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I might be able to help you with this. The Addzest Navigation system you have is similar to the Clarion NAX9500E. I have some bits off an Addzest NVA9400F and I bought a second-hand Clarion NAX9500E sat nav system. I have pdf's of the Clarion system that would enable you to get yours running. I was able to get my Addzest system running but it is all in Japanese and I don't think you can change the language unless you know more than me. I hit the reset button but still in Japanes. That's why I got the Clarion system instead and salvaged some of the Addzest leads. My email is email@example.com if you want me to email you the user and wiring intructions for the similar Clarion Navigation unit. It is a pitty that I wasn't able to use the Addzest navigation system but hopefully I can still use the 7" monitor.
If you still have the Addzest equipment I was wondering if you would sell me the lead that connects the 7" monitor to the Navigation sytems as I wanted to use that it as a rear monitor.
Hope to hear from you on what you decide as I haven't had much luck finding a lead for my monitor as the Clarion one is the same size but different pin configeration
Actually I made a follow just last night to robotek (Australia). Unfortunately nothing to report. You might be interested to view yourself the discussion and pls feel free to join the Lounge discussion here on a possible source of an Australian version of the SatNav/TV. Incidentally, roboteks email address is likewise posted there should you wish to send him additional information/request.
what make/model is the vehicle? most in car monitors have a setup menu with language options that should be accessible from the remote control or front panel. if you can get into the setup menu look for an icon that has a person speaking or multiple lines of text in various languages, select it and you should have an english setting under it if the monitor's controller is equipped with the english language data.
I've just received an in car GPS system, and video/audio player from Japan. I live in Barbados, and I dont speak or understand japanese It is a Pioneer Carrozzeria AVIC-T1(CPN1800). I plugged my DVD player to it but ilke the previous writer, I am getting audio but not video. Can you give eny information concerning how I might remedy this.