MP3 music format in cars

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Why do the newer cars have to play MP3 formats
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They don’t have to but it’s nice that new car audio does. Most portable players will use the MP3 format due to it’s compression.  If you went to burn an audio CD to listen to in your car you might get 15 or more songs converted from this format. If you ever copied MP3 files directly to a CD you get about 10 times the number of  songs on a CD or about 160. That’s nice for a long road trip.

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  • Subhendu Sen
    What did you want to know to ask this question? Because of MP3 format is more popular and this format supports almost all audio player.
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