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Chasazim



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Australia 2004 Range Rover Vogue 4.4 V8 Epsom Green
Eonon GA 7210 android system.

Hello, just a quick question for you smart guys, can i fit the Eonon GA7201 head unit in my 2004 L322 Vogue 4.4 petrol, when i contacted the site.they told me they do not manufacture a model that will fit the.Range Rover, i see some have fitted the Eonon 6201 so i was wondering if.the 7201 is the same because they no longer make the 6201. Also if thhere are any extras that are needed such as.the.extension lead to.reach the.boot.
Thanks for any replys.

Post #447590 12th Aug 2017 11:22am
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bobsin



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2004 Range Rover Vogue Td6 Epsom Green

Hi, I have the GA6201 in my 2004 TD6, The difference between the two models is the android system, 6.0 vs 5.1. So i would say there would be no problem. You will need the long lead. got mine off ebay. Eonon also told me they do not do a unit for the RR, but you are driving a BMW in essence, electrically anyway... Mine is all good, sounds great working with the DSP, Phone operation via bluetooth is seamless and works perfectly. I should say, if you have the HSE type system, that is no screen in dash, fitting is basically a straight swap and you will not need the long lead as the plugs required would be in the dash, not the boot, as with a DSP based system...












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Covbandit



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United Kingdom 2003 Range Rover Vogue 4.4 V8 Oslo Blue

Hi I have been going through pages and pages of bmw e39 installs hoping to find a straightforward swap for my l322. Mine is an 03 with dsp, does the extension and install allow the dsp amp to work plug and play or does it need hard wiring in/old unit left connected in dash. If interested I also found an ibus connector that allows you to view your on board computer through the android, not too sure how yet as more of a spanners man than technology but if you could help with the dsp?
Here is the link to the ibus thing, it may make more sense to someone else but would be nice to keep that side too

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bobsin



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hi, the old unit fits sweet in the glovebox once you remove the redundant cd changer. the cable even reaches, so easy to do. no cutting, you need the old head to keep the dsp awake. you also keep the other functions , clock set, mpg, timers e.t.c. stick it in there and forget it. then the long cable connects new head to your dsp in back, no cutting, remember to connect the aerial lead too, part of the long lead. the stuff in the boot is the easiest bit...














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Covbandit



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United Kingdom 2003 Range Rover Vogue 4.4 V8 Oslo Blue

Great stuff thankyou. Finally an install that retains factory wiring and looks great. Time to get saving. Cant sell my screen anyway as half the pixels are gone and still be able to reset clock and trips. Its a win win win.

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Gold Ranger



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United Kingdom 2004 Range Rover Vogue Td6 Ipanema Sand

i think i am going to go down this route as it will be cheaper than having my box upgraded to get digital tv and radio which i probably wont use - but would use the usb interface

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Gold Ranger



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United Kingdom 2004 Range Rover Vogue Td6 Ipanema Sand

bobsin - one question - running the long cable , does the seat have to come out to run it front to back ? either passenger or drivers? - cheers

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Joe90



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England 2002 Range Rover HSE Td6 Alveston Red

You should be able to feed it along the channels under the kick plates / carpets, then up into the rear wheel arch cover (inside). You may have to release the B pillar cover for good measure. 


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Gold Ranger



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United Kingdom 2004 Range Rover Vogue Td6 Ipanema Sand

thanks for the reply joe

for many years i use to fit - car stereos - amps - car alarms - hands free phone kits and its fun practically taking the car apart just to run / hide the cables but not done that stuff for a while

im guessing as bobsin said remove cd changer - replace with existing headunit so it can run the dsp in the boot - fit new head unit in place in dash - run cable and test


and afterwards my cd changer and sat nav unit will be surplus to requirements


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Covbandit



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United Kingdom 2003 Range Rover Vogue 4.4 V8 Oslo Blue

Thats the way l see it, this method was done a while back but with the use of a parrot lead. Also its worth considering running some rcas down with the lead in case you want to add a sub at a later stage. Will be going for one once l have sorted out some surplus cash and l can justify it to the other half lol. Plus l woyld imagine you can also get rid of the tv tuner amd phone modules too as they wont be needed either.

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bobsin



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Hi again, I managed the cable run down passenger side, exactly as Joe90 said, just raise passenger seat to max height, it is tight, but it will fit. Roll rear seat forward for easy access over rear wheel arch, then you are there, wasn't a problem. Running extra RCA leads is a good idea, for any future use, but as regards the subwoofer, my OEM standard sub runs fine off the dsp, more than enough power in standard guise, sound is transformed. Next for me is a reverse camera, (pesky privacy glass fitted new). i do know i need to buy the camera from Eonon,, think it is a PAL type, will hide it above number plate under upper tailgate, or more probably up under rear roof spoiler. connections are there, built into long lead, shame not to use them...

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Gold Ranger



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United Kingdom 2004 Range Rover Vogue Td6 Ipanema Sand

thanks bobsin - this will be my next job after ive had the car remapped - bills - bills - bills lol

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