no cd player?

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  1. huggytree

    huggytree Gold Member

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    i havent read the manual yet or spent too much time looking, but last night i couldnt find the cd player.....

    what?

    am i that old?

    i still remember having a car with an 8 track....now weve moved on from cd players too?

    i will miss watching dvd's with the kids in the cars

    is this 44 year old man already losing his cool? i dont own a mp3 player
     
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    MoparGuy1 Senior Hellcat Member

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    No CD player. Same system as my Grand Cherokee and I had to order the CD player as an option. The thing takes up most of my console and I haven't used it once. I wish I hadn't ordered it.

    I do not believe it's even an option on the Hellcat though.
     
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    I didn't even know mine had a radio, just kidding I like to listen to the motor.:cool::cool::cool:
     
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    MoparGuy1 Senior Hellcat Member

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    i'd suggest just get yourself an iPod and keep it plugged into the car. You'll never miss the CD player. As for watching movies in the car, well you're on your own on that one.
     
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    Bluetooth, Aux input...What's a CD player???
     
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    they also have SD memory card reader in the center console.
     
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    Download songs on your phone and play them via Bluetooth
     
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    CDs are so yesterday. Find a 10 year old kid. He/she will hook you up.
     
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    ChallengerDad SRT Hellcat Moderator Staff Member Gold Supporting Member

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    I transferred all of my CDs to my PC, then converted them to MP3s. I have a memory stick that I use for listening to my music - all MP3s now (yeah, I still have the CDs - collecting dust on my media rack).
    I have about 700 songs on the memory stick - with plenty of room for a lot more.
     
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    Boy, LMAO :):):):):):)
     
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    Tammie SRT Hellcat Moderator Staff Member Gold Supporting Member

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    Here is the nice balance...you can get in car wifi. that's what I did. Now my daughter can use the wifi wherever we are and watch whatever she wants. I have a Netflix account so she can watch a movie on the iPad, hooked to the wifi wherever she wants. It's crazy how fast technology changes. I was upset for about a second about no CD player and remembered I only used it at Christmas to play my favorite Christmas song. I added it to my iPhone so now they are all on there. I use my older iPhone and just keep it plugged into the car. It has an ip number so I always have a back up phone in the car. Really, there are a lot of options, but yes, get the kids to help!!:D
     
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    I bought an external hard drive for about $60 and I keep it in center console plugged in all times. It's small.

    I have close to 500 cd's and it took a few nights to transfer them all to it via my laptop. A pain in the ass? Yes, but well worth it. I can now take my entire library with me anywhere/anytime.

    I've plugged it into a few other vehicles and works great!
     
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    A 32 GB SD card will hold 8000 songs. Copy your CDs to the card. That should keep you entertained.
     
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    I remember when I went from CD's to a flash drive. It was so much better. Then I got a nice Pioneer touch-screen in my Super Duty a few years ago and just stream it wirelessly using Bluetooth from my iPhone. I have all of my music on my phone. My phone is always with me, so it's perfect. I can create my own playlists in iTunes and download any new song or album I want wherever I am. I have over 2000 songs on my iPhone and can stream wirelessly to my home theater receiver, my truck, Hellcat, and a few other devices that I have (portable JBL speaker, etc.) It really is the best setup. I really miss it when driving my Charger because I can't stream to it. Plus besides the songs I own, I can stream Pandora to all of these things. I really like Pandora, I get to discover all kinds of new bands/artists that I might otherwise have never heard. And it's only $3.99/mo.
     
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    magnummrk SRT Hellcat Supporter Gold Supporting Member

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    LOL!

    I will have to have my nephew help!

    I actually was ready for the car so I put most of my music on a flash drive
     
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