spielburg99 at gmail.com
Mon Sep 2 08:15:20 NZST 2013
Google Translate, or there is an app you can use to take a photo, then ask
it for translation. Might be useful.
But you will also need a band expander, as NZ runs from about 86fm to 110fm
or something like that.
Japanese car radios run on 70 fm to about 90 fm.
So you tend to miss out on a lot of stations.
On Sat, Aug 31, 2013 at 12:58 PM, Max Badran <badran at gmail.com> wrote:
> How about just adding an android tablet and connecting the audio jack to
> the car's AUX in. Simple and easy to upgrade later on with minimal
> modifications to the car.
> It can be mounted over the existing system.
> On 31/08/13 08:20, Jaco van der Merwe - Workshop Enterprises Ltd. wrote:
> > We (or rather, my wife) recently bought a new vehicle (Wingroad -
> > "side-graded") & though the car is pretty sweet, everything is in
> > Japanese of course.
> > So of course I'd like to consider hacking it - or at the very least the
> > radio system.
> > I'm considering building a CarPuter - based on a RasPi or CubieBoard.
> > 2 issues stick out - getting the docco's in English to ref the specs
> > ($60 from jpnz.co.nz) & sourcing a suitable 7" LCD touchscreen.
> > Does anyone have experience with this?
> > Might I just be better off buying a new unit?
> > Needs to meet WAF.
> > - J
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