Op. No.: 37015
Listen to all your favorite music in the car by easily "docking" your portable music player or USB memory. USB and iPod® Music Interface enables you to connect most iPod®, USB memories and certain MP3 players. This means that you can listen to your stored favorite music directly from the car's audio system.
Thanks to the USB and iPod® Music Interface, you have a simple, easy, and safe way to access your music favorites in the car. The sound quality is superb and handling is easy with the radio controls and display. Eliminates the need for lots of CDs.
The music player is charged while connected to the car.
Choose one of the following cables:
|31316394||USB and iPod® cable|
Choose one of the following applications:
|30732973||USB and iPod® Music Interface|
Facts and advantages
Superb sound quality
Supports most iPods®, certain MP3 players and most USB flash memories as well as other USB devices that can store music (not MTP, "Media Transfer Protocol")
Charge your iPod, MP3 player or other USB device that is charged via USB (e.g. cell phones) while you drive.
Simple and safe to operate while driving, either via the steering wheel buttons or the radio controls
Both USB/MP3 player and an iPod® can be connected at the same time
Supports the following music formats: WMA and WAV (decompressed), MP3, however, not DRM protected files
Fully integrated functionality as regards controls and display
Practical and concealed storage of your iPod®/MP3 player in the tunnel or glove compartment
There is no problem playing music with the USB and iPod® Music Interface even if not all of the files on the USB unit are music files. The player will ignore everything but music files.
Only suitable for Performance audio systems.
Only USB products of the type "USB mass storage device" with FAT 16/32 file system can be used! There are a large number of USB products on the market. A large number cannot be read by the USB and iPod® Music Interface. In these cases it is evident from the display that the connected unit cannot be played. Try an alternative USB device instead.
The USB and iPod® cable makes it possible to plug in both a USB and an iPod® at the same time. Only one can be played at a time, though.
- Ordered according to separate procedures and downloaded using VIDA.