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Re: best option for 10-disk cd changer for '97 M3 (archive)

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Posted by Kordos on June 26, 2000 at 15:57:22:

In Reply to: best option for 10-disk cd changer for '97 M3 posted by Brian C on June 25, 2000 at 23:12:00:

Looking around at Best Buy, they had some changers that broadcast over FM to your radio. Not sure how you skip disks and tracks, probably a little remote. They were reasonably priced.

I'm going to deal with having only one disc in at a time, and get an MP3-capable in-dash unit.

Kordos

: I'd like to add a 10-disk changer to my stock radio. The BMW factory 6-disk and 10-disk changers are outrageously expensive. Is there another option such as going with an aftermarket changer and using it with my stock radio?

: Thanks
: Brian C




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