Wait, we have not heard from the copyright lawyers. Seems you must erase the contents of the server when you sell the car or the copyright police will be at your door.
Buconero117 (Threads | Answers | This Thread)
Not if it rips the CD to lossy (MP3, minidisk, etc) format.
Dhl93449 (Threads | Answers | This Thread)
Most likely it is a China made music server in your German car. Enjoy anyway.
Rhljazz (System | Reviews | Threads | Answers | This Thread)
Interesting, but seems more complicated and less practical than just having (a) an iPod interface, and/or (b) a USB port that accepts flash drives filled with music.
Mateored (System | Threads | Answers | This Thread)
Volkswagen has in some systems with navigation the ability to download up to 18 GB of music to the HD. Most of the entertainment systems have Bluetooth connectivity to stream music from an iPhone, MDI interface to directly connect an iPhone or iPod and SD card slots in addition to conventional CD players.
Rbrowne (Answers | This Thread)
The one in my car is named Hans and all he sings is: In Munchen steht ein Hofbrauhaus, eins, zwei, g'suffa!
It wears on me after a while.
All the best,
Nonoise (Reviews | Threads | Answers | This Thread)
I think these are becoming a bit more common now in cars. My wife's Yukon has it, as did her previous 2 vehicles (Jeep Grand Cherokee and Cadillac CTS).
Goldprintaudio (Answers | This Thread)