Enjoying our favorite music while driving is one of the great pleasures. However, especially in more modern cars, the absence of the CD player makes it difficult if we have a good collection. So we leave you four solutions to listen to music without having to have a CD player in the car.
Use the USB input
Most of today’s stereos have a USB input. With it, you only need a pendrive so you can listen to your favorite music while driving. Without any extra configuration, you simply plug it in, look for the “USB” entry in the menu of your stereo, and hit play!
Mobile phone and Bluetooth
Currently, this is one of the most used resources to listen to the music of our mobile phone in the car. All you have to do is link your mobile device with your vehicle to later select the music you want to listen to on it.
Pairing is very simple and, using a key, you can pair both devices without any complications. In addition, main applications to listen to music, like Apple Music or Spotify, make such pairing even easier.
3.5mm auxiliary connection
It is one of the most traditional ways of doing it. Through a cable connect your mobile phone with your car, too you can listen to your favorite music. To do this, the only thing you have to make sure is that the cable has a 3.5mm jack, which is the standard plug size for headphones, and which other cable end is “Aux” type to make it compatible with your car.
The classic cassette tape
It may be that, on the contrary, your car is very old and still has a cassette tape. It is still fully functional today. Then, there are tapes that can be used to connect your vehicle with your mobile phone. Through them, you can enjoy all your music coming out of the speakers of your car.