The Wiiki adapter in the USB SD AUX version is connected to the CD changer input of the radio. ...more...
The Wiiki adapter in the USB SD AUX version is connected to the CD changer input of the radio. ...
When playing music via AUX, it is not possible to control the tracks. CD5 is shown in the car radio display when you play music via AUX, but nothing must be connected to USB or SD.
To ensure error-free playback via USB and SD, the music files must have a certain formatting.
The music files and music folders can be named freely. Subfolders are not supported in the music folders. The MP3 and WMA formats are compatible up to 320Kbps.
Most car radios recognise 6 orders, as this is usually the maximum number of CDs in a CD changer.
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