Question about Car Audio & Video
You can use any CD changer that has an FM modulater. You would listen to it by tuning in to a station on your tuner.
The sales person at any place that sells car stereos would be able to show you the right type of changer.
If your radio has a cd changer controller built into it, you need to check with the dealership to find out what the OEM changer would be. But a FM modulator will work with any car stereo.
Kenwood, Pioneer, JVC, Clarion, Alpine all sell FM modulator CD changers. I would not personally buy any of the cheaper no name brands. The money you save on the cost is not worth the difference in quality. Panasonic is a very good brand for car stereos but not home stereos, but I don't know if they make CD changers. if they do, that would be a good brand.
Posted on Jun 18, 2008
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