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Old 21 Mar 2005, 06:43 pm   #1 (permalink)
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Hey Guys,

I'm looking for a Head Unit that can play MP3s burnt to a DVD. I dont need
a screen or anything, and i'm not trying to spend a whole lot. Just trying
to put lots of albums to a DVD and use only one disk.

any suggestions?

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Old 21 Mar 2005, 07:33 pm   #2 (permalink)
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On Mon, 21 Mar 2005 18:43:36 -0600, Smowk wrote:

> Hey Guys,
>
> I'm looking for a Head Unit that can play MP3s burnt to a DVD. I dont need
> a screen or anything, and i'm not trying to spend a whole lot. Just trying
> to put lots of albums to a DVD and use only one disk.
>
> any suggestions?
>
> smowk


http://www.aiwa.com

http://www.kenwood.com

http://www.jvc.com

I would put

http://www.alpine.com

but I have become disenchanted with their products. Back in the late
70's/80's you couldn't beat an Alpine cassette deck. I have had 2 (used)
Alpine CD players, and they suck. I have an Alpine cassette in my '85
Corolla, put it in in '93 and the thing is bullet-proof.

I have a JVC in my Supra that was in the Tercel before that. Works great.
I have a Sony Xplode in my '85 Celica and in an '83 Tercel wagon, they
work and sound well but have some issues with the face plates, they can
read CD text. Right now the JVC is my favourite because of some of the
features. I haven't tried an Aiwa yet, but I tink I will soon, becauses
everything else I have from Aiwa sounds very good and works very well. If
they followed through as well on their car stereos, they should be worth a
look.
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Old 21 Mar 2005, 08:54 pm   #3 (permalink)
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hachiroku <levin@ae86.gts> wrote in newsBK%d.11948$Ue6.3920@trndny04:

> On Mon, 21 Mar 2005 18:43:36 -0600, Smowk wrote:
>
>> Hey Guys,
>>
>> I'm looking for a Head Unit that can play MP3s burnt to a DVD. I
>> dont need a screen or anything, and i'm not trying to spend a whole
>> lot. Just trying to put lots of albums to a DVD and use only one
>> disk.
>>
>> any suggestions?
>>
>> smowk

>
> http://www.aiwa.com
>
> http://www.kenwood.com
>
> http://www.jvc.com
>
> I would put
>
> http://www.alpine.com
>
> but I have become disenchanted with their products. Back in the late
> 70's/80's you couldn't beat an Alpine cassette deck. I have had 2
> (used) Alpine CD players, and they suck. I have an Alpine cassette in
> my '85 Corolla, put it in in '93 and the thing is bullet-proof.
>
> I have a JVC in my Supra that was in the Tercel before that. Works
> great. I have a Sony Xplode in my '85 Celica and in an '83 Tercel
> wagon, they work and sound well but have some issues with the face
> plates, they can read CD text. Right now the JVC is my favourite
> because of some of the features. I haven't tried an Aiwa yet, but I
> tink I will soon, becauses everything else I have from Aiwa sounds
> very good and works very well. If they followed through as well on
> their car stereos, they should be worth a look.
>


NOT ONE of those 4 companies have one. I've yet to find an In-Dash DVD
player that supports MP3s burned to a DVD-R.
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Old 21 Mar 2005, 09:46 pm   #4 (permalink)
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Laptop.....................
and headphones.

>I'm looking for a Head Unit that can play MP3s burnt to a DVD. I dont need
>a screen or anything, and i'm not trying to spend a whole lot. Just trying
>to put lots of albums to a DVD and use only one disk.
>
>any suggestions?
>
>smowk




Remove "YOURPANTIES" to reply

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Old 21 Mar 2005, 10:23 pm   #5 (permalink)
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On Mon, 21 Mar 2005 20:54:51 -0600, Smowk wrote:

> hachiroku <levin@ae86.gts> wrote in newsBK%d.11948$Ue6.3920@trndny04:
>
>> On Mon, 21 Mar 2005 18:43:36 -0600, Smowk wrote:
>>
>>> Hey Guys,
>>>
>>> I'm looking for a Head Unit that can play MP3s burnt to a DVD. I
>>> dont need a screen or anything, and i'm not trying to spend a whole
>>> lot. Just trying to put lots of albums to a DVD and use only one
>>> disk.
>>>
>>> any suggestions?
>>>
>>> smowk

>>
>> http://www.aiwa.com
>>
>> http://www.kenwood.com
>>
>> http://www.jvc.com
>>
>> I would put
>>
>> http://www.alpine.com
>>
>> but I have become disenchanted with their products. Back in the late
>> 70's/80's you couldn't beat an Alpine cassette deck. I have had 2
>> (used) Alpine CD players, and they suck. I have an Alpine cassette in
>> my '85 Corolla, put it in in '93 and the thing is bullet-proof.
>>
>> I have a JVC in my Supra that was in the Tercel before that. Works
>> great. I have a Sony Xplode in my '85 Celica and in an '83 Tercel
>> wagon, they work and sound well but have some issues with the face
>> plates, they can read CD text. Right now the JVC is my favourite
>> because of some of the features. I haven't tried an Aiwa yet, but I
>> tink I will soon, becauses everything else I have from Aiwa sounds
>> very good and works very well. If they followed through as well on
>> their car stereos, they should be worth a look.
>>

>
> NOT ONE of those 4 companies have one. I've yet to find an In-Dash DVD
> player that supports MP3s burned to a DVD-R.



I'm sorry...I didn't RTFQ! No, I have been looking for one myself and have
yet to find one. Each of these offers a CD MP3 reader, but not DVD's yet.

I loaded quite a few MP3s onto a DVD; I can imagine it's going to have to
be a unit with a motorized screen to allow room for file management...

Check out Pioneer; they're always 1 step ahead of the game. i haven't
poked around Eclipse's web site yet. And believe it or not, Panasonic
sometimes snipes everyone else.
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Old 21 Mar 2005, 10:33 pm   #6 (permalink)
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On Mon, 21 Mar 2005 20:54:51 -0600, Smowk wrote:

> hachiroku <levin@ae86.gts> wrote in newsBK%d.11948$Ue6.3920@trndny04:
>
>> On Mon, 21 Mar 2005 18:43:36 -0600, Smowk wrote:
>>
>>> Hey Guys,
>>>
>>> I'm looking for a Head Unit that can play MP3s burnt to a DVD. I
>>> dont need a screen or anything, and i'm not trying to spend a whole
>>> lot. Just trying to put lots of albums to a DVD and use only one
>>> disk.
>>>
>>> any suggestions?
>>>
>>> smowk

>>
>> http://www.aiwa.com
>>
>> http://www.kenwood.com
>>
>> http://www.jvc.com
>>
>> I would put
>>
>> http://www.alpine.com
>>
>> but I have become disenchanted with their products. Back in the late
>> 70's/80's you couldn't beat an Alpine cassette deck. I have had 2
>> (used) Alpine CD players, and they suck. I have an Alpine cassette in
>> my '85 Corolla, put it in in '93 and the thing is bullet-proof.
>>
>> I have a JVC in my Supra that was in the Tercel before that. Works
>> great. I have a Sony Xplode in my '85 Celica and in an '83 Tercel
>> wagon, they work and sound well but have some issues with the face
>> plates, they can read CD text. Right now the JVC is my favourite
>> because of some of the features. I haven't tried an Aiwa yet, but I
>> tink I will soon, becauses everything else I have from Aiwa sounds
>> very good and works very well. If they followed through as well on
>> their car stereos, they should be worth a look.
>>

>
> NOT ONE of those 4 companies have one. I've yet to find an In-Dash DVD
> player that supports MP3s burned to a DVD-R.


http://shop.store.yahoo.com/discount...svindvpla.html

Clarion VS715 in-dash DVD/MP3 Player

Panasonic CQ-D5501U

There's a couple. It seems there are a lot of 'junk' brands from God Knows
Where that are offering them, but they are just starting to come out from
the name-brands MFG's. Pioneer does offer one too. Do your searching
carefully: in dash dvd audio seems to work...
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Old 21 Mar 2005, 10:43 pm   #7 (permalink)
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On Tue, 22 Mar 2005 03:46:33 +0000, MUADIBŪ wrote:

> Laptop.....................
> and headphones.


Get an Aiwa with an Aux Input and a stereo patch cable from the audio out
of the Laptop.

What were those little itty bitty machines? Libretto? I saw (on line) a
Prius with one attached to the bottom of the dash in the console to
monitor engine/electrical functions. Dude did all the programming
himself. Talk about nerds...

>
>>I'm looking for a Head Unit that can play MP3s burnt to a DVD. I dont need
>>a screen or anything, and i'm not trying to spend a whole lot. Just trying
>>to put lots of albums to a DVD and use only one disk.
>>
>>any suggestions?
>>
>>smowk

>
>
>
> Remove "YOURPANTIES" to reply
>
> MUADIBŪ
>
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>
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Old 21 Mar 2005, 10:45 pm   #8 (permalink)
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On Tue, 22 Mar 2005 03:46:33 +0000, MUADIBŪ wrote:

> Laptop.....................
> and headphones.
>
>>I'm looking for a Head Unit that can play MP3s burnt to a DVD. I dont need
>>a screen or anything, and i'm not trying to spend a whole lot. Just trying
>>to put lots of albums to a DVD and use only one disk.
>>
>>any suggestions?
>>
>>smowk

>
>
>
> Remove "YOURPANTIES" to reply
>
> MUADIBŪ
>
> http://www.angelfire.com/retro/sster...IN%20PAGE.html


Oh No!!!! He's a VW Hack!!!! (At least they're BEETLES!!!)
Remind me sometime to tell you of my experiences with VW owners (and bear
in mind where I live is more liberal than San Fransisco, if that's
possible...)

>
> one small step for man,.....
> One giant leap for attorneys.


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Old 22 Mar 2005, 09:31 am   #9 (permalink)
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Most of the companies sell an MP3/DVD/VCD/Cd player, but for some odd
reason, they don't support DVD-Rs...weird
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Old 22 Mar 2005, 09:36 am   #10 (permalink)
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hachiroku <levin@ae86.gts> wrote in news:heN%d.15379$qN3.4815@trndny01:

> http://shop.store.yahoo.com/discount...svindvpla.html
>
> Clarion VS715 in-dash DVD/MP3 Player
>
> Panasonic CQ-D5501U
>
> There's a couple. It seems there are a lot of 'junk' brands from God
> Knows Where that are offering them, but they are just starting to come
> out from the name-brands MFG's. Pioneer does offer one too. Do your
> searching carefully: in dash dvd audio seems to work...


If you look closely...like i said before...duh...

these will play mp3s burned to a CD, as well as a DVD Video disk, but not
MP3s burned to a DVD

Next suggestion...lol

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