I already have a player in my 54 but I am tired of the same songs repeatedly. I could play songs in my library on my phone but I want something that will play for hrs. I have a portable cd player but every time I hit a bump it will stop playing for a few seconds. Also, I can play music with my phone through my hearing aids. Also, the phone will interrupt if a call comes in.
I have this with a USB or memory stick. Plugs in the cigarette lighter. Requires a 1/8 inch stereo plug from your radio. Actually the bluetooth will pick up the radio signal automatically. I just found that out this morning.
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I have one of those that plays through my radio that I bought from Mongo 13 years ago. I also can plug in a portable CD player and play through the radio. The only issue is that will shut off for 10 seconds with a jolt and it uses double A batteries.
That is similar to what I have I have been using it for at least 13 years but I am tired of the same songs over and over. When I had an HP computer it had a library where you can download songs and then transfer them to a memory stick. And as progress has been made there are better ways to play your music on the go. But where do get the songs that you play?? The songs that I have downloaded are of the time when I was going through a divorce after 35 years of what I thought was a happy one. So I am sure you can guess the genre of the songs.
I'm working on a solution to the AD radio and getting closer. It will fit in the stock spot, will have FM radio plus the ability to play for hours and hours (actually days) from a tiny micro SD memory card (inexpensive) and will be very small and won't use much power. Oh, it will have bluetooth ability, also...answer phone calls or accept podcasts, music, audio books, etc. Sorry it has taken so long but I don't like doing anything halfway and I have to directly import these units to get a decent price. Then adaptation for standard antenna connection has to be made and the mounting plate must be cast from fiberglass. Lately I've been thinking of moving the radio up/down and adding a slot either above or below the radio unit to hold a cell phone safely out of the way.
I put this in my 47 3600. It does Am,FM, Bluetooth, aux in, and usb, I can make phone calls with it and it sounds great, I put a subwoofer under the seat which it controls. The grill speakers are made by the same company. I put two 6x9 speakers behind the seat in the corner holes.