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Sd card I've copied some mp3 files on to my sd card (2gb). They play fine on my apple mac. When I put the sd card into my car stereo the songs aren't recognised as being there?

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Hi,

Make sure your car stereo supports the bitrate of the mp3 files.

Posted on Jun 30, 2008

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