Question about Car Audio & Video
Usually it should auto detect what kind of media it is trying to read there are not buttons to listening to mp3, what you need to make sure is that when you are burning your music onto a cd that it is not converting it from mp3 that it stays as mp3, some burners will do that if that is not the problem than when you insert the mp3 burned cd give it a minute as from my experience for it to build up folders it need to read the whole cd and depending on how much music is on there it could take up to a minute or more.
Posted on May 19, 2011
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