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Has anyone themselves or heard of anyone successfully adding the microsoft sync system to a tacoma? I really like the voice features, but don't want a ford nor have i been able to find anything else that allows me to attach a hard drive of all my music and access it verbally by artist, title genere, etc.
 

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Has anyone themselves or heard of anyone successfully adding the microsoft sync system to a tacoma? I really like the voice features, but don't want a ford nor have i been able to find anything else that allows me to attach a hard drive of all my music and access it verbally by artist, title genere, etc.
That would be more work than it would be worth I reckon and no I haven't heard of anyone doing that. Maybe because I don't see why pushing a button is such an inconvenience?
 

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That would be more work than it would be worth I reckon and no I haven't heard of anyone doing that. Maybe because I don't see why pushing a button is such an inconvenience?

It's not an inconvenience. It's just that I have 40GB of music. 100's of artists, and thousands of songs. Way too much to click thru especially when I am trying to drive. currently i just grab a few songs i like and put them on a usb key but would like to have all my music available. Not a big deal just somthing I would like to be able to do.
 

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I've got quite a bit of music myself, most times I just use my HU to scan to the first letter of the artist/song/album that I'd want to listen to and then just make the tiny adjustments from there. Take 10 seconds at a stoplight tops.
 

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This topic is a little bit older, but it might steer you in the right direction. It is a CNET discussion about using the USB input on an aftermarket stereo to run a small, portable hard drive.

http://forums.cnet.com/5208-7811_102-0.html?threadID=173279

Kenwood also makes a product called the music keg, but I don't think it holds 40G.
 

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pick up a new head unit such as a indash gps. I have a pioneer avic f90bt. its a year old and basically similar to the sync software
 
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