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Hello all,
2003 RR HSE - 147,000 miles
I would like to upgrade my "entertainment" screen (I have seen it referenced as a sat/nav screen, radio screen, etc.). It currently still works fine, but I would like to upgrade it to a more modern look. I do not use the navigation aspect of the system, only the radio and the CD player (no back up cameras or anything extra installed).
Also, not as technically/ electronically sound as many of you on here, so I am looking for something that is plug-and-play; I don't want to splice wires or have to use any adapters (sorry if that sounds bad, I really am not sure what I would be dealing with), just something that uses the current wiring in place and works - feel free to let me know if they don't make anything like that, or if there is something that requires very minimal work.

I have read through threads all day about people completely redoing their entertainment system on the L322, but I have had trouble finding just a simple upgrade to the current system in place. If I missed a thread detailing this, please just point me in the direction.

Thanks all,
 

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I have an Eonon GA9301B, A0577 wiring harness and A0119 backup camera on order, for a total of $314.

rattler1975 did a great write up of his installation of an Eonon GA9201A. My head unit is the same except for the chip set.

This is his write up: https://www.rangerovers.net/forum/6-range-rover-mark-iii-l322/317810-2004-range-rover-l322-stereo-upgrade.html

The main reason for me changing is to get hands free Bluetooth, streaming Bluetooth, and a backup camera. I don't think your CD changer interfaces, but you will have a USB port to use thumb drives with .mp3 files and you can stream music off of your phone.
 

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I did come across that thread but that is a little more than I was looking to do.
I was more looking to see if anyone had come across a screen/monitor that could plug directly into the wiring that is already in place - without having to refit anything or rewiring. This may be asking too much but I figured it was worth asking
 
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