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Old 07-14-2002, 07:05 PM   #1
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Can I play MP3 files in my car?

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3.32 Can I play MP3 files in my car? [IDB]
Unfortunately, MP3 (MPEG Layer 3) audio files written to a CD-ROM can not be played by any of the current "mainstream" head units or CD changers.

Many knowledgable individuals have spent hours installing PCs into their cars or building specialized hardware to play MP3 files in their car. Although many of these systems have been "hacked" together, there are now a number of commercially available systems that can be purchased and installed.

One of the best sources for information about playing MP3 files in your car is located at:

http://www.mp3car.com

This site provides links to many of the commercial products as well as the "hobbyist" projects that you could follow to build your own system.

CAF Note: MANY headunits now days have the capability to play MP3 encoded cdroms.
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