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Old 17th January 2007, 20:27   #16
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katalyst,u can always ask them about demo before u buy the stuff.

And what is this new thing on t-bhp about promoting friend's business and making this forum as launchpad for new products!!!!
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Cool promote stuff

Originally Posted by navin View Post
Hi, I understand that you are only trying to help forum members but TBHP is a non-commerical forum. We are not suppsoed to use this forum to promote ours or our friend's businesses.
Hey navin sorry it sounded like that ,was just trying to help him by giving him a lead as i have had my car fittings done from him ,and he is an old friend so will give a demo as some of them asked because usually not many sellers give you a demo of the stuff...don't worry wont give numbers hence forth..
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Old 20th January 2007, 06:39   #18
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Originally Posted by teamxenos View Post
Xenos, a new entrant in the car entertainment systems have introduced an MP3 Player with a front USB input and an MMC Slot at a very affordable price of Rs. 8500/-. Xenos is the marketing arm of PRICOL, an automotive electronic instrument cluster manufacturing co based at Coimbatore.
That's interesting. Can you provide the contact in Chennai?
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Old 20th January 2007, 09:21   #19
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Originally Posted by navin View Post
No one has tried this I see 2 issues.

a) finding a particular song or play list in 100Gb of music (>10,000 songs) can be a bit time consuming.

b) How do you control the hard disk (next song, fast forward, etc...).
c) Also, one would need power to run such harddisks. USB power mode may not work in larger ones.
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Old 22nd January 2007, 15:05   #20
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The HUs can supply upto 500mA. So a 1.8" drive would have no problem. HU usually takes about a minute (depending on the folder structure) to index all files and then you can enjoy the songs. Its pretty useful
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