|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|1st February 2019 19:31|
|flashy||Thanks Rick, gonna be a bit of trial and error|
|1st February 2019 18:51|
I fitted a Kenwood double din in my EP3 years ago, the problem you have is the hole is not big enough to house a double din flush with the bezel fitted. I got round this by using a belt sander to shave a few mm of the to and bottom of the double din bezel trim so this then fitted nice and flush.
Only problem is I am not sure if you can buy the head unit bezel trims separate so you only get one chance at this! Just to add I fitted mine oem style in the hole without the silver trim panel you have in the pictures.
|1st February 2019 18:37|
|flashy||I know mate, I wanted something that was simple but had some decent features and sound. Ticked the boxes for me|
|1st February 2019 18:02|
|tricky70||Good choice, a change from the usual touch screen units.|
|1st February 2019 16:43|
|29th January 2019 08:52|
|flashy||Ordered the PC2 kit with fascia panel, brackets, lead and aerial adapter. Just need to get a DD now|
|29th January 2019 06:53|
|flashy||Excellent, thanks guys|
|28th January 2019 23:39|
Double DIN headunits sizes can vary slightly, the aperture in the EP3 is large enough not to worry.
The EP3 Type-R requires a harness adapter, either Autoleads PC2-68-4 or Connects2 CT20HD02 will do. No steering wheel controls to worry about.
Depending on the headunit you chose you may also need an aerial adapter and maybe a DAB antenna.
Here are a couple of more vids.
|28th January 2019 10:15|
Check this video, i know it is a lhd, but might be useful.
|27th January 2019 23:37|
Double din for my Ep3 - a couple of questions
I'm looking at putting a double din in my Ep3, but I need to ask a couple of questions for those with a bit more knowledge of the subject.
Are all double dins a standard size? Basically, how do I find out which ones are compatible with my car?
Are they plug and play or will I need something other than just the head unit?
Recommendations? Been looking at Sony or Pioneer.