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timajersey



Member Since: 04 Jun 2005
Location: Jersey, Channel Islands
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Jersey 2005 Range Rover Sport TDV6 SE Cairns Blue
MP3 input

Does anyone know whether the standard ICE has an input for a MP3 player? RRS 2.7 TDV6 SE Cairns Blue/Alpaca Leather

'03 Porsche Boxster Seal Grey/Black Leather

Post #1013 Mon Jul 18 2005 5:43pm
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poffer



Member Since: 05 Jul 2005

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Their is an aux socket in the centre console, in front of the rear seats.

Having said that, the ICE plays MP3s, so I just loaded 60 albums on to 6 disks and put them in the stereo. Enough for me.

Peter

Post #1017 Mon Jul 18 2005 10:08pm
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Toodeep



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Just to add you'll need short lead with a 3.5mm headphone jack at both ends (from Maplins or the like) and you'll probably have to adjust the relative volume of the AUX source (hold down the tone button for 5 secs). Otherwise your MP3 player may sound very quiet or loud compared with the other sources. Range Rover Sport TdV6HSE in Bonatti Grey + 20" Stormer wheels (ex X5 and ML driver)

Post #1034 Tue Jul 19 2005 2:46pm
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grommet



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Maybe I'm clueless... but I didn't think the stereo had relative volume control beyond phone and voice. I know it can store "tone" settings for each source (called "source tone memory"), but I didn't notice a "source volume memory" option. In my experience, AUX (with device at maximum output) has a lower volume than CD or FM. The silly Automatic Volume Control (AVC) option that is speed sensitive sure isn't it.

Post #1076 Wed Jul 20 2005 10:20pm
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Toodeep



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I think you might be right. I must be thinking of the SatNav voice which was inaudible, to my confusion, until I got stuck into the bit about 'Navi Volume Offset' in the manual. Range Rover Sport TdV6HSE in Bonatti Grey + 20" Stormer wheels (ex X5 and ML driver)

Post #1078 Wed Jul 20 2005 11:30pm
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