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Keep your eyes on the road…moreso.
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I’m aware that multi-disc changers already exist, but if you have thirty cd’s in the car and change them often, this will be a welcome novelty.

You put one cd in, it spits the other one out of a slot below, so as to minimize the time required changing cd’s. So instead of having to hit eject, pull one disc out, find a spot for it, grab the other disc, and put it in, now you grab the other disc, put it in, then wait for a more suitable time to put the other one away. Get it?

yabba do yabba dabba, Apr 19 2004

(?) Dual player http://www.d-mpro.c...r.asp?FolderID=1517
[kbecker, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]


       Use two players. If you have space for a 19" rack try the unit in the link. I heard it works well.
kbecker, Apr 19 2004

       [churn] Like a cd 'stack'?
zen_tom, Oct 14 2004

       I'm not sure what that is, zen_tom.
yabba do yabba dabba, Oct 15 2004

       But I normally want to eject a certain cd that I am bored with, not necessarily the one at the end of the line.
Ling, Oct 15 2004

       there's no line--it's just one-in, one-out.
yabba do yabba dabba, Oct 15 2004

       Gotcha. You mean new IN then old OUT, instead of the usual old OUT then new IN.
(If you see what I mean)
Sounds good.
Ling, Oct 15 2004

       Ahh sorry, I was thinking of a multi cd changer with this functionality - and stack may be the wrong term; you put one in, the oldest one pops out the other side.
zen_tom, Oct 15 2004

       Use an mp3 player.
pashute, Feb 04 2009

       It should fire them into the back seat like a frisbee.
wagster, Feb 04 2009


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