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What is your prefered music source?

What is your favorite music source?

  • Streaming (Apple/Google/Spotify/Pandora)

  • SiriusXM

  • FM / HD-Radio

  • CD / Tapes

  • iPod / Flash Drive / SD Card


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Transeau

Well-Known Member
I flip between my own playlists and SiriusXM.
I default to my Apple Music playlists, depending on mood.
If a pax gets in that I think may not like my current music, I'll switch to the one of the preset stereotyping stations.

Would anyone be interested in sharing some of their playlists for the the streaming services?
 

KD_LA

Well-Known Member
Author
While Ubering: FM radio fixed on a contemporary mix station, no changes or aux cord allowed.
While driving for myself: 50/50 mix of same radio station and my phone's mp3 albums.
 

Kodyhead

Well-Known Member
I use FM right now but prefer xm/sirius but have been torturing sales reps as they dont seem to give me what I want anymore for like $1.75 a month

I would love to use spotify fulltime but cant filter the curse words
 

JLaw1719

Active Member
Mostly YouTube and Google Play during the rides. My favorite music at this point is Synthwave so I always just have a channel by NewRetroWave playing. It’s “safe for work” and I haven’t had a negative response to it yet.

Podcasts and audiobooks in between rides usually.
 

Brunch

Well-Known Member
SiriusXM mainly. Every once in awhile I'll use the free version of Spotify.

I use FM right now but prefer xm/sirius but have been torturing sales reps as they dont seem to give me what I want anymore for like $1.75 a month

I would love to use spotify fulltime but cant filter the curse words
Dang, they gave it to you for that little? It's like $5 a month that they'll go down to. 6 months for $30 is the special rate.
 

MHR

Well-Known Member
Moderator
I use Amazon and for early mornings I’ll use a “crafty afternoon” playlist, for afternoons I use a “cleaning the house” playlist. They’re not songs I even know but they seem to be liked by pax.

I had Sirius and loved it but didn’t want to pay for it any longer.
 

Trafficat

Well-Known Member
Moderator
My pax can change the radio in my car to what they like, but I also have it set up so they can connect by bluetooth to my car radio if they want.
 
I live in a college town, so its Pandora Today's Hits. No aux cord. However that can backfire too. Last time i said no aux cord, I had 4 drunk college coeds playing music via a phone speaker and they were all singing at the top of their lungs.
 
As a pax in a black car it’s almost always NPR.

In my own, I usually go FM HD classical and ask if the pax have a preference. Almost all the sober ones say no.
 

nickd8775

Well-Known Member
I have an HD radio in my car and my city has some great stations on HD2 sub channels, all with no commercials. Only downside is that the HD2 stations don't go as far as the main FM stations. So pretty much, any "long trips" I have to choose a different source, usually it's streaming the same HD2 stations
 
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