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Old 12-04-2012, 06:39 PM   #21
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If you have a 2012-2013 then yes. 2011 and below will not require any adapter
Ah...freakin' gay man. Can't we just stick with a standard? I got the new AVH-X3500BHS on the way. Looks to function similarly to the 8400.
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If you have a 2012-2013 then yes. 2011 and below will not require any adapter
Just installed my new Pioneer today (to my 2012) and did NOT require an adapter to plug factory antenna connection to it.

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Just installed the Pioneer 8400BH. I must say this receiver is awesome. The picture quality is great and it is very user friendly.
Did you notice more static on the standard FM stations? I put in my AVH-X3500BHS yesterday, and the non-HD stations seem to crackle with static. I noticed the same thing when I put a Kenwood in my old Sonoma. I don't know if aftermarket radios are more sensitive or what, but its kind of irritating. The HD stations don't have that problem.
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I however do not suggest the CD-201S cable unless you plan on using the GPS while only being able to listen to your IPOD (no pandora or radio) at the same time. it is great for the person that wants to just play with there APPS on the screen of their radio. also it does not work with the relay bypass. you must create an inline switch to get past it.
I'm assuming you're talking about the p-brake bypass? If so how did you switch it to enable the functionality? Interested because I was planning on getting an iPhone next upgrade to use GPS apps.
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Scosche vs Metra

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Oh and just for future reference, here is my scosche kit:

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I was just wondering why the Scosche is better than the Metra? I got the Metra for free from Crutchfield, but will buy the Scosche if it really is better.
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