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Music you'd like to listen to right now, but can't - because you sold it or gave it away

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5 minutes ago, BillF said:

Yes, a collection of just under1,000 items amassed over 50 years sold for a total of £1,200 to members of this board.

Cool!

 

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I have a twenty year old Prius that came with a 6-disc built-in changer,
so that’s my method, but when I read stories like this, I wonder if I really
ever want to get anything newer - especially something that would enable
me to attach an iPod Touch.

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1 hour ago, rostasi said:

I have a twenty year old Prius that came with a 6-disc built-in changer,
so that’s my method, but when I read stories like this, I wonder if I really
ever want to get anything newer - especially something that would enable
me to attach an iPod Touch.

Good article. It’s kind of what you assume but now we see the cold facts. 

 

The beauty of the CD changer is ease of use but for me only if you have the cartridge version in the trunk (so you can change them over inside the house and not sit there like a doofus waiting for the dash version to change one at a time with all the hassle that involves). My present car accepts just one CD which is basically so it can accept software that way. I use it for music because I find that easiest (but I’d prefer the changer for variety). Playing from the phone I find usually a hassle. It can also play mp3s from a memory stick or CD-R but I can’t be bothered with that. 

 

So the changer ruled. I’m glad the car has a better memory of who I know and where I’ve been than I do. 

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