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If you have an am FM CD player in car you cannot play cassettes. Is there an adapter that allows you to do this?

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2005-10-25 21:09:13
2005-10-25 21:09:13

if theres an input plug you can put a cassette player in your car and hook it up to run it through the car speakers

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