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KRIDER

Maliview Video Format

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KRIDER

We just purchased a 2011 Malibu 23 lsv and am curious to play videos on the maliview from my iPhone what format and what is needed to play movies on the maliview screen?

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Fman

We just purchased a 2011 Malibu 23 lsv and am curious to play videos on the maliview from my iPhone what format and what is needed to play movies on the maliview screen?

Krider

Nooooooooo!, no video games, facebook, twitter or phones on the boat! Family time!

Just kidding... we have yet to use the video capability, and I hope we never play a video game on it!

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sp0tts

I didn't order the Rockford Stereo or Black Box on my boat, so I can't tell you if that system will look for a specific format. I can tell you we have been able to get anything my friend can show on his iPhone screen on my Maliview. We've been able to use the phone's camera with live video, stream video from Youtube and Xfinity, and show a DJ app from an iPad with a cable similar to this:http://www.amazon.com/composite-video-tv-rca-cable-iPhone/dp/B005F2YDXI/ref=sr_1_14?ie=UTF8&qid=1331484252&sr=8-14 plugged in under the dash and the audio fed into my WS-420... The way we had everything running, the Maliview basically operated like a TV with different video inputs...

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nyryan2001

Get the 50$ iPhone/USB cable from Walmart. They have and apple version and a knockoff version. Bottom line is it hooks Into the bottom of your iPhone, has a USB cord for the power and the 3 RCAs .... The yellow RCA goes straight I to the video feed. The red and white RCAs need an adapter to reduce into your 3.5mm headphone jack input. The USB hooks Into your USB Plug for the power. Works great, you can stream Netflix and watch movies for kids for long days out on the lake.

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