Question about JC Whitney Audio Players & Recorders
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This is a crazy problem that just started happening.
I have a brand new car. If I play the radio, I can hear the music out of both front speakers fine. If I play a CD, I can hear the music out of both front speakers fine.
Today, I was in the passenger seat (wife was driving). I had my VR3 FM transmitter with my flash drive in the outlet. The music came out of the driver's side front speaker fine, but it was very low coming out of the passenger side front speaker. This has never happened before.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
a flash drive is used mainly for storing of files, you need a device that will play the files you want, in this case a device that plays mp3s and either transfer your music to/through it.
Unless your transmitter states that it plays different media formats that is but i have never heard of that before.
hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 19, 2011
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