Doh! Nevermind. I'm an idiot.
Originally Posted by Sal R.
I never set the presets in my carPC, unlike my devPC.
I haven't posted in probably a year or more, but I felt I should break my silence to say thanks for all your work on this particular project....
Originally Posted by mitchjs
Received my cable, quickly. Well worth it. This HD radio revived my carpc interest.
Originally Posted by kmcniece
Sometimes I won't drive my car because I could hear my sports talk and hear all the bashing on my beloved dolphins and hurricanes.
I would drive my wife's car.
Mitch, gotta thank you man...can't F'ing wait!
Stop bidding on ebay and driving up the prices :lol:
My presets are always there no matter what. If I can exit the HD radio, close RR and restart the PC and they are still there. I never really lose them. If you hit the local button, they local playlist appears, which is blank because I didnt enter anything there. Now if I enter something there then switch back to the main list and then back again, they are gone. Now if you stay on the main list, then enter your presets there then toggle back and forth they should still be there.
Originally Posted by blk02si
That is how mine works anyway.
Cables back in stock, All Pending orders are SHIPPED
Thanks for everyones patience
Mitch> Does your plugin keep the radio on when its not on the radio screen?
Or does the Radio turn on when the radio screen loads and off when the screen is changed to something else (eg:AUDIO or VIDEO)?
I ask because I'm interested in tapping into the relay that turns on/off inside the unit (depending on if you press the power button on/off) and using that to control my power antenna.
I'd say it turns off (or something off) as I hear it "click" when I leave the radio screen and a series of "clicks" when I return to the radio............
Originally Posted by Iceman_jkh
Awesome! Exactly what I wanted to hear (no pun) :p.
If only the relay hadnt been installed inside that inner RF shield *sigh*.
<Soldering iron time>
Mine doesn't. It doesn't turn off ("click") until I switch media, like audio. I don't know how it would work with something like sat radio or tv, but the radio is on until I switch to audio.
Originally Posted by greatwhite