E46 Television

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  1. Merli

    Merli gplus.to/merli OT Supporter

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    Just a couple of questions :)

    Does it switch the TV off when the car starts moving, or can you watch TV whilst the car is in motion?

    If it switches off, is there a "fix" for this that's commonly known?

    How hard is it to hook up a DVD player to the monitor?

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    Merli gplus.to/merli OT Supporter

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    Sorry for not being clearer...

    I'm talking about the standard "On-board Monitor with TV" that comes with the 330ci/M3

    I think the "TV tuner" is standard with the Monitor on the 330/M3 here in Australia, and the navi is the optional addition, but I may be wrong...
     
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    This one :big grin:

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    You're right here. Unfortunately for me this is a non-US option. I believe that you cannot watch TV while the car is in motion but I have heard of a fix. There is a company here in the US that makes a system that allows US peeps to use the tuner you have and to use an external DVD player. They are called TVonNAV. You should be able to find some relevant info from them.
     
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    Thank you very much cg, that answers my questions PERFECTLY! :bigthumb: :bowdown:
     

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