and NAV?
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