Question about Panasonic Used Technics SL-PD887 5-Disc CD Changer and Philips CD-920 Player for Repair
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
My records do not indicate that they are compatible but are unclear, there may be some special connector used, none is listed however. Although if the cd changer is not a direct plug in, you can use an FM modulator. This device plugs in between (or wireless ones sit near) the antenna and radio transmiting a signal of it's own usually around 88.5 or so. Your cd changer or any other audio device plugs in to the modulator and it transmits the audio signal via an FM radio station. You then tune in your radio to the designated frequency and you're done. The only problem is weather or not your cd changer has a controller built in to facilitate this type of install.
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
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