So if you think CD's are old Technology, how old do you think SD Cards are? I know they are still being used, but you cannot condemn people for using old technology when SD Cards are now 13 yrs old! So who is advocating that customers using this new tangled technology called the SD card, when people would have been better buying the the MP3 connection of the USB Connection.
Then at the end of the day it is there choice. If they think the when it comes to selling their car in the future someone is more likely to buy it because it has a gramma phone in it or a record player and not a DAB, then that is their choice. It is not up to us to mock there choices.... Just maybe laugh at how bizarre their choices seem to us.
Damn, have a bad day or something, words like condemn & mock are far from what my post was discussing, so god knows where you pulled them out from, chill fella, nobodies flaming anyone here.
If you had actually understood the context of the post instead of reading friction into it, where none existed, you would see the point I was making, which was, cd's only allow a limited amount of storage, whereas sd cards can store a fair bit more which means you don't have to constantly swap media.
Also if using cd's, you'd have to store these in a limited space glovebox or side pocket which would mean using a fairly bulky cd storage wallet, but look at the size of sd cards, you could store hundreds of these in a wallet & imagine the amount of tunes you can get on them, if its a mk1 rns, its about 4-500 tunes, if its a mk2 rns then its thousands, think that's a very valid point to make.
Also, the nav unit uses the same drive for cd's or nav dvd if no changer fitted, so to take the nav dvd out constantly would more than likely cost you the dvd from scratches etc which are £200 from audi, when convenience alone is worth using the sd slots for for increased storage & the nav dvd doesn't get touched very often or at all & therefore maintains its quality.