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My 2012 Pilot had the music Hard Drive to record the CD's that were played. I have an extensive collection of CD's and miss not having the CD player to play and record them in my PP. The dealer suggested I get an iPod and record the CD's to it and plug that into the PP for my personal music selections. I guess that's my only choice. Suggestions?
 

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I found a way to get 64gb of music on the My Honda Music. It will only accept 8gb at a time, so I just used 4 different drives and downloaded them to My Honda Music one at a time.
 

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I use my Honda music too / I would figure out a way to add your favorite cds to the system or invest in the Honda CD player but I’m glad my PP does not have one as I don’t have 1 cd but have lots of music ?
 

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This will not solve your specific problem but do be aware that a single-disc CD player is a Honda accessory for the Passport. Check with your dealer.
 

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I use my Honda music too / I would figure out a way to add your favorite cds to the system or invest in the Honda CD player but I’m glad my PP does not have one as I don’t have 1 cd but have lots of music ?
Where would they install the Honda CD player?
 

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I think I might be the only Passport owner here who bought the CD player. It was $500 bucks, negotiated in my original deal.

Since I plan on keeping this "forever" and owning 1000 (or more) CDs and constantly burning new ones on my iMac, I just wanted one and did not mind the price.

Bottom, line it I really like it and listen to it every day to & from work...!
 

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I was in the same boat when I had a Jeep. They pulled an Apple and deemed CDs obsolete. Fast forward found out my iPod was obsolete also. Moved to US!B drive and XM radio for low cell areas but mainly stream everywhere now.
Even converted the house to Sonos. Music everywhere, 90 million songs when I want it :cool:
 

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So, what would it have cost Honda to slip in that single CD at the factory on all trims? My guess is about $25.

The cost cutting and corner cutting by all manufacturers is ridiculous.
 

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I too wanted to play cDs. Bought a $20 Coby portable player on Amazon. Plugged it in to the Aux input in the console with a 3.5 Male to male cable. Surprisingly, it sounds really good.
 

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I too wanted to play cDs. Bought a $20 Coby portable player on Amazon. Plugged it in to the Aux input in the console with a 3.5 Male to male cable. Surprisingly, it sounds really good.
pshadoa, when playing your CD's through the Coby player, are they then recorded onto the hard drive in the PP?
 
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