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Has anyone found a simple way to play CDs in the Palisade. Yes I am showing my age but I have a lot of material on CDs that I would like to listen too while driving this awesome vehicle.
 

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Ok, what is required to accomplish that. USB drives I understand. What type of device would I need to accomplish this specifically?
 

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Thank you, I will explore that option as I have a Mac and it should be doable.
 

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Create your music in a folder on your home computer, and when you have a ton of music, copy the contents of that folder to a "low profile" usb drive for the car. I would keep that folder on your computer as a backup, so that if anything happens to your usb drive, you can just copy the contents back to another usb drive.
You really do want to use a low profile usb drive so that you don't break it when its plugged in, in the car.
Just search Amazon for a low profile drive.
 

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Another possible solution is a portable car Bluetooth CD player. Just pair it’s bluetooth audio output with you vehicle and the audio should come out the speakers. It’s small enough to fit in the console. See link below.

 

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Assuming you have an iPhone or Android phone you could just rip the CDs to your Mac (as described above) and then just sync the songs to your phone and play from your phone in the car - either through Bluetooth or Apple Car Play or Android Auto. I think this is the most simple method.
 

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Just rip them to a usb drive...
I copied some .cda files to a stick but they are not recognized by the car at the usb port. It lists the radio only. The mode button just turns the radio off but no other media choices show up. Is ripping different than just a file copy?
 

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I copied some .cda files to a stick but they are not recognized by the car at the usb port. It lists the radio only. The mode button just turns the radio off but no other media choices show up. Is ripping different than just a file copy?
It's not quite that simple....as you've found out. You want to "rip" the CD to MP3 format.
This video, along with many others, will give you the general (or even specific) idea. Let us know how you make out.
 

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Well, it's several months later and I believe that a way has been found to block that procedure.
I was able to also do it months ago, but not now. Something is not working. It won't rip.
 

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sounds crazy, I use a Radio CD Player. It is Sony Bluetooth Digital Turner. It can streams music from different audio devices, provided they are compatible with the unit. Fantastic music listening experience guaranteed
 

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Another possible solution is a portable car Bluetooth CD player. Just pair it’s bluetooth audio output with you vehicle and the audio should come out the speakers. It’s small enough to fit in the console. See link below.

This looks like your best bet.
 

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Not sure this will work. I've been asking and it seems those players will not transmit blue tooth to car. I found one with a speaker and waiting for it to arrive. It is rechargeable, too.
 

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Can you see folder names when you burn the song to a folder? Can you see file names? Sometimes I don't want a random order played and just one album. Is that possible using a USB jump drive? Label the folders according to the album name?
 
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