Not quite edgar... The H/K system adds an H/K Multi-channel DSP Amp and H/K speakers to the normal BOOST headunit. Work well sounds good looks inconspicuous ...edgar said:Do I see this right, is the Radio Boost a product from Harman/Kardon? Sounds good to me!
What? I have no clue what that means. The other MP3 thread in this thread describes all the functions of the new '05 HU, as well as how to make folders for the HU.Cooper S Works said:and if you put mp3 files in folders called BMW1, BMW2, BMW3, etc... then you can use your CD buttons.
what he was trying to say was that if you named the folders BMW1, BMW2, etc. that you could use the 1-5 buttons on the radio to change between those folders directly.steebo777 said:What? I have no clue what that means. The other MP3 thread in this thread describes all the functions of the new '05 HU, as well as how to make folders for the HU.
I think the amount of folders would be practically unlimited. If there is a limit it might be 255 folders as some other systems have that as an upper limit. I've played several MP3 CD-Rs now and the only problem is with no ID3 tags I can't always see what folder I'm on till I've played a track.eeney said:Thanks for all the info here guys.
I've just burnt and successfully tested my first mp3 CD , with 8 albums on one CD, who needs a CD changer