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You can connect your iPod or USB memory device to the USB input terminal and play music files stored in the iPod or USB memory device.

See the following section for the types of connectable devices and supported files. Refer to “Types of connectable devices and supported file specifications”.

See the following sections for the connecting methods, “How to connect an iPod” and “How to connect a USB memory device”.

If your vehicle is equipped with a Bluetooth® 2.0 interface, you can play music files in your iPod or USB memory device via voice operation. Refer to “To play iPod tracks via voice operation” and “To play USB memory device tracks via voice operation”.

► The protected file by copyright might not be able to start playback. Note

► The protected file by copyright might not be able to start playback.
► It is recommended to adjust the equalizer of the connected device is flat.

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