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Old 10-02-2003, 01:37 AM   #1
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Saw several previous questions but not many answers so thought I would give it a try

Have a 2003 SSEi. Would like to add a trunk mounted CD changer (Factory or ??). Any suggestions, cautions, part numbers, pictures, whatever appreciated.

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Is the wiring already in place?

Will the standard CD/Tape unit support it?

What about aftermarket?

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personally...wait first do you have a cd burner?

second...personally...if i were you i'd just get a MP3 cd player...i have one in my car its a panasonic...really nice...its on my car domain if you want to look at it...anyways...i can fit like 9-10 cds on one cd and it works just fine...its really up to you but id look into mp3s as a possible option...
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the stocl radio will work fine
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Guess I'm a bit behind. How do you get MP3 from computer to player in car? Is there an online site on MP3 players (car versions especially)?

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You can get a cd player that will play mp3'* burnt onto a cd-r or a radio with a Hard drive that you can upload your songs onto via udb in most cases.
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I can't imagine any other way to do car audio then MP3 cd'*. After using my Rockford Fosgate deck for a few months now i see the light.
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Best bet if you are going to go along those lines is to buy like a Kenwood kep or something along those lines. These have been around for awhile now, maybe 6 years or so if not longer.

http://ssiamerica.com/Merchant2/merc...egory_Code=CMP
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