I think my only option right now is to use the speaker high level outputs to a Bit Ten or similar processor. Or i have to wait for PAC to come out with a 2014 compatible audio interface. Thanks for the info.The 2014s have an all new electrical architecture, so no none of the PAC adapters work. There are currently no aftermarket upgrades you can perform on the A/V system of the 2014s. You're stuck with what you got.
Any updates on your install, curious about the C2A-CHY23.So, I just ordered this and I am planning to install it on my 2014 Overland with the 8.4N. I will have the four rca full range signals from the PAC into the 3Sixty.3, from there into the JL XD 700/5 and RF P400-4. The JL will power the JL Stealthbox and run the Hertz HSK 165 components active for my front stage. The RF will run the Hertz ESK 165 coaxials in the back doors. However, I am not sure what to do with the center channel in the dash. I ordered a pair of Hertz ESK 87 3.5 coaxials. But, I'm thinking that I'll probably need to leave it connected to the factory amp so I can have the phone and navigation work, right?
Is this what you did?
Glad to hear everything worked out. I keep hearing good things about the 3sixty and might consider one for my install.I actually decided not to use it. I completed the install this weekend. Used high level inputs from OEM amp into 3sixty using front doors, tweeters, center channel, back doors, and sub. I ended up with a good amount of floor noise that ill have to take care of. Overall the sound detail, volume, and depth is in a different level all together from the factorynOEM. Just amazing. I also have to develop a special EQ for the factory CD player as the sound reproduction from that source sounds very different than the iPod and factory Bluetooth. Also the Nav voice and phone voice are somewhat muddied and play at a lower volume now, probably because of EQ; So a lot of adjustments still to do; but overall impressed with the upgrade.