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Has anyone tried to install in their GS?

Bull73

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Hello,
I have quite a few C's and was wondering how difficult it is to install a CD player in the GS?

Thnank,
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Bull73

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You know I have some on a USB but prefer the sound of the CD. Thanks for your input.
 

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My wife just got a 2019 GS with same question. What did you end up doing? What brands, etc? Thanks
Looks like there are still portable CD players with USB-A on Amazon. Ironically, they're now MORE expensive than they used to be. Seems like average price is somewhere around $50. There are some pushing $80 (!) with bluetooth.
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Get a Sony NW-A45 Walkman, rip CD to a FLAC format, load them on a SD card. Bluetooth or AUX jack it to the car and you'll probably won't notice a sound difference in a car audio system. A portable CD player would have to run through the AUX jack and adding a outside remote CD is going to be costly.
 
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