The key to always having thousands of songs with you in your Audi: the iPod preparation enables you to control the Apple iPod conveniently like a CD changer. Switch between songs and playlists via the radio or the optional multifunction steering wheel of your Audi A3, Audi A4, Audi A4 Cabriolet or Audi TT.
The iPod preparation is connected up via the CD changer controls and is therefore identified by the radio or navigation system as a CD changer. iPod tracks are consequently controlled in the same way as operating a CD changer, via the buttons on the radio or navigation system plus with MMI operating logicNavigation system plus with MMI operating logicGoal in sight. With both visual and acoustic directions, the navigation system plus with MMI operating logic guides the driver reliably to the chosen destination.Navigation system plus with MMI operating logic . It is not possible to operate a CD changer and iPod adapter simultaneously, because they both use the same connection on the radio.
Existing playlists on the iPod are identified as CDs and displayed as CD1-CD5 in the changer controls. All tracks stored on the iPod are identified as CD6. The iPod preparation is unable to process information stored on the iPod for the artist, track, album and genre.
The current playlist, the track currently playing and the playing time of the track appear in the display of the radio or navigation system plus with MMIMMIReduced, simple, logical: the Multi Media Interface (MMI) elegantly combines the operation of all infotainment components in one display and operating system.MMI operating logic.
All iPods with dock connector, a 30-pin flat plug, can be connected up to the adapter of the iPod preparation. The adapters included in the specification allow the various different iPods to be inserted securely in the preparation (an adapter for the latest generation of the iPod Nano is currently being developed). iPod models without a dock connector, e.g. exclusively with a USB or Firewire connection, cannot be connected up.