I have three questions: 1) what can I play the shuffle through my car stereo system? (2) can I download music on Amazon? (3) can I use the a/c plug that came with my Kindle to load form a socket a/c?

(1) can I play my shuffle through my ca stereo?

(2) can I download music on Amazon?

(3) can I use the a/c plug that came with my Kindle to charge the shuffle of a socket a/c?

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(1) you will need to check the documentation for the stereo system in your car for devices supported, to ensure compatibility with the USB port on the car stereo system.  If the car has a "taken auxiliary input" (a mini jack stereo - looks like the headphone jack), you can connect the shuffle (or any device) it and 'play' the shuffle.

(2) music from Amazon is in regular MP3 format.  MP3 work with iTunes; You can add MP3 files to iTunes from any source.  Once in iTunes, you can synchronize files MP3 song for the shuffle, in the same way as a song on iTunes Store AAC files.  There is no difference.  NOTE: Amazon has a Mac app to add songs purchased directly in the iTunes library.

(3) may, if it provides sufficient power, and it has a standard USB port on this subject.  We recommend that you use USB port on the computer or an Apple power adapter.

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