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80 mg of tunes don't fit on a 80 mg CD-R. 79 mg fits:upeyes:
 

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If you convert those mg's to min's they will fit. :rofl:


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Don't know how to do that:crying: Is the sound quality the same:headscratch:
 

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If you convert those mg's to min's they will fit. :rofl:


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Don't know how to do that:crying: Is the sound quality the same:headscratch:
Okie, get your brick out. He's messing with you. The std. CD is rated at 80 min, not mg.
 

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80 mg of tunes don't fit on a 80 mg CD-R. 79 mg fits:upeyes:
Some space is needed for the writing/reading info. One of the downsides of the digital world.:sigh:
 

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I get a brick for less than that.'08.
 

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okie, get an ipod converter.or even one of those ipod radio thingies. that plug into your AC outlet and play over a radio frequency.:wavey:




mines wirred straight into the sterrio:supergrin:
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Won't play in the pickup
I'll bet they will! Your truck radio should have the ability to accept a cable that will let you plug in a USB drive. Go visit your local stereo shop. It's cheap, it's reliable, and you'll never have to listen to commercials again!

I fixed mine up a month ago, and hid the stuff in the center consol. Nice and clean, and I make up the playlists on different drives so I just plug and play.
 

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<----Has a tape player in his truck.



Mr. HE:cool:
 
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