Mazda CX-3: Appendix / Operating Tips for OGG

Mazda CX-3 (2015-2024) Owner's Manual / Interior Features / Appendix / Operating Tips for OGG

OGG is the audio compression format for Xiph. Org Foundation. Audio data can be created and stored at a higher compression ratio than MP3. This unit plays files with the extension (.ogg) as OGG files.

CAUTION

Do not use an audio file extension on files other than audio files. In addition, do not change the audio file extension. Otherwise, the unit will not recognize the file correctly resulting in noise or a malfunction.

OGG files written under specifications other than the indicated specification may not play normally or files or folder names may not display correctly.

The file extension may not be provided depending on the computer operating system, version, software, or settings. In this case, add the file extension “.ogg” to the end of the file name, and then write it to the memory.

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