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Old 16 Aug 2007, 03:17 am
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Default What MP3 CD changer brand can work with the factory Radio/CD controler for Integra 1994?

I would like to know what MP3 CD changer brand name can work with the orginal Radio/CD control for Integra 1994? Infact few years ago when I bought a CD changer for this car the dealer told me that I have to select Alpine brand name inorder to work with this acura factory controller. This Alpine CD changer still hooked up and working, but I like to have changer that plays MP3.Thanks you very much
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Old 16 Aug 2007, 03:20 am
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IF you have a tape player, you can play any Mp3 or CD player using it. You need an adapter that goes into the car's tape player (can get them at WAL MART), it also looks like a tape with a wire coming out at them end. The wire than goes into the MP3/CD players headphone slot, and it works fine.
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