:tisk: Burnt CDs wouldn't play on my wife's '03 with changer. I recently upgraded to an '05 DVD NAV with CD changer. As soon as I can find a burnt CD, I'll try it.DukeSkywalker said:i was just wondering what it could be. i tried different brand cds and it wasn't that. has anybody else had this problem? what could it be?
I am one of many on this forum to upgrade to the DVD NAV. Total cost for the DVD NAV ($1275.00) (off eBay) new DVD MAP disc ($195.00) from Zenrin.com, and factory GPS antenna from GM-Parts.com about $55, total around $1525.00. Check www.cadillacfaq.com for detailed how-to-do instructions. And yes, it's worth it.DukeSkywalker said:cool. thanks for the help i'll try some of those things.
i have an 03 cts. did somebody say they upgraded to the 05 navigation with the cd changer? how much did that cost?
Same exact experience for me. One or two normal playing tracks, then skips like crazy on my Bose non-nav. I switched from making the discs on my cheap laptop to my decent desktop. No problems now.TripleOught said:ok, mine has done the same thing about 2 weeks ago. i reburnt the CD, still no dice. it did the exact thing, played first few tracks or so then skipped like mad. i have the bose 6-disc.
now, next thing i would do (since you know the CD works elsewhere) is burn it from a different burner. luckily my father's PC has a quality burner so i just transferred the files. well, after that, the CD worked fine in my car, no skip. i attributed it to a CD burner that probably needs to be replaced. i don't think it was laying the tracks properly on the disc. weird thing is, the CD's i burn work everywhere else.
case in point: i think the cadillac bose is VERY tempramental, since my poineer played EVERYTHING perfect i am kinda spoiled.