Yeah, but unless all your CDs have CD-Text, I'm not sure you want to do this.Brett said:Is there any way to make the Track Title stick?
Does this happen even after making the change?Brett said:The problem, however, is that when I adjust the volume, or skip to the next song, the Track Title goes away (the screen goes back to the track time display), so I have to manually go back and select Track Title again.
with reference to your satellite comment at the bottom...i did that for the satellite however everytime i start the car i have to set it back by pressing the right knob once...if i don't press the knob all it shows is the channel number...once i press the knob then channel info, artist and title are displayed....it's really irritating to have to press it everytime i start the car, why can't it stick???...Silver Bullet said:OK, curiosity got the better of me. I looked it up in the owners manual. Page 4-28.
"Display CD text:"
To indicate the CD mode text, push the AUDIO knob during CD playing.
To change the indicated text in display mode, turn the tuning knob within 10 secconds. The text will change as follows:
In Display Mode: Track Number>Track Title>Disc Title
My note: When you see Disc or Track Title displayed press the knob to set the feature to become the default setting. As someone else in this thread indicated, "if your CD doesn't have track title info. it will display "No Track or Disc Title" None of my store bought CD's have display information.
This is the same method for setting up the display information if you have Satellite. 8)