do i use an MP3 player or an ipod for music in my 2010 vw cc?

Asked by Apr 28, 2014 at 01:43 AM about the 2010 Volkswagen CC 2.0T Luxury FWD

Question type: Car Customization

i cant seem to find it in manual...& i dont know the difference??? between the two...as my last car i could download the cd's so this is all new to me!!!

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37,705

Tiffany, Best advice I can give you is to find a 15 year old kid and ask them to show you. All that techno stuff is beyond me.I can just about figure out my cellphone, so don't feel alone.

4,955

Tiffany, do you have a smart phone? A home computer? And does the CC radio have Bluetooth? If yes to all 3, we can get you on the right track without purchasing any additional hardware. I await your answers.

i dont have a smart phone...but have radio with bluetooth... thank you soooo much!!!

4,955

Might be a very good time to upgrade to a smartphone...especially one with an SD card slot for storing music. A small tablet would work as well and you could connect it to your audio system via the bluetooth. There's plenty of free software out there to make CDs into MP3 collections...and even more sources to simply download the MP3s directly...there are so many possibilities.

37,705

A used Smart phone is cheap. I buy them, unlocked, on eBay for under $125.00. If you go that route, get a brand name like Apple or Samsung then find that 15 year old kid.

4,955

Get a product from a reputable vendor with a warranty of some sort. I like Newegg. com and they have refurbished ASUS 7" tablets for under $130. Check it out. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx? Item=N82E16834231155

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