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Old 28th April 2006, 13:41   #1
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I have booked Sequoia Red Indigo SX and am due to get delivery on this Sunday.

It comes with factory fitter VCD player. I want to upgrade to DVD player. But the showroom guy is telling me any change in wiring will void the warranty.

Is there any compatible DVD player that I can fit without changing the wiring?

Any help is appreciated..

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Old 28th April 2006, 14:48   #2
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I dont any difference. What wiring did he say needs to be changed. I assume you will be using the same headrest screens with the DVD player as the VCD player would.

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Old 28th April 2006, 14:53   #3
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Hi! check this site and other electronic companies indian sites like www.sony.co.in, www.panasonic.com,Pioneer, alpine etc to find out compatible dvd player. it should not be problem as u get connectors for every thing
http://dvselectronics.com/
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Would the present HU support a DVD changer?
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wasnt it a dvd player installed?

Its stupid of tata to give a vcd player when they have been outdated.
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yea i have an indigo sx & realy couldn't figure why they put a vcd player in there. even pirated vcd's are a little hard to find, everythings on dvd now. i had asked for a dvd upgrade option while buyin the car but they said thats not available. & the vcd decoder circuit is built into the HU, so theres little you can do to get it to play dvd's besides changing the HU iteslf.
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They are modifying an Audio CD HU toplay VCD files. That cannot be done with DVD's. Therefore an IN dash DVD would roughly increase TATA's cost 6 times. You can change the HU supplied to DVD. As long as you dont CUT any wires, your warranty will be intact.
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yo get this Pioneer DVH P5850 MP. Think its 16K on grey.
http://www.pioneeraus.com.au/car_ent...0mp/index.html
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