Looking to replace a broken Slave CD Player or add MP3 playback to your Honda ?
Look no further. Discountcarstereo.com offers a line of single CD's that can be controlled from the buttons on the factory radio in select 1994-04 Honda. These radio must have the ability to control an external Slave CD or CD Changer and will have a 14-PINn or an 8-PIN connector
on the back of the radio. The CDH-78MP3 installs in the dashboard below the radio
(replaces empty pocket) or to replace a non-functioning slave CD Player. With the ability to play MP3's the CDH-78MP3 becomes an easy decision to upgrade or replace the factory single CD player or to add MP3 playback capabilities to these vehicles.
» Plays CD, CD-R, CD-RW and MP3*
» Built-in Electronic Shock Protection (ESP) helps eliminate skips
» 8 times over sampling
» Frequency response 20-20,000 Hz
» Total harmonic distortion: 0.02%
» Signal-to-noise ratio 90dB
» Dimensions: 7-1/2 x 2 x 6-5/8 (W x H x D)
» Includes 14/8-pin plugs and 4 screws.
Footnotes: [ See drop-down menu below for reference]
* May require custom bracket to secure this player including 1994-97 Accord
** Must have pocket or opening below radio to install this player
*** For AM/FM/Tape Radio only. Not compatible with Navigation or DVD system
A note about * MP3 Music Playback
- This compact disc player can read back a maximum of 210 music tracks with your factory radio. If the disc has 150 or less MP3 tracks, the player automatically divides the tracks into a maximum of 6 folders with a maximum of 25 tracks in each folder. The number of folders will be determined by the number of tracks present. One folder will fill up first before tracks are placed into the next one, and tracks will be placed in sequential order beginning from the first folder. If the disc has more than 150 tracks but less than or equal to 210 MP2 tracks, the player automatically divides the tracks into a maximum of 6 folder, but with a maximum of 35 tracks each. These folders will be filled up in the same way as mentioned above. The folders can be accessed and controlled through the DISC UP and DISC DOWN button on your factory radio. The DISC number on the radio display is the folder number.