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Car CD changer

The car audio system is also called a car stereo system. A typical car audio system is designed to give an acoustic output into a car room by driving a loudspeaker with an amplifier in accordance with a sound signal supplied from an AM/FM tuner, a MP3 player, a cassette tape deck, a disk playback device such as a CD player or MD player, or an auto CD changer. A CD changer is a disc changer that can hold more than one audio disc and can be used to play songs from any of the discs being stored in the disc changer. Typical disc changers are separate components of a stereo system and can hold six, eight or ten discs such that the discs can be inserted in and removed from the disc changer separately. In order to reduce the number of times in which a user must physically transfer CDs to and from an audio system, many car audio systems are equipped with a CD changer unit that stores many audio CDs and that allows another piece of equipment in the audio system to control the CD-changer unit. The car CD changer stores a plurality of CDs as recording medium and plays back recorded information on a selected CD by a car driver's request. And the playback information on the CD is outputted as a sound with a speaker of the car audio device. In contrast to an audio unit that receives and plays a single CD, the CD-changer unit acts as a jukebox for storing, choosing, and playing many CDs. The user then has easy access to playing many CDs at any given time.


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