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Different types of CD changer #41891
01/02/2006 22:57
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Hello ICE experts...

Assuming the cd changer in the boot that connects to your head unit is called a "magazine-type", what would you call the type where you feed the cd's into a slot in the head unit? This isn't for a coupé, it's a technical question about a car manufacturer that offers both types...

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Jim

Re: Different types of CD changer #41892
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Stacker IIRC

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Re: Different types of CD changer #41893
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Cool. I went for "Dash", but I think I like Stacker...

Re: Different types of CD changer #41894
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or slot loading or slot feed.

John

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Re: Different types of CD changer #41895
02/02/2006 00:02
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How about "single slot multi cd in-dash changer", it's catchy and anything to confuse a foreigner is worth doing

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Thought of a career in translating, Scooby?

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Nah, I prefer to write the original documentation for things, gives the translators something to do

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It does. Re-writing it in a language used by humans...!


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