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DanDi58

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Jun 22, 2020
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Dayton NJ
So if I'm reading all of this correctly - to change the forward-driving PWS, you use the Driving Sounds function which comes out of both the external speaker and the internals, and doesn't shut off at 19 mph.....? (Haven't messed around with adding any customer sounds yet)
 

LowkeyD

New Member
Jan 3, 2020
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New York
One other thing I noticed is if you want to play music through the speaker with the BoomBox feature while, say washing your car or just having no one in it, you can turn on Camp mode in the heating options.
 

bmfischer3

Member
Feb 8, 2021
14
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Evansville, IN
Given boombox is available and you can now use custom sounds for your horn, what have you changed yours to?

I've seen some people do fart sounds, but does anyone have any better ideas?

Thanks!
 

elptxjc

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Dec 15, 2019
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El Paso, TX
Do you mean an actual horn sound, like when you need to honk to an idiot, or sounds to play with, like the farts and 'La Cucaracha'? For horn noise, I'd make it more European, so higher pitched. For play, it'd be nice to add a believable V8 engine noise, just to see people's faces. Or a jet engine sound. Ha ha. By the way, how do you program those sounds? Curious what you do. Keep us posted.
 

scabbotts

Supporting Member
Jan 4, 2021
32
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Maine
Can't seem to get the custom sounds to show up. Using Flash drive Exfat on Mac- doesn't allow partition. Tried new folder name- nothing.

Anyone?
I believe it is exfat32. Then partition the drive into 2 sections. One labled TeslaCam and the other Boombox. Then put a folder labeled Boombox in that partion. Then you can save up to 5 sounds in the folder, but the file names can't have any spaces in them. That is what was causing me trouble. Once i took the spaces out they showed up fine. If you still have problems go to Youtube there are dozens of how to videos. The exfat32 and the spaces in the file name were my stumbling blocks.
 
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jay__

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Mar 15, 2021
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Santa Cruz, CA
Do you mean an actual horn sound, like when you need to honk to an idiot, or sounds to play with, like the farts and 'La Cucaracha'? For horn noise, I'd make it more European, so higher pitched. For play, it'd be nice to add a believable V8 engine noise, just to see people's faces. Or a jet engine sound. Ha ha. By the way, how do you program those sounds? Curious what you do. Keep us posted.
Here's a few boombox sounds I added: Login - Dropbox
 

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