11/08/19 6:06 pm
Aux, and it’s not even a question. Plus my small town only has about three radio stations, being the 20 different country stations, the Latino station, and the local pop station. Not good.
11/08/19 11:14 am
I know Im getting old when I listen to npr and sports radio. But also use bluetooth for my spotify mixes
Texas1 did not proofread
11/08/19 9:40 am
If not Bluetooth, then XM. I don’t know how many tracks I have on my phone, but I have over 7k on computer I sync to. The occasional XM lets me pick n choose my updated tracks to add.
Bluetooth is awesome, I can even drive one vehicle to work, switch vehicles at home, drive to farm, and still have same playlist in farm truck.
RussianThunder Russia and USA
11/08/19 6:12 am
It depends on who is driving. I can’t drive but we listen to audiobooks in the car with my mom. With my dad, he listens to talk radio. Mischa listens to music from back home or rap. So, which Mischa and Popay I listen to my own music in the backseat.
SticksandStones Stop fearmongering
11/07/19 11:08 pm
I used to like the radio, but after years of hearing the same 30 or so songs played on all of the classic rock stations, I'm sick of pretty much every one of them. So now I either play CDs or connect my phone.
11/07/19 10:24 pm
I use both. 📻 Mainly my favorite FM radio stations in the car (unless we are out of range) and work and Apple Music or Alexa at home. No XM radio in Alaska ☹️. That’s a must when I travel and need to rent a car. I always pay the extra for XM. 🤩Also, I live with a teenager who is an avid drummer. In fact, I’ve been listening to drum solos for the past hour. As much as I encourage him to practice , I also secretly wish he would take a break for just one night. 😂 🥁
Zod Above Pugetropolis
11/07/19 9:22 pm
Could be either or both, depending on where we are. Locally, probably radio. On a road trip where the only two choices are Jesus radio or a rapidly fading country station, aux/BT so we can listen to one of our local stations from wherever we can get an LTE signal. And in the big dead spots where we don’t even get that for hundreds of miles, there's always the emergency stash of MP3s on USB.
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