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Honda Civic, Navigation System, Coupe, Sedan
#14 of 34 Re: Civic navigation [barretthead]
Jul 08, 2007 (11:39 am)
Ok Thank you:) I am going to go ahead and get it. We moved 4 hours from "home" a year ago, and even though I have been back and forth several times I still have to have a map to get back. I have NO sense of direction what so ever lol! I am really looking forward to not having to call my husband and ask him how to get home lol
#15 of 34 Civic Navi XM w/ Aux
Jul 11, 2007 (3:04 pm)
I'm thinking about buying an '07 Civic EX w/ Navigation and factory XM radio. I'm trying to find out if the Aux input (as for an iPod) is available if you also have XM. When I see photos of the Navi controls I see a button for "CD/XM", but none for "Aux". Does anyone know first hand if you can have both XM and Aux with the Navi unit? Thanks.
#16 of 34 Re: Civic Navi XM w/ Aux [gavsrm]
Jul 12, 2007 (9:15 am)
You can have both. When you plug in an AUX source, a new soft button comes up that allows you to select AUX. I wanted to make sure this possible before I bought my civic, but I ultimately decided to opt for no navi since I didn't feel there was a significant benefit from having a factory installed navi vs. a garmin/tomtom etc.
#17 of 34 Re: Civic navigation [jessica_sehs]
Jul 12, 2007 (9:20 am)
While I felt the factory navi was competent, I didn't feel it had enough extra to justify it over a aftermarket unit. The two advantages I gave the factory installed unit were the voice control and the fact that it consolidated all of the functions of the car. But I felt the voice control was too awkward to use and the non-portability of an in-dash until didn't help my decision as I have to switch cars occasionally and I don't want to be left w/o my GPS if I need it.
In the end, I ended up with a Garmin Nuvi (which I love.) The only complaint I have about using aftermarket units in the Civic is that because of the severe slope of the windshield, it's hard to find a good place to mount the GPS w/o interfering w/ visibility and keeping it within arm's reach (it's a loooong way to the front of the dash.) I actually ended up mounting it in the cubby-hole right in front of the shifter, and that's been working great for me ever since.
#18 of 34 Re: Civic Navi XM w/ Aux [vviley]
Jul 12, 2007 (10:07 am)
That's exactly the info I was looking for on the Aux source. Thanks so much! So, are you happy with your Civic so far?
#19 of 34 Re: Civic Navi XM w/ Aux [gavsrm]
Jul 12, 2007 (1:07 pm)
While I'll never stop wanting bigger, better, and faster, I can definitely say I have no buyer's remorse here. I still look forward to driving it every chance I get.
#20 of 34 HCH Navigation modifications
Apr 15, 2008 (5:24 pm)
Has anyone modified their nav system? I did find in the manual the copyright for M$ - surprised the the startup logo isn't a M$ flag ... Would be nice if the system was Linux, with a dev kit. That way we could add a second row of (soft/programmable) radio buttons, or a menu of destinations, or bluetooth, or add a backup cam or ... . It's just, and don't get me wrong, my navi is nice, but... I wish the menu system was just a bit easier with a few more options.
#22 of 34 Re: HCH Navigation modifications [rv65]
Apr 24, 2008 (11:50 am)
Hmmm, my last 3 desktops came with "Windows" installed - only time those computers ever ran M$ was to prove the HW was working - 2 min and OverWrite with Linux.
"Linux will never happen" - Oh, that was the wrong thing to say - that's right in there with a triple dog dare.
#23 of 34 depth of voice commands for civic navigation??
May 01, 2008 (8:06 pm)
hi, i was wondering what the depth of the voice commands were other than like finding an address or ATM