shadango Posted June 12, 2018 Share Posted June 12, 2018 Hi folks. I have been using Poweramp for a couple years now and love it. Love the UI, and it seems to be very robust. I havent tried other apps other than what came with my phones...no need to IMHO with Poweramp. Anyways, I recently installed a Rockford Fosgate PMX2 marine receiver with bluetooth. Crutchfield advertises it as such: The Rockford Fosgate PMX-2 offers built-in Bluetooth (version 3.0+EDR) for wireless music playback from your Bluetooth-enabled Apple iPod/iPhone/iPad, Android smartphone/tablet, Windows phone, Blackberry, and more. You are able to stream stored music and music apps from your Bluetooth device to the PMX-2 marine receiver. You can control basic playback functions like Play/Pause, Previous Next/Track and Repeat/Shuffle for stored music and music apps on your device. When using a Bluetooth AVRCP 1.4 compatible device like the Apple iPhone (iOS 5.0+) or an Android smartphone (OS 4.0+), you can even browse your stored music by category (Playlist/Artist/Song/Genre). The PMX-2 will also display your device's song/artist information with album art. I can play music just fine.....I can use the track skip buttons and I can pause the music. The song title and album title appears on screen. BUT ---no album art (not a huge deal to me) but more importantly I am not able to use the browser they have in the unit to pick an artist, album etc. Now that's Crutchfield's website. RF's website is a little more sketchy: The PMX-2 features...... Pandora control capabilities and Bluetooth audio streaming with album art support for Apple and Android products I called Rockford Fosgate and the guy there said "I am an apple guy so I cant really help, our android guys are out"....I am waiting for them to get back to me...... My phone is a Moto G5 Plus, OS 7.0, and I am using PowrAMp build 709 paid version. I am hesitant to try any other audio player apps....I trust Poweramp and frankly it does more than I need it to do......so much junk out there , tough to know what to trust..... But should Poweramp be able to supply the data needed to the RF PMX2? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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