Has anyone figured out how to use the microphone on the Los Angeles MP72 ?. I suspect it may only be for the Toronto MP73 but just want to make sure I'm not missing the obvious
A simple auxiliary input on the faceplate would have been one really handy upgrade I would have liked instead of all the flashing lights. I'm finding myself listening to the engine instead of the stereo.Overall I think that Blaupunkt put too much money into the 'bling' and not enough into the audio electronics
Yep. I don't need any flashing radio displays. The radio in the standard package is plenty good enough for me, but the first thing I did with it was to figure out how to turn off the "dancing" display...pinmagic said:Yep, I said this in another thread: for a car that eschews bling, this radio is a blingfest. It's really something of an embarrassment!
This is an artifact of human hearing called masking. If there's a lot of sound in a given range of frequencies, it can mask other sounds in the same range. No obvious fix for all conditions, unless somebody has made an adaptive system for car noise, which I've never heard of. Otherwise, must just crank up the bass further until it is OK despite the engine noise.biobaggie said:One thing I noticed was that the bass subsided substantially once the car was in motion, and I'm thinking this may have something to do with engine and exhaust noise cancelling out the bass.