Any idea why TM didn't add an aux plug so we could use our ipod or phone directly?
I wondered that as well, but to be honest, after the 3.5mm audio issues I have had with the iPhone's, I fear plugging in a cord and use only Bluetooth enabled devices. The issues seem to occur when the iPhone doesn't trigger the cord has been removed so it instead will not allow audio to be passed to the ear piece (you can still hear the caller if you switch it to Speakerphone, but that's annoying).
I agree that it is a weird omission. It seems natural if not expected to have an AUX socket next to the USB and 12V sockets. You could plug a lot of things there, including (heaven forbid) a portable CD player!
Same reason there's no CD player... too 20th Century!
steven, I get what you're saying, but then again, the car does have the cigarette lighter-type outlet. A 3.5 mm jack in the same location would be discrete enough, I think.
Hi everyone, I've learned a lot from these forums and wanted to share what I've found to take care of my model S.
Here is a picture of all the items...
Thanks to the suggestion of Tharasix, and with the utmost respect to the most honorable @Volker.Berlin I give you ...
I tried to power my brand new air compressor from the Model S, and found that it would not power it. I put the car in park, with charger cable disconnected...
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