take off the dash then you need to unscrew the CD player and pull out the wire. (make sure that you have the harness for the new CD player and for the car.) splice the old wires and reatach them with the new harness wires,(they should be color coded and matched) then plug the new car adapter harness into the harness for the CD player. After all that, plug your antenna adapter into the back of the CD player and then screw everything back in. Note that you might need the dash installation kit, because usually the CD players are smaller than the stock players. -Shocker
I don't think there was a factory CD player for the 1988 corvette. The Bose was a cassette player that measures 1.5 din
Yes there are cassette player with rechargeable batteries. Even if you buy cassette player that runs on ordinary batteries, you can just replace it with rechargeable ones.
bash it with a hammer.
If it was factory... it is a Delco.
You need to buy an mp3 player and get a cassette adapter for your headphone jack. If you have a cassette in the car.
you can replace your radio with any factory Nissan radio made from 1995 and earyler newer radios (96 -05) have a diffrent harness
A Cassette player
I'm using anecdotal experience here, so I can't guarantee it to be 100% accurate, but the last car I recall seeing with an OEM cassette player (it also had a CD player) was the PT Cruiser/Prowler.
This is depending on the year of the cassette player and the type of cassette player. However even though you get the best cassette player you will still run into the problem of a cassette being eaten.
My Cassette Player was created on -20-04-03.
The word cassette is a noun. I know that we use it as an adjective for things like cassette player, but that really means a player of cassettes.
A CD player offers a superior sound then a cassette player in which the cassette player offers a low quality stero sound.
Yes, there was a factory CD player in a1992 Buick Regal. It was separate from the radio like the cassette player. It was referred to as a Remote or Slave CD player.
a 2004 Pontiac grand prix has a CD player not a cassette player.
A cassette Walkman is a handheld music player which you put a cassette in and headphones in the listen to music.
I suggest getting a portable cassette player and hook it up to a FM transmitter. However, it would be much less of a hassle to buy a different stereo for your car that has a cassette player.
The best brand of a jogging cassette player is the Sony Walkman
A normal quality car cassette player costs about $25. If you already have a cassette player, you can purchase a cable to connect it to your car's audio panel.
The installation of a car cassette player is pretty easy to install, you will only need a few tools and up to an hour to install a car cassette player.
The cassette recorder was introduced by the Philips Corporation in 1963.
I have it on cassette tape. I play it on my cassette tape player.
You will need two cassette players, an audio cable, and some time. Put the cassette you want to copy in a player (now on referred to as the first player), and plug in an audio cable to the headphone jack. Connect this cable to the microphone jack of the other player; insert the blank cassette in this player. Make sure the tapes don't need to be rewound. On the player with the blank cassette, press record. On the first player (with the material you want to copy), press play. Give the first player enough time to finish playing, and your tape will be transferred! Press stop on the other cassette player.
This is sort of a guess, but I would say no. My '96 has only the cassette player/radio. I think that the CD player was an option or an after market addition. FriPilot
The cast of The Cassette Player - 2013 includes: Mojtaba Mousavi