Playing MP3's via the auxiliary port

Discussion in 'Electronics' started by DonVitto, Oct 8, 2015.

  1. DonVitto

    DonVitto New Member

    Oct 4, 2015
    Mercedes C180 CGI Sport

    I haven't yet collected my Mercedes yet so I appologise for the question, when I take delivery I can obviously play around myself.

    It's a 2011 C-Class and was advertised as having an auxiliary port. I did look for this at the time in the glove box but couldn't find it (there were many other pressing things to test out so I didn't dwell on this for long).

    Is the aux port standard and is it indeed in the glovebox?

    Also what do most people do to play mp3's via the car? Connect an ipod or mp3 player up to the auxiliary port? Is there another or a better way? If you do this and receive a phone call via the built-in Bluetooth system does it mute the music or do you have to mute it manually?

    Finally, is it possible to skip tracks on the mp3 device using the steering wheel controls?

    Many thanks


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