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Author Topic: Is it possible to play other formats (mp3 - Mp4) on a Rowe AMI Bubbler CD-RNH  (Read 943 times)

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I hope you don't find this question too far off base. I'm new to Jukeboxes and this forum. I'm simply wondering if I can use any of the 2000 MP3 songs I have on my computer. If I could copy them in small quantities to disc. Or do I have to change the format to something else first. What I'm trying to do is just play my playlist thru the Jukebox and not necessarily make them available by number, just continuous free play but I haven't ruled that out.  I actually tried hooking an Ipod directly to the amp inputs, to simply let the music play, but it only comes thru the speakers when a CD is running on the table.  Also is there any way to just free load your CD's without going thru the step by step loading and unloading procedure ?

Any help would be appreciated,
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You could use Rowe Amplifier Accessory Kit # 26694703 (available from the parts department of any Rowe-Ami jukebox distributor, or sometimes on ebay). This kit allows you to patch in your ipod or any other audio device.

Here are the instructions from the kit manual:

http://arcarc.xmission.com/PDF_Jukebox/Rowe_AMI/Rowe_Amplifier_Accessory_Board_Kit_26694703_(Rev_3-93).pdf

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You could use Rowe Amplifier Accessory Kit # 26694703 (available from the parts department of any Rowe-Ami jukebox distributor, or sometimes on ebay). This kit allows you to patch in your ipod or any other audio device.

Here are the instructions from the kit manual:

http://arcarc.xmission.com/PDF_Jukebox/Rowe_AMI/Rowe_Amplifier_Accessory_Board_Kit_26694703_(Rev_3-93).pdf

Thanks for the info, Ken

  
 

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