Has anybody been able to sync their GS4 to IRIS for Music/Pandora. I can't seem to figure it out. Do I need to download some software on the phone to make it work?
Good point. I have a hi cap thumb drive. With pretty much everything I want to listen to. New music would be nice via pandora or spotify. That's all.Why don't you guys just use the USB port and plug in a memory stick with your favorite music; I don't find any glitches with that method, whatsoever. I've got almost a 4000 song library that just works fine using that method; I've probably just as many songs as Sirius has on file for my genre of music. Why suffer?
Nope. Not even a little.Correct me if I'm wrong, but I thought that the estatet nights were the most wirelessly advanced country "in the world". So why aren't any of you esteemed Americans asking for internet access, for streaming radio, for integrated systems, for wifi updating, on star and what have you. If McLaren was really pushing the envelope we wouldn't even have to be asking, we should be the benchmark, sadly we are a backmarker. Can I believe McLaren marketing ever again? Maybe the 12c is like a first pancake, something to toss away, and start eating the second. One side is perfectly baked, the other is underdone quite badly. McLaren should just admit it, and if they got any balls, try to make those early clients feel as if they can come back as a customer without feeling like a real c...
Jimi Hendrix >> any car exhaust ever.I'm still trying to understand why you guys want to listen to music so much while driving this baby. I've yet to turn the thing on, okay that's a lie I have turned it on but just to see if it works properly after reading about all of the complaints. Honestly though, I just want to drive the car, and I mean drive it hard and listen to the engine work its charm. Yes that's the key reason for buying this baby to enjoy the sound it produces and of course it's outstanding capabilities, it's awe inspiring. That said if I was driving this baby for say three or four hours then the need may arise to want and listen to some tunes or not. Yes, yes I know to each his own, I guess I'm one of the few that feels that way. Drive hard or go home. Cheers.....??
Just like anything, too much gets tiresome. My R8 TT is quite loud, and as amazing as it can sound, it just gets tiresome after a while.I may be in the minority wrt to engine noise, but honestly, I'd prefer it were quiet. I don't need the huge noise, I'd prefer a quiet cabin so I can have a conversation, pay attention to whats going on, and just don't need the added drama.
Then you gotta try the SLSe. At least for the 20 minutes the batteries last!?Just like anything, too much gets tiresome. My R8 TT is quite loud, and as amazing as it can sound, it just gets tiresome after a while.
To me, the ultimate exhaust would be none at all. Electric car with brutal acceleration and nothing but wind and road noise. It's like the calm before the storm. There is something to be said for silence.
It's been a while since I've driven a non-exotic car, and when I was in Europe a couple years ago I had a Ford Focus for a few weeks. Doing 120mph on the autobahn with more or less nothing but wind noise was sublime. It was quiet, comfortable, relaxing, and at the same time exciting.
Oh yes. I burned in my electronics and speakers with AC/DC.Dude, turn on AC/DC, you suddenly drive several levels more aggressively and better!
I can respect that you want just pure driving. But a car that is touted as "an every day super car" should be able to handle every day activities.
I may be in the minority wrt to engine noise, but honestly, I'd prefer it were quiet. I don't need the huge noise, I'd prefer a quiet cabin so I can have a conversation, pay attention to whats going on, and just don't need the added drama.
But I can respect that engine noise is music to many.