The Sound Group II with NAV does work with ID3 tags.....version 1 that is. LOTHP, if your mp3 ripper is placing ID3 tags onto your mp3s, it might not be displaying the tag because they're version 2 (ID3v2). I highly recommend ID3-Tag-It http://www.id3-tagit.de/english/index.htm. Great ID3 tag editor and it's FREEWARE!! It allows you to remove ID3v2, convert ID3v2 to ID3v1, or manually punch in gobs of info. Or dig into the options of your mp3 ripper and "turn off" the ID3v2 capability. If you're downloading music, use ID3 Tag-ItOriginally posted by LOTHP
The MP3 funcionality is built into the 6 Disk In Dash changer. Throw a normal CD-R burned with 200 or so Mp3s in there, and it allows you to browse the folders on the disk, and the subfolders within those. From there it shows you the file name, and track name. The random button works across the loaded Mp3 disk only. It does not work with ID3 tags it seems, so make sure your Mp3's are named correctly.
BlitzSafe is working on a CD Changer input that will allow you to plug in an AUX source such as an iPod or Minidisk player to the stock head unit. I spoke with them this week.
Yep. I noticed it a while back. Annoys the heck out of me. I have to look at filenames all the time, instead of song title and artist.catchMEifUcan said:Any one notice that if you punch "INFO" to display the song title and then next track starts, it flips to "file" again.
Or is it just me?