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Sam, Gail & Snazzy
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This video will show how easy you can have your favorite music in MP3 file format Play on the SS entertainment system thru the USB Port in the Glove Compartment. This video was at the end of my Dark side of SS video. Thought some may have missed it by skipping out early. I think this will help a lot of guys that think they have to have a device to plug in the USB port to get music. Just watch.
 

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Does it just shuffle the songs or how does it play them?
It will play them one at a time. You use the +tune to advance to the next song, use the - tune to go back. it will automaticly go thru and play all the songs if you don't do anything. It does not have any shuffle, just plain play, so you need to load the files the way you would like to hear them.
 

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I have an older Apple IPod , when I plug it in to the ride command it says it is not compatible
I don't have the answer but one will need to know the year of the Slingshot you have. Welcome to the "World of Slingshot Insanity"
 

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@AKAKC, if your music format is other than MP3, it will not play. Chances are you file extension is one of the other formats listed below. There are software available to change the format to MP3, search the web.
Also, sometimes it will not play if your music is listed in albums and not a song lists. I find music will always play on any system if the memory card has music listed in individual songs and MP3 file format.

Here are seven popular audio file types and some unique differences between them.
  • M4A audio file type. The M4A is an mpeg-4 audio file. ...
  • FLAC. The FLAC audio file is Free Lossless Audio Codec. ...
  • MP3. The MP3 audio file is an MPEG audio layer 3 file format. ...
  • MP4. ...
  • WAV. ...
  • WMA. ...
  • AAC.
 
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