vertigo_phreeze

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  1. i have a 2005 Corrolla CE that has a 6-Disc in-dash cd changer and i noticed that you can hit the "Title" button when a cd is in and it switch between "Disc" and "Track" on the display but will show the message "NO TITLE". i was curious if there was a way to put the information on the cd somehow when i burned it so that the player would read it. perhaps with a .CUE sheet or something? by the way, these are regular audio cd's and not MP3.
  2. i have a 2005 Corrolla CE that has a 6-Disc in-dash cd changer and i noticed that you can hit the "Title" button when a cd is in and it switch between "Disc" and "Track" on the display but will show the message "NO TITLE". i was curious if there was a way to put the information on the cd somehow when i burned it so that the player would read it. perhaps with a .CUE sheet or something? by the way, these are regular audio cd's and not MP3.
  3. your best bet would probably be to search for a company called "Logjam". they make aux-input adapters that plug right into the factory wiring harness on most cars (so theres no cutting and splicing wires). it will give you a set of RCA input plugs so you can plug anything with a "line out" or headphone jack into it and pipe it through your car stereo system. i believe the price range is about $50-$90 (with most being about $70), and from what i have read from people who have tried them, they are infinitly better than FM modulators since its a direct feed and not just transmitted to the radio. i am looking at getting one myself so i can hook up my laptop for GPS voice directions and watching movies.
  4. about the MPG thing...i just bought my '05 Corrolla last friday and, at the dealership, they told me i wont hit the MPG on the sticker until about 5,000 miles or so. they did say that Toyota's are usually reliable as far as getting the MPG that is advertised, and it not just being just in "optimal conditions" like most manufaturers. hope that helps.