why is this? i was in love with it when i put one in my accord.Chris_gog said:I will never put one in my car ever again
yep! MP3Car but they won't take kindly to easy questions that could be answered by utilizing the search button (much like here). I suggest just reading through the FAQ and Newbie sections. Plus just ask me anything i'll be more than happy to help youIs there a forum that specializes in such things?
The screen wasn't all that hard to make in photoshop. There already exists a skin for the front-end software FrodoPlayer called Brightlife2. I just pulled all the images into photoshop and did a full makeover to satisfy my color scheme and design i had in mind. Also, upon editting premade skins, you will need to change a handfull of stuff in the INI files included with the skins such as dimensions, locations of buttons, colors, links, images, etc. But pretty easy once you get the hang of it :2cool:Also how hard was it to make that main screen?
nope. i've searched. since OBD1 of course isn't universal, nobody from what i've found will provide funding to the people who know how to do such a thing to make a custom interface.I am sure someone makes one for OBDI
yes the daylight thing is a prob. but i have 5% tint around the back and 15% on the front and also a 15% visor on the windshield. i know i will be ok from experience.Cons - Seemed to go wrong all the time - had problems with certain power supplies - couldn't see screen in daylight
you just answered your own question. costs about $1500.stick said:why not just get an aftermarket navi system that plays MP3, CD R/RW, DVD R,etc.?
i saw an item in crutchfield catalog w/ a touchscreen navi system that is a double din and looks pretty nice but costs about $1500.
too plain/simple for my taste but would get the job done!starflyer said:
I'm currently using FrodoPlayer for the ol PC. it also shows album art/visualizations, shows all the track info you'd want including bitrate, etc...starflyer said:I like it because it shows album art, song info and super smooth transitions between menus.