There’s a Weird Way Certain Audio Tracks Can Brick a Car Stereo

A 2016 Mazda 6 refused to play one podcast in particular, and the car’s owner was vexed. Everything else was streaming over Bluetooth just fine. But it turns out that the titling of an audio track can be more important to car audio functionality than you might think, in specific and odd situations.

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Author: Andrew P. Collins

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