Does new car still take SD cards for Music?

Mike.46

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Just as the title tbh
 

Doja cat

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I would also like to know this
 

jassyo06

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Mike.46

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No. SD card and DVD is removed. You would need a USB to SD card adaptor.
Thats sh*t then
Whats the best way to play my 2 sd cards then besides an adaptor?

Or what other options do I have
 

bigtasty

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Thats sh*t then
Whats the best way to play my 2 sd cards then besides an adaptor?

Or what other options do I have

What phone do you have? Some phones have micro sd slots and you could play via the phones media player (not spotify) connected to the car with either bluetooth or usb, or if the phone has sufficient internal storage for all your music you could negate the SD completely.
 

Spinstorm

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Thats sh*t then
Whats the best way to play my 2 sd cards then besides an adaptor?

Or what other options do I have
That is the only way - or transfer to a USB type C stick.

To be fair I never use the DVD player or SD card function and I forget it is even there!
 

Mike.46

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What phone do you have? Some phones have micro sd slots and you could play via the phones media player (not spotify) connected to the car with either bluetooth or usb, or if the phone has sufficient internal storage for all your music you could negate the SD completely.
Not quite that easy, my wife doesnt like mobile phones so she has my old ones and would never sort it out when she was out in the car, Sd card is/was
ok for her
 

Terminator x

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Does it have a hard drive to store CD's if they are played in the car?

TX.

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IanSC

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Extract from standard RS3 spec. in Build your Audi -

· Jukebox hard drive memory for music (10GB)
· DVD drive for music CDs and video DVDs
· 2 x SDXC card reader
· 2x USB charging points
· AUX-IN
 

IanSC

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On the basis of the above, I had assumed that I would simply be able to transfer my SD card over. However, on checking the Owners Manual, the only hardware mentioned is the two USB ports. So, the only way to hardwire anything would be via them, with the simplest (non-device) options being either an SD card adaptor or a USB drive. Unfortunately, the manual also recommends using an extension cable for such connections, in order to protect the ports from damage, which will be a much less satisfactory solution, compared to simply placing an SD card in a slot in the glove box, which is rather disappointing.
 

Keano04

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That’s annoying as I had a copy of my iTunes library on an sd card and had hoped to be able to just pop it in there and leave it there.
 

RSt3ve

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Spotify is great but the sound quality is down a bit compared to fully remastered and error corrected sound files.

I spent about a month adding my CD collection (remember them??) to SD card via digital remastering software prior to getting the S3 to fully make use of the B&O system. Won't be an issue to get this onto a drive but an SD card slot would've been nice still.

If all else fails, we can always listen to the old classic 5 Pot ft. Turbo and their smash hit 'Full Gas'
 
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