Hyundai Car Audio Tips

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Hyundai Car Audio Tips
Hyundai cars have a number of different options on their stereo systems. (compact mini car "hyundai getz" speed on red image by alma_sacra from

In newer models of Hyundai automobiles, the standard stereo systems provide drivers and passengers with a number of audio options, including AM/FM radios, CD and MP3 players, and Bluetooth receivers. These versatile audio systems have a number of different tips associated with operating them correctly and efficiently.

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Hot and Cold Environments

As audio systems with all of these options are often relatively sensitive pieces of equipment, Hyundai advises drivers to use care when operating these systems in different temperatures. If the inside of the car has become incredibly hot during the summer months, wait until the car's interior temperature has cooled down a bit before using the audio system. A similar rule applies in the winter, as the car should warm up a bit before you operate the CD or MP3 player to lessen the chance of a malfunction.

MP3 Playing

The Hyundai audio system can play MP3 files off of external music players, which you can plug directly into the audio system. However, you can also play MP3 files off of CDs, which can hold a large number of songs. Check to ensure that all the songs you burn onto a CD to play in the Hyundai's audio system are labelled ".mp3"; otherwise, they won't play correctly. The stereo will also not necessarily play tracks in the order of the track numbers but rather in the order in which you have burnt them onto the CD itself. Keep this factor in mind when creating one of these MP3 data CDs.

Keep It Clean

The cleaner you keep the audio system inside the Hyundai, the longer it will operate in an effective way. Do not put dirty CDs or DVDs inside the system, which can cause dirt to enter the mechanical elements and cause it to jam in the future. Clean the face of the Hyundai's stereo system regularly, removing anything spilt on it; contaminants on the stereo face can cause corrosion over time or cause dust to get under the buttons or knobs. If the interior of the car becomes extremely wet, open the speakers in the doors to help dry out any moisture that may have accumulated around them; this preventive measure will help keep rust or corrosion away from the speaker wires and connectors.

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