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I was looking on ebay for some Acura Parts and i came across the i-VES. It retails for $1400 at the Acura dealer but you can get it online for 1200-1300. Im looking for a DVD player for my 2004 Acura TSX. If you've seen the pictures of the i-VES, they show it right behind the sunroof for viewing from the backseats. I was wondering if it would be possible to take out the domelight unit and replace it with the i-VES. This would make it visible from the front seats and also you could be playing it while driving. I don't haul alot of people around so i am usually with one other person in my car. I am looking to connect a DVD player to it as well as a gaming system. Let me know your thoughts.
 

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roflcopter said:
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This would make it visible from the front seats and also you could be playing it while driving. I don't haul alot of people around so i am usually with one other person in my car. I am looking to connect a DVD player to it as well as a gaming system. Let me know your thoughts.
erh, are you saying you intend to watch DVD while driving ?
 

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Yeah im going to stare right at it... No. It's so that the person in the passenger seat along with everyone else in the car can see it. If you read i said that i wanted to connect a gaming system to it. I don't want to get in the back seat of my car to play a game. Think before you speak.
 

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Think before you speak.
Wow a little harsh. I think the members of this board are nice.

In theory you could do that, IMO would not be the smartest idea, but that is up to you. It would be illegal of course.

Do you have navi in your car? Then you could consider doing it on your navi screen using the system from avelectronic.com... many of the people on this board have used it, including myself. You can hookup your gaming sys to it...
 
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