Radio is cool, but sometimes all those playlists in heavy rotation, same voices, predictable jokes and tones of commercials are way too much. What can you do when all you can play on your already deprecated car is CDs (your kids will search on Google to find out what that means)? Maybe it’s not your car, maybe it’s your parents or grandparents, but even so, there is one easy way to bring your everyday playlists in that moving can with wheels.
What do you need?
First of all be sure that in that car is an audio system in working condition, doesn’t matter how old it is as long as it has an AUX port. How do you recognize an AUX port, or what exactly is that? An auxiliary port is also known as an auxiliary jack or auxiliary input, is that port in which you can plug your classic headphones. Then you’ll need your smartphone (I bet you have one), the playlist ready to play (even if you play from a streaming service like Apple Music, Spotify, or any other online channel) and the most important thing, a bluetooth receiver as a bridge between your smartphone and the old audio system.
How will you do it?