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As most people do, I have quite a few CDs which I play in my current car CD player. However, these are quite bulky and prone to damage.

I understand the CD player in the B-Max can pay mp3 files which would enable more to be put on one CD but still prone to damage.

I am wondering if there is a USB input to enable mp3 files to be put on a USB stick and played from there. Does anyone know?
 

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If they give us the same system you get in the US then it should have a USB and SD card socket. So you can play from USB stick or ipod.

It should also have bluetooth which will allow you to play music from an iphone for example without having it plugged it.
 

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There certainly is, the USB input is on the centre console close to the 12v power outlet.
To play mp3's on a USB stick just select AUX as the input
 
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