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Old 07-02-2013, 03:41 PM   #31
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Woah, what's this about a jumper and the hard top VS soft top?? I took my hard top off like 4 days after buying my Jeep so I can't say it's a soft top only behavior, but if there is a way to fix/bypass this annoyance I'd love to find out how!! Can anyone talk about how we would go about creating this Jumper?

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Old 07-03-2013, 07:36 AM   #33
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Thanks Panthermark, That was the thread I was thinking of, but did not have time to look it up yesterday.

Bad_Dog: I also think MP3 is, as you say it "Evil". I can't stand anything at 128kbs. I pretty much encode everything at 320. I've only had my Jeep for a month and a half, and I have not yet tried any FLAC files yet, but I assume they will not work on the 430n. Many of the Sirius channels are so compressed that I can't listen to them. And the ones that are less compressed, sound borderline OK but only play shitty music so...

I also did a bit of FM radio installs, but In my previous life, I mainly worked/toured as a soundman and tech director. For the past 15 years, I've been playing the A/V guy and medical photographer in a Hospital. The hours are way better, and I spend much more time at home. My party trick back then was to call out frequencies that other techs would play back or when the monitor tech on stage was getting feedback, I'd call out the frequency from the FOH on the clearcoms.

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Old 07-03-2013, 07:39 AM   #34
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Old 07-03-2013, 08:56 AM   #35
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Bad_Dog: I also think MP3 is, as you say it "Evil". I can't stand anything at 128kbs. I pretty much encode everything at 320. I've only had my Jeep for a month and a half, and I have not yet tried any FLAC files yet, but I assume they will not work on the 430n. Many of the Sirius channels are so compressed that I can't listen to them. And the ones that are less compressed, sound borderline OK but only play shitty music so...
Sirius audio quality is a whole other thread, and I agree with you.

FLAC is something that I haven't spent time playing with, but not many devices will play it. I highly doubt our HU will play it. It probably only supports WAV, MP3, and WMV (I'm too lazy to look it up). I don't even think an iPod will play FLAC.

Another reason why I've invested time in it is because I really don't want to re-rip my entire library. I did it all at 320 (though I have a few at 256) and I don't hear the compression so I'm happy with it.
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Just a quick lookup, and seems the 430n does MP3 and WMA only. And you are right, iPods and iTunes have no FLAC support unfortunately.

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