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Old 01-07-2013, 12:46 AM
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I just viewed the 3 videos about the radio, this one explains it quite well
http://www.crutchfield.com/S-m8k1aFb...T.html?tp=5684

looking through the Overview it reads
Add navigation and more
you can add a rear-view camera to the receiver's cam input — it'll make backing up in tight spots a lot easier and safer, too.

DVDs play through on the radios screen

Before you purchase that radio, i would call their Tech Support to make sure that the radio Will work in our Rams & the High Speed Bus system

It also looks like some things that you may want, like satellite XM radio have an extra charge of $50 for a module
but then again, if you were to buy the stock radio that i mentioned, you would need to buy a separate module for the Bluetooth

By the way, the AVH-P2400BT is a double din radio, so you would need to trim some metal brace in your Ram, but several members have done that modification
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