Between the stiffness of my 2005 XKR’s suspension and the bad condition of local roads, the CD changer isn’t very useful. I would like to try a CD changer emulator. Can someone send me a picture of the CD changer outlet on the back of the stereo so I can look for one that’s compatible? (An emulator allows you to plug in a USB device such as a flash drive as the source thus avoiding problems when you hit bumps.)
I don’t have a picture,but I know that there are a couple of Bluetooth adapters that connect in line with the CD player. That’s the route I plan on going at some point lol. I know it’s not what you asked for, but figured I’d throw it out there,
Your idea is certainly worth mentioning for those who use their phone as their music source. I’m more a more old school type and hope to have my music collection look like (huge) CDs to the music system. Thanks for your thoughts.
Oh yes I have about 400 or so CDs in my collection too. Ive been tempted to put an aux jack in my console, just not sure which way I want to go
I bought one at Radio Shack that I insert into my cassette player and it allows my smart phone to play music from my phone. My car has the Harman Kardon Premium Sound System.
That was about a $2000 option on this car!
That’s right-- I have one too, it’s called a cassette adapter.
Talking to myself here but it does work very well.
I bought one of the cigarette lighter Bluetooth adapters on Amazon for $15. I’m happy with it so far