Hello, the USB port in the center console is it USB1, USB2 or USB3. thank you
It's the opposit, CD sales are down and downloads are up.Discoloz said:I was surprised it didn't have a CD fitted, I thought it would have had the CD and hard drive combo that many of the other JLR cars have where you can download the CD onto the hard drive for future playback. Seems a bit of a backward step to me.
I have to buy a new USB drive ( 64GB ) so if taking the car is USB3 , so I take a USB3 .discoblackdesign said:Hello, the USB port in the center console is it USB1, USB2 or USB3. thank you
I'd doubt it's USB3 but ISB3 is compatible with USB2 so buy either. If you have USB3 devices in the one then buy that for the faster speeds. It should work on USB2 and you don't need the higher transfer rate for mp3 playing anyway. I cannot see anything in the manual about file structure, max directory sizes, max file name lengths etcdiscoblackdesign said:I have to buy a new USB drive ( 64GB ) so if taking the car is USB3 , so I take a USB3 .discoblackdesign said:Hello, the USB port in the center console is it USB1, USB2 or USB3. thank you
Is it done with a maximum number of file is not exceeded for playing on the radio.
Like many, I've been used to a multi-changer CD facility but I guess time moves on and CDs are becoming a bit old hat.xxtrail said:Ha, I was very surprised at the lack of CD Slot, however, I've always wanted a USB connection (not available in my FL2).
Far better to have a USB Stick in the covered centre armrest, nothing visible to prying eyes, and access all files, artists etc via touch screen or steering wheel. It shows album, track No, title and length. Really enjoyed it during my eight hour loan of a DS HSE two days ago.
I normally copy my CDs to PC, then download to a stick. One stick of suitable storage size more than replaces every single CD I've got in the car, cluttering up side pockets and glove box, and all titles are instantly available.
I'd say it's ideal!
It is in the slot in the dash on the passenger side (there's a pic somewhere, I'll have a look). To my knowledge it is just a charge point. The only USB to media centre connection is in the front arm rest.Charles said:I know there is a use in the centre console. When test driving I also saw one at the drink holder btween the front seats - is this standard? I have ordered the single USB which is located in the ip shelf - anyone know where this is? I think its in the passenger side dash.
As far as I can see from the handbook (page 91) there is either a 5v USB or 12v power in with the front cup holders. Handbook saysCharles said:I have also seen a pic of one in the dash so not sure if I still want it. Do you know if the USB charge point that I have seen next to the drinks holders in the front is standard?
12V power socket, located on the centre console. Depending on the vehicle specification, a 5V USB charge socket may be fitted.