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For BMW car owners who require a good aftermarket gadget for entertainment in the car, the in-dash BMW Navigation DVD player multimedia system should be the best in car dvd navi replacement nowadays. Whether you have a BMW 3 series(E46 or E90 or F30), BMW 5 series E39, E70, F15 or BMW X5 E53, you can install a quality navigation DVD according to your BMW model.
The BMW navigation stereos are the most attractive head unit because of the desirable features of the BMW nav dvd which has the ability to play DVD movies or music on a large HD touch screen, and it's built-in GPS navigation system. We provide different customized models for different BMW car models. If you have a BMW E46, you can buy and install the BMW E46 navigation, while if your car is BMW X5 E53, you can choose the BMW X5 E53 DVD, if you don't know which bmw navigation system can fit your car, we can also help to check which head unit is compatible with your car.
> Yes, if you buy navigation unit from us, we will pre-install navigation maps for your country for free, our GPS maps are available nearly all over the world. If there's update for our free maps, we can send you a link to download it and send you upgrade instructions, upgrade is also free.
Download your choice of BMW Navigation software from this link: -bmw/navigation/9483-bmw-navigation-operating-system.html Unzip the contents of this file to a temporary folder using winzip or similar program. If required to use a CDKEY you can download it here. I think the CDKEY is only needed going from V16 to V22 on the MKIII Computers.
iDrive allows the driver (and, in some models, front-seat passengers) to control the climate (air conditioner and heater), audio system (radio and CD player), navigation system, and the communication system.
M-ASK stands for MMI Audio System controller and is manufactured by Becker. This is a limited version of the iDrive computer with a small 6.6" display and is only found on 5, 6 Series and the X5 or X6, without the navigation option.
In addition, it can be ordered as an option in Europe on the 1 Series and 3 Series as "Business navigation", which has basic navigation abilities. Early versions of the Business navigation could only display directional arrows, but the latest version can also display 2D maps. iDrive Business Navigation uses a different map DVD than iDrive Professional Navigation. In addition, as only one optical drive is available, one cannot use both navigation and listen to a CD simultaneously.
The design rationale of iDrive is to replace an array of controls for the above systems with an all-in-one unit. The controls necessary for vehicle control and safety, such as the headlights and turn signals, are still located in the immediate vicinity of the steering column. Since, in the rationale of the designers, the air conditioning, car audio, navigation and communication controls are not used equally often, they have been moved into a central location.
Starting in 2007, iDrive added programmable buttons (6 USA/Japan, 8 in Europe) to the dashboard, breaking tradition of having the entire system operated via the control knob. Each button can be programmed to instantly access any feature within iDrive (such as a particular navigation route, or one's favorite radio station). In addition, a dedicated AM/FM button, and a Mode button (to switch between entertainment sources) were added for North American-market vehicles.
Older versions of iDrive used a widescreen display that was split into a 2/3 main window, and 1/3 "Assistance Window". This allowed the driver to use a function or menu, while simultaneously maintaining secondary information. For example, if the driver was not in the Navigation menu, they could still see a map on the assistance window. Other information that could be displayed included navigation route directions and a trip computer. 2b1af7f3a8