Airdale; Do you think portable CD players are still available?I got through the first 32 minutes of the presentation and it's FANTASTIC. I was especially happy, encouraged and probably surprised to see that the C7 team thought enough of us techno-dinosaurs to include an audio-in plug so we can hook up a portable CD player. It may not seem like much but for someone who does long drives in his Vette like I do and listens to a lot of audiobooks from the library like I do, it's a huge benefit to not have to load all this on my iPhone each time I want a new title. Thank you C7 Team!!!
If you guys can operate this forum, i promise you, you can handle your mp3 functionality on your phone. It is extremely easy, you just have to start. Also, for those of you who have not used Pandora yet, I STRONGLY suggest you look into it. I use to have a collection of over 2000 songs in itunes, now, I don't even use my itunes library, all Pandora.Airdale; Do you think portable CD players are still available?
I also enjoy Pandora on my XTS but on longer trips out of state have found it will go 'dead' for 10 to 15 minutes a couple of times even though there is plenty of signal on my phone at that time. It is nice to have optionsAll I use is pandora as well and I even listen to comedy on pandora on long drives.
What are you driving on your journey back from Bowling Green?Thank you chip for this valuable info!!! Been watching it on my drive back from bowling green
lorivo; Have you found an answer / solution to your issue? If so, please let us know what was needed to correct the issue.I have been searching for an answer to a perplexing problem. when I connect my Ipod to my 2014 stingray, my tunes play perfectly, but my audiobooks all play in super-hyper speed. My audiobooks come from an Audible subscription. I have checked the settings on my ipod, and they are normal. this only happens when I use the usb plug, that also downloads the data. I can still play the books though the headphone jack. Any suggestions?