Suzuki Vitara S - CD player - rickety

My new car doesn't have a CD player built in - only USB and SD slots.

I'd prefer to use CDs rather than downloading my music.

Is there a portable CD player available that is suitable to plug in via the 12V socket?

Suzuki Vitara S - CD player - liammcl

these will play cds and dvds but only have a 2 hour play time from the internal batteries
www.ebay.co.uk/itm/New-7-5-Inch-Portable-DVD-Playe...G-


or a 12v to 240v inverter (just make sure the inverter's wattage is well above the cd players (it'll say the wattage on the back of the cd player)

www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Car-Power-Inverter-150W-12V-DC-...5
and just use a 3 pin plug to power a box standard , mains home cd player..

Cheers
Liam

Edited by liammcl on 01/10/2016 at 03:17

Suzuki Vitara S - CD player - liammcl

A bit clearer post than mine above...

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These will play cds and dvds,
but only have a 2 hour play time from the internal batteries.
(they can then be recharged slowly? from the 12v socket or at home 240v)
www.ebay.co.uk/itm/New-7-5-Inch-Portable-DVD-Playe...G-

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The other route is to get a cheap mains cd player (boom box)
eg
www.tesco.com/direct/tesco-boombox-with-cd-fm-radi...1


and a 12v to 240v inverter
(just make sure the inverter's wattage is well above the cd players (it'll say the wattage on the back of the cd player)
eg
www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Car-Power-Inverter-150W-12V-DC-...5
and just use a 3 pin plug to power a box standard , mains home cd player..

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if you fancying tinkering..
there are some regulators from 12-15v down to 9volt , 2a, 3amps
which you could power straight to the battery case.. (eg, if 6 C batteries)

just some ideas... to start the stones rollin' ;)

Cheers
Liam

Edited by liammcl on 01/10/2016 at 03:31

Suzuki Vitara S - CD player - bolt

How are you going to connect to internal amp, ie does it have line in/Aux connector?

 

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