Showing 21 ideas for tag "music"

Convenience

Vertical music scroll

Suggestion is to use the right button on the steering wheel for vertical scrolling usage in the music player.
So for much safer scrolling to the music / album suggestions in Spotify or the available list of radio stations. Without having to leave the right hand from the steering wheel. The left scroll button is of course for the volume. So why not make use of the right steering wheel button. For vertically scrolling... more »

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Charging

Charging Station Etiquette - Lower Bass Output

Often I've found at the supercharger station that drivers that remain in their cars will often blast their car stereos while they wait. It is not only disruptive to the other owners that are remaining in their cars but it can also be very annoying to the local homeowners. It is not only music but the sound effects in movies.

I would suggest that the bass be reduced significantly (and perhaps, the volume) of the sound... more »

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Convenience

Remotely access USB Music drive

As a Model S owner who loves t olisten to music (and regularly updates their music library with tracks that aren't available on the various streaming sites), it would be awesome if, when the car is parked and connected to "home" wifi it would/could launch a SMB server so that you can connect to the USB drive remotely (from a PC in your home, for example) and push new music files to the drive. For those of us that have... more »

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Touchscreen

Support Bluetooth Aux Adapters

There are many Bluetooth to AUX adapters on the market such as the TaoTronics TT-BA07:

https://www.amazon.com/TaoTronics-TT-BA07-Bluetooth-Receiver-Transmitter/dp/B07KM3YC94

Having an option for Aux to Bluetooth would offer much better sound than Aux to FM. The Tesla Model 3 even allows this module to be paired as a Bluetooth device, however it pairs incorrectly. When the device is in Transmit (TX) mode the Tesla doesn't... more »

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