That's what we called live... Lots of GIVEs and TAKEs!PetrolDave said:Here's a scenario where that doesn't work.
You're at a concert in a strange town where there make a live CD of the concert and give it to you on the way out (OK you have to wait 10 minutes).
You really enjoyed the concert and you are desperate to listen to the CD on the way back to your hotel - a hotel that you've never been to before in a city you've never been to before so you need your sat nav working to get there.
So you need to leave your nav DVD in the RNS-E AND be able to play a CD at the same time - so you need a CD changer.
Just in case anyone thinks this is a scenario I've made up - it was us at a Simply Red concert last Monday!!!
And before you ask - yes I DO normally use SD cards (I've got 2 1GB I use every day and a 4GB on order), but when I buy a CD I want to listen to it NOW, not wait until I get home!
Once you get your RNS-E working you might think differently ... it's so much better than the Navman iCN650 that I used to use (that's gathering dust in a cupboard at home now).jamiehankins said:I'm really looking forward to getting my RNS-E working, but CoPilot has been helping me find my way for four years.