Johnhoward Posted November 21, 2020 Report Share Posted November 21, 2020 2 hours ago, JonneyB said: ..............what is it like when driving at night? Is it a clear view behind and hoping it doesn't shine too bright in the cockpit? PS: I have done a major awesome sound upgrade if you need any pointers................. I don’t know what it is like at night as I never go out after dark, so can’t advise on that. There is a brightness adjustment and you can also set it to show speed and a compass if it was distracting. I’m not sure of there is a way to switch the screen off entirely so that it reverts to being a standard mirror. The screen has a reflective surface I think to satisfy MOT regulations. You do initially notice the mirror more when you first install it. This is probably due to the refresh rate of a screen versus what your eye expects in a mirror. You also notice that daytime driving LED lamps in cars behind you tend to flash, the same effect that you can see when filming them. I found I got used to this very quickly. I did have a problem with mine, where I think that the mirror stayed on after I locked the car and it drained the car battery. I am not certain if this was caused by an incorrect setting, operator error or a software bug. Since then I have factory reset the mirror and it seems to be working fine now. Would be interested to hear what you have done audio wise. I am finding that the radio doesn’t stay tuned in to stations very well, almost as if the aerial is not strong enough. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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