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Cd changer/Player Were Best To Fit It

Hello, all need pictures please and advice where is best to fit a cd player in a 930 turbo 87 .


Thanks for any help.

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You mean a changer? Under the passenger seat works, or in the front compartment. I did the latter - mounted the bracket for my Sony 6 CD changer to the lid of the smuggler's box and routed the cable to the interior alongside the front panel air duct.

I don't have a picture because I just removed it a couple days ago. I'm tossing the CD and replacing it with an Alpine iDA-X001 and going to my iPod exclusively. CD's are obsolete
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I prefer Minidisc, no jumping like CD's.
You can get DVD reading players now that will read mp3's burnt onto a DVD. Also you can get memorycard reading mp3 players. These are quite expensive though compared to a Minidisc player used off ebay. I have 3 players.
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