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I just bought a 09 Toyota camry - the stereo system (jbl) will take
I think up to 6 cd's at once - anyone hear of that for motorcycles ?
 

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Why would you want one?

If you burn it yourself 1 standard cd will hold upwards of 100 songs. You could put thousands on a thumb drive....

Multiple cds are so 90s...:p
 

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Why would you want one?

If you burn it yourself 1 standard cd will hold upwards of 100 songs. You could put thousands on a thumb drive....

Multiple cds are so 90s...:p
We are so 90's. Anybody know a website that explains how to do this? The wife is getting really POed. She can't figure out how to do it. Every time she toy's to download to mp3 format it won't work. Just downloads to regular cd.

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We are so 90's. Anybody know a website that explains how to do this? The wife is getting really POed. She can't figure out how to do it. Every time she toy's to download to mp3 format it won't work. Just downloads to regular cd.

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if you guys have smart phones with storage space just down load the songs to it. I've got almost 4k songs downloaded to a SD card on my phone. I stream it through bluetooth to my stock radio. Works great
 

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We are so 90's. Anybody know a website that explains how to do this? The wife is getting really POed. She can't figure out how to do it. Every time she toy's to download to mp3 format it won't work. Just downloads to regular cd.

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This is what I use as my cookbook. Works like a champ! This will allow you to put 80 to 100 songs on a cd.

This is originally from Zeus33 on HDForums.

I've had some problems making an mp3 music disk that would play in the Harmon Kardon on my RG. So I've figured out the problems and can now make the disks. I am sure others probably have run into the same problems so I thought I'd just post a little cook book on what I discovered. I am using windows vista so that's what these instructions are for. Someone else might want to post the differences when using other operationg systems, like the mac, or even other windows versions, like windows 95.

Here's my cookbook...

1. The music must be in MP3 format. The HK player won't recognize WMA (windows media) format or any other.

2. You can rip the above format using the windows media player. Just select the options menu item under the "rip" tab and set it to MP3 before you start, otherwise you'll get the wrong format. Then put in your music CD and press the "start rip" button. ( by the way, rip means - copy the music from the cd to your computer )

3. Here's the step I was doing wrong. I was using the windows explorer to burn the mp3 disk, and getting the wrong format. You should use the windows media player. Under the "burn" tab select the options menu item. Set the playlist type to "M3U", not "WPL". Windows will default the playlist to "WPL" (windows play list), and your disk will not work in anything other than a windows player. If you set it to "M3U" the disk will work in all industry standard players, including the Harmon Kardon on your bike. (Trust Microsoft to change the industry standard!! Typical windows crap)

4. Also under the burn tab make sure you select "Data CD".

Burn the disk, when it's done it will automatically close it out, or finalize it. Then it will work in the HK. It's really nice, it shows the artist and song name on the display when the song starts. I really like it.
 

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if you guys have smart phones with storage space just down load the songs to it. I've got almost 4k songs downloaded to a SD card on my phone. I stream it through bluetooth to my stock radio. Works great
4000 Songs!! You got a little to much time on your hands Bud...
 

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4000 Songs!! You got a little to much time on your hands Bud...
I said almost 4k songs. Not quite yet but with my 64gb SD card I can have more. I don't have any antenna issues as I removed it completely from the bike. I stream my music (almost 4k songs) commercial free through my cell phone via bluetooth. I can ride for days and not hear the same song twice.
 
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