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    Which Interface do you use?

    Hi Everyone,
    Now that we have Media Engine/Media Car/VOICES/Frodo Player, I was wondering what everyone is using.

    I've tested media engine and media car so far. I'll be installing frodo player soon...

    I was just curious to see what others are using in their cars. Can you please share? Thanks

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    I'm sorry, and you are....? frodobaggins's Avatar
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    I don't use anything. I can't afford a screen

    Yet..I'm working on it.

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    Always been Media Engine for me... Haven't really found a reason to use anything else yet.
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    I'm flittering between MediaEngine, MediaCar and FrodoPlayer, depending on what I need to do.

    If I need GPS, i'll use MediaCar, as it's got the best implentation of GPS, and at the moment i'm using FrodoPlayer the most though.


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    I'm still using my Tiny Music Embedded(TME). Don't need a screen with that setup.

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    I've used all available interfaces and for me worked better MediaCar.

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    I like MediaCar because of Feb's skin, it looks very professional.
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    I think MC looks the best. FP works the best (even with stand-alone Nav). I never really cared much for ME. Voices is still too young to tell. Each of them has strengths and weaknesses really. Experiment with each and pick the one you like the most, offer to help the developers with improvement, or try your hand at making your own.

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    I'm sorry, and you are....? frodobaggins's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by rando
    or try your hand at making your own.
    If you're married, I would seriously recommend against this one
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