Adding a CD player

WXman

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OK, so I'm old school and I would like to actually PLAY my CDs in my JL. I don't want to go through the hassle of converting all my music to digital format...I just want to play the friggin' CDs.

Best way to go about doing that? Go....
 

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OK, so I'm old school and I would like to actually PLAY my CDs in my JL. I don't want to go through the hassle of converting all my music to digital format...I just want to play the friggin' CDs.

Best way to go about doing that? Go....
I got a portable one from Amazon, it’s about the size of a CD itself that plugs into the auxiliary port. Sounds great. Think it was somewhere around 60 bucks.
 

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spend a lot of time today looking at options. A portable Walkman type seems to be the only reasonable way. There are some out there that are USB formatted and the headunit sees the cd like an iPod. Costly to say the least. I still have tons of CD’s and when I want to play one I use the aux input and stock up on batteries.
 
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