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Old 04-14-2011, 08:58 PM   #1
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Built in cassette player to mp3 player

My Prowler has a build in cassette player for in house and I was wondering if anyone has had any luck removing the door of the player to use one of those mp3 converters?
Any input perhaps?
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I use one all the time. Love it. You dont remove the door. It just goes in like a tape. Wire stays out. Dont buy the cheapest one and dont buy "monster" brand. JMHO.
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I use one all the time. Love it. You dont remove the door. It just goes in like a tape. Wire stays out. Dont buy the cheapest one and dont buy "monster" brand. JMHO.

Excellent, thank you. I was going to rip the door off.
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I have a spare adapter if you want one.
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I have a spare adapter if you want one.

Thank you Wa that is very kind of you and nothing better than fellow rv'er's .
Very respectfully no thank you, I should have several but a wonderful offer.
Your very kind.
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Likewise, I pro ably have a few in the garage you could have
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Here is a good quality one from Maxell around $10
Amazon.com: Maxell P-10 Cassette Adapter: Electronics

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LOL Thanks folks, i was just wondering if it would work with a door on the player rather than a tray like a truck would have.
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