cd players


Asked by Jul 03, 2018 at 01:14 AM about the 2018 Honda CR-V

Question type: Car Selling & Trading In

if I could afford it I would trade in my 30 day old crv and find a vehicle with a cd player.  73 years old and do not need this frustration. health is not good.  will not live long enough to get another car.  if I did  number one would be a cd player!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Go to a place like CarToys or Best Buy and see if they have an aftermarket unit that looks good and can replace the factory unit or be added onto.

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Honestly, most places won't recommend changing that radio and likely won't have the parts. The simplest solution would be using a portable cd player and a Bluetooth Transmitter/Receiver. It would pair with your stereo through bluetooth and plug into the portable cd player through the 3.5mm headphone jack. Copy and paste link to see the type of item: Wireless/dp/B0185GZMMQ/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1496798499&sr=8- 5&keywords=bluetooth%20portable%20cd%20player&tag=vs-auto-convert-amazon-20


I've had three of those, different brands and they have no external rejection, so if someone pulls along side you and is talking on a two way it either goes all static or just blanks out, anything that has a transmitter effects them, cabs, patrol cars, tractor trailer rigs even ham radios.


No offense but the guy is 73 and just wants to play cd's. It'll cost $100 minimum to replace his radio with a basic aftermarket and that doesn't include installation cost. All he really needs is a computer and time. Just rip all the cd's to a computer and copy them to a usb flash drive. I was trying to keep it simple.

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