do a search for the aai-nis. If you tap into the hu through any input but the AUX you can use the rear control.
baseballfanz or llajumpvid...
The beautiful thing with the aai-nis is it it can toggle power to the devices connected to it. So when you hit Sat 1 or Sat 2 it powers the coreesponding device.
I would love to use one.. but has anyone determined yet if the PAC Audio aai-nis will work with the non-bose stereo (one without the Sat button)?
The non Bose sytem does display XM (if you have the receiver installed) as you toggle through the settings with the radio button. But there is no external Sat button that I am guessing the Bose system has.
I have spoken to PAC and read their instruction sheet and they say to use the Sat button to operate the aai-nis. I also confirmed this with a local dealer of theirs so it appears I am SOL unless someone here has a different experience?
Another question since it looks I am SOL. How could I manually split the stock Aux input from behind the bezel? I would really like to have two audio aux inputs.. one for a Clarion Nice and another as a spare. Can you simply splice two sets of plugs into the the aux wiring from behind and have the device that is powered at the time use the Aux input? Are ther any two into one aux splitters already available? I want to use the factory DVD wiring as another input for a seperate DVD player and want to leave it free for now.
I am planning on removing the stock XM reciever and using the Clarion NICE which has a much better Sat radio interface with Sirius. The seperate DVD player's video out would go to the NICE A/V in and the DVD audio out to the stock DVD harness. Sound feasable?
TIA for any and all input!