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  1. Audio, Sat-Nav & Mobile Electronics
    How to Easily Convert Your CDs to USB for Apple Users -- Gets rid of unplayable files. If you have tried to use your USB flash drive on your audio system, because there is no more CD player, and had a hard time because of unplayable files, read this solution. If you already have your MP3s on a...
  2. Audio, Sat-Nav & Mobile Electronics
    I've seen some older posts on this subject, but I though maybe the specs for the entertainment system have changed. I just leased an Ex-L. I've been able to connect my iPod classic to the USB port, and it works pretty well. The music is all ACC. But I have a bunch of extra 500gb portable hard...
  3. Audio, Sat-Nav & Mobile Electronics
    I did a quick search in the forums and didn't see a recent answer on this. So in the off chance it might help someone in the future: in my 2015 CRV Touring (with Navigation) an 8GB memory stick formatted in NTFS format did not work. Plugging in the memory stick had no effect on the audio...
  4. Audio, Sat-Nav & Mobile Electronics
    I have an 07 crv and been playing around with the PCMCIA card and a 2gb compact flash card. I found it kept crashing the sat nav when I added mp3 file which were 320kbps. But it seemed to play a few smaller 128kbps mp3 tracks. The manual seems to suggest it should play the larger files. It is...
  5. Audio, Sat-Nav & Mobile Electronics
    I have some CD's that I burned and they play fine on my computer. They are in MP3 format. They wont play in the car??? Other store bought music plays fine. Maybe they are copied to a CD in DATA form and Not audio and it makes difference? As I said.. plays fine on my computers
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