#1
A friend of mine's stereo has an ipod cord running into his dashboard and (so i guess) directly into his cd player. Im about to replace my old stereo (tape player so old it has the option for metal tapes) with a panasonic cd player. The cd player has the option for mp3 playback, but no auxillary port. What i would like to know is, is it possible to do that with this player? Its a CQ-C1303U panasonic.
#5
Last time I saw this thread someone mentioned the auxiliary input being the back.

Google says you can just play MP3 CDs.
Last edited by RPGoof at Feb 24, 2012,
#6
keep the tape player and get one of those cassettes that has a cord for input


or get one of those Mr. radio esque things that broadcasts your mp3 player to your radio.
#9
Oh ok cool. Another thing that confused me is that the instruction book showed a picture of the player, with an aux port at the lower right corner, but my player doesnt have it. But i got it for free, so im not complaining
#13
I would suggest getting one of those tapes with the plug thingies for your iPod.
Thats how I listen to my iPod with my CD player.
EDIT: CD/Tape player
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Last edited by faithsomemore at Feb 24, 2012,