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Guest Message by DevFuse

Optical illusion?


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#1 Guest_Darrell S_*

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Posted 31 August 2002 - 05:51 PM

I've owned a Pioneer in-dash XM System since Nov. I'm very happy with it except for the lack of scrolling song titles. On Friday the 30th I was listening to the 60's on 6 during their all request hour at 5pm central time. When they would display the 1-866 request line number it started scrolling the whole number across my display. I had to listen awhile when I got home just to make sure I wasn't seeing things. Usually I just see the last seven numbers and on some channels they sometimes only display the numbers 1-866. There was still no scrolling song titles though. I wonder if someone at XM was hacking into Pioneer's stupid song title hardware. I e-mailed Pioneer about this about month after I got my system and they gave me a smart aleck answer about people wrecking their cars if the whole song title scrolled.

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#2 OFFLINE   PeterB

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Posted 03 September 2002 - 08:10 AM

That's funny, they don't seem to have problems with highly graphic animated "Screen Savers" on their head units, but no scrolling song titles?

Its a limitation of the hardware, someone forgot to design it in.




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