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Wednesday, November 09, 2005


I'm by no means a luddite, but my ability to listen to music anytime anywhere is definitely lacking.
For example, my car (a 1999 4Runner) sports a tape deck and a radio. It's not a bad sound system, but it is most definitely CD-less. At home, if I were so inclined to listen to a CD, I have one option: my computer. So in order to listen to music on a CD, I need to be sitting at my desk or have the volume turned up so that the music drifts through the house. Same goes for MP3's, although I do have the ability to borrow a friend's MP3 player, which then allows me an average of 10 songs at my disposal - as long as I don't mind the earbuds.
So, again, CDs are computer-only, and the car is tape-only. AND... I have no actual way to record a CD onto a cassette tape.

Help me.
posted by hilary at 10:18 AM |


Blogger ~ Jayme ~ said...

I sure was glad to get a CD player in the new truck. Now I listen to more music than Chad Before the truck, Chad listened to more music than me. Go

11/09/2005 12:44 PM  
Blogger Tedd said...

Well, now I've got some options for your Christmas present..

11/09/2005 12:55 PM  
Blogger Kurticus Maximus said...

You can get a little adapter that has a tape connected to a wire which plugs into your headphone jack, so as to play an mp3 player or portable cd player through a tape deck. Like this one.

Additionaly, you should buy an iPod. Because they're sweet. Or, learn to whistle really well.

11/10/2005 8:25 PM  
Blogger Roy said...

iPods. Give in Hilary, they are the way forward. I have a 30gb and I can pretty much play it wherever I am, mind you if you hate earbuds then you might have problems. But, if you get the iTrip thing then you can play it in anyone's car, as everyone has radio.

I for one cannot live without my 'pod

11/19/2005 1:45 PM  

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