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Old 06-15-2014, 06:45 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Reduces significantly, but not completely. Another forum member told me his Pioneer attenuates as well.
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Isn't it a bit expensive using a Pioneer headunit?

Wouldn't it be better to install a Android tablet for the half of the price and get a lot of more functionality?

The pioneer system does look nice, but still. not many functions compared.
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Just trying to eliminate the problem.
Why not press mute on the sony unit and see if it is the same on steering controls.
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I have a cheap Chinese double din unit (Eonon)

Has sat-nav, BT CD Player, can connect your ipod iphone (lead supplied) USB etc.

Also comes with an SD card pre-loaded with AU & NZ maps.

Reversing camera included.

Works with steering wheel controls (no expensive adapters needed)

All this for +/- $300 AU delivered to my door in less than 48 hours!

Probably not as good as Alpine (my favorite) Sony etc, but for $300.....

Had mine for a year with no problems.

Also has a motorised screen, which is incredibly useful when the sun hassles the screen. Has about 6 different angle settings.
I have a 2011 Suzuki GV with a similar EinCar 6.2 double din head unit and used a Metra 70-1721 harness adapter to connect to the EinCar HU harness using soldered connections and heat shrink tubing.

How did you connect your steering wheel controls without an expensive adapter such as an Axxess ASWC-1 made by Metra? My EinCar HU has a Green in yellow wire for steering wheel control key 1 and a Red in White wire for steering wheel control key 2 with following manufacturers note (only connect when car has two positive signal wires).

Which wire(s) do I use and where do I connect it/them? I was thinking to use the Green in yellow wire for control key 1 and connect it to the factory harness pin #19. Would this work or what was your successful solution? Thank you!
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