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    CarFrontEnd Creator iamgnat's Avatar
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    Can we get Links to the AMP threads added in the initial post under the Front End section? I think it has enough features and a good following to qualify

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    CarFrontEnd (now it's own sub-forum!!!!)

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    can someone update all these links? it has been quite awhile, and most of the supposedly active sites or links are gone, replaced by much better programs and accessories.. i will completely update the list as long as it will be stickied..

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    I went through and updated the dead link i could find, and added a few other links.
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    Thumbs up GPS Link

    Hi

    Fairly new but looking good GPS software for the mac:-

    http://www.routebuddy.com/

    Colin

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    Might be time to update this Sticky.

    AMP is now dead, MediaCentral is alive but not very user friendly (IMHO), iTheater and CenterStage are still in their infancy and show no real signs of maturing, Apple's FrontRow works extremely well, if somewhat limiting - but - it can be enhanced with Voice Commands etc.

    Parallels Desktop and VMWare Beta are worth mentioning as well as TinyXP to run a decent GPS app. OSX GPS software is non-existent. RouteBuddy for OSX sucks (I bought it with maps ($170) - it sucks) and nothing else exists for OSX. Virtual PC for PPC works well albeit somewhat slowly.

    Roland Edirol UA-1EX is an excellent analog line output device for driving car amplifiers with superb quality. Much better than splitting a 3.5mm earphone jack (again, IMHO)

    And last but certainly not least, Carnetix 1900 should be mentioned as the power supply of choice.

    EG

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