Burned some CD's for the 6-disc changer. Since it can play mp3 files, I've quite a lot of music in there actually. An irksome bit is stuff that I've paid Apple for must be burned to audio CD's instead of a smaller format like the mp3 or wpl that the owners manual says works. I've not sacrificed a blank disk to see if the Apple default m4a works.
Plus the 3.5mm aux port still allows for the iPod.
I was feeling pretty satisfied and then I discovered that I could change the clock to read in 24 hour time!
For some reason I just prefer 24 hour time. The nav side of the DNX-8120 could show 24, but the media side couldn't. It really bugged me too.
Now I am contented with the stereo that came with the car. It only took me five and a half years...
I think I got caught up in a combination of "ooooh, shiny" and "grass is greener" with the nav unit.
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