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neo Car Jukebox 2002-11-05 01:15:40
by smokey
Has anyone seen this? Is it junk?

Re: neo Car Jukebox 2002-11-05 14:40:57
by calamon
It brings to me the eternal question: Why the hell would you want an mp3 player in your car?
Re: neo Car Jukebox 2002-11-05 15:32:35
by stale
I don't think that calamon needs to be glorified with a response to his/her question.
Re: neo Car Jukebox 2002-11-05 17:10:00
by forge
That's kinda the bomb, but god DAMN it's ugly.
Yea, Calamon who/whatever "it" is should remove their head from their ass to make way for the mp3 player along with my boot
Re: neo Car Jukebox 2002-11-05 18:15:51
by Anonymous
Should also prepare to kiss "By Proxy" the frog...
Re: neo Car Jukebox 2002-11-06 11:01:57
by stale
The dick frog! Yes!
Re: neo Car Jukebox 2002-11-07 12:55:07
by smokey
It is prett damn ugly, isn't it. I read a few reviews on it though and they were all good. Kenwood and Sony both have something similar, but less storage and more $$$. Go figure. I think I'm going to wait a few and see if anything else hits the market. If I did buy this one, I definitly would mount that control panel anyware. Prolly just keep it next to my seat and pick it up when I need it.
Re: neo Car Jukebox 2002-11-07 12:55:48
by smokey
Doh, "wouldn't mount"
Re: neo Car Jukebox 2002-11-09 17:49:44
by marasmus
Hard disk based storage in a car is generally a bad idea. You've got high shock situations, way too much heat, awful grounding, rather inconsistent power delivery... If looking for a high-capacity storage for MP3 in your car, you can either get an MP3-compatible CD changer unit (Alpine has some incredible ones), or wait about 6 months until the firmware is updated in the aforementioned CD changers so they can read DVD's (they're already using DVD-compatible hardware). At that point, you can have 6-12 DVD's stuffed with MP3's in your trunk, which should last you a solid MONTH of music, if not more. :)