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Just wondering if the 6 disk changer plays mp3 files or just plain old cd's. Thanks for any help.
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Thanks for the quick reply magnet.

Bummer :(

So what are the alternatives for using your mp3 player (I have a DELL Digital DJ) with the XLR? My wife's XLR was ordered with the XM player. Any hope, aside from the crappy FM transmitter solutions, of doing this easily?
 

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Nope

For some reason, 5+ (7+?) year old MP3 technology is considered unimportant or too new and too high tech for the XLR, even tho it would expand the CD changer from 6 albums to 60 albums (who would want that?).
:banghead

As I've said before, I'd trade the useless voice recognition system for the ability to play mp3's in one second.
:nopity

Of course to upgrade the CD changer would be difficult, if not impossible with all of the computer integration of components...

I'm sure we can count on Cadillac & GM to engineer a replacement module for a few hundred dollars to enable MP3 capability (yeah, right!!!). If you believe that, I've got an excellent, VERY profitable bridge for sale, it goes from Manhattan to Brooklyn--just email me if you are interested.
:glol

I wonder if the Viper RT-10 or the Ford GT40 (my Feb 08' XLR replacement????) will play an MP3. By then it will HAVE to be standard equipment on any car over $30K (unless the music companies own the car companies :) .

Annoying as it is, I still love my XLR--4 days till' Spring in NY, Yabadabadoo, here comes top-down, 4 wheel drifting weather! :reddevil
 
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