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Date:         Sat, 19 Feb 2011 21:24:48 -0500
Reply-To:     Mike S <mikes@FLATSURFACE.COM>
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From:         Mike S <mikes@FLATSURFACE.COM>
Subject:      Re: IPAD and Vanagon
Comments: To: tim <h2oboxer@OPTONLINE.NET>
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At 04:57 PM 2/19/2011, tim wrote... >Does anyone have any experience with any of the IPAD mounting systems >that are available?

I'm guessing you mean iPod. You said both iPad and iPod at different points.

I got an iPod compatible head unit and interface for ~$150 (Panasonic CQ-C5303U) a few years ago. Cable goes to the glove box. It even tilts the display when on, which makes it easier to see/control (given how low they're mounted in a Vanagon), and has a remote, which is convenient when camping. I pick playlists from the head unit controls, because the interface isn't very good for selecting from lots of artists/albums/etc. There are certainly better ones available now. No iPod or mount visible, so there's no tempting a smash and grab.

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