Question about Car Audio & Video
I own a 1994 Ford Exlporer and when we use a casste player that allows sound to be played through ipods/psp/cd-player, the side of the track switches by itself to side 2-1 then it ejects itself, any hepl?
I think you are saying you are using a cassette adapter to play the external iPod/PSP etc. and I presume the cassette plays regular tapes OK. The auto-reverse cassette player thinks the 'tape' is over, so reverses then ejects. You can try putting in a regular tape, change sides then eject. Try the adapter again. Hopefully the adapter will work in 'one' direction.
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