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Hello! I have a 1999 BMW E39 that I'm currently planning an audio upgrade for but need some help with the head unit. I want a double din head unit with Apple CarPlay so I can use Google Maps on the head unit rather than my phone while listening to Spotify etc. The problem is that the E39 requires a shallow depth head unit as the air box gets in the way. I've found that the Alpine ILX-W650BT, Kenwood DMX7018DABS as well as the Kenwood Excelon DMX706S & DMX 7706S are shallow while having wired CarPlay. My question is if I've missed any other head units that I should
Hello! I have a BMW 523i E39 sedan that I think has the most basic sound system offered in the E39 which I want to upgrade. The stereo is currently always off as the stereo or antenna isn't working cause it can't get a good connection to any channel. The stereo also has the common E39 pixel problems and it lacks a way to connect the phone which I want to do. I'm therefor planning on upgrading the audio in the car. I would like to get a double din stereo with Apple Car Play which would allow me to use Google Maps along with playing music from my phone. This is my first car and
Hello All. I'm trying to tune my HeadUnit For all Speakers. I have aftermarket 2-Way speakers in all 4 Doors located at the Bottoms an 2 Tweeters on the Dash Left and Right Corners. My Question is what will I gain out of 6,12,18,24Octaves That's on my Unit? I have my Sub set at 90Hz, I'm Not fully Understanding the Octaves as to what they are really doing Could Someone Please explain Knowledge into this topic? Thanks.