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|When burning your cds, choose a lower speed for the burning process, like if you usually burn at 20x, try 12x. it seemed to work for me.|
| Originally posted by powerm@Jun 12 2004, 02:38 AM |
Oh yea.... 400 post!
| Originally posted by 007ben@Jun 12 2004, 01:55 AM |
tmac has a good idea.
that failing see about a couple small fans to blow over the changer or through it (if there is ventalation...)
| Also itz better if you close the cd instead leaving it open. |
| Originally posted by Silver4evr@Jun 14 2004, 12:36 AM |
physics....damn physics always gets in the way.
Mr. Hire, think about it. Cut a hole in your trunk, attach a pipe so the air will flow from the outside to your CD player?
Install a small cooler in your trunk to turn it into a refrigerator?
Cut a hole in your back seat, install pipe in your back seat so the air from your air conditioner will cool the trunk?
Or maybe you can install an ice holder an put some dry ice in it when the temp goes above 85.
Maybe install some double thick trunk insulation along with cutting a hole in your back seat to the cool air will flow to your CD changer.
How about buying a new CD changer....prolly would be cheaper....and easier.
I dunno....anyone else with an idea?
update: install the CD changer in your glove compartment.
| Originally posted by LOS@Jun 15 2004, 11:14 AM |
Try this to cool it off.
you'll need to modify your cd changer by adding a heatsink unit. Heatsinks are use to cool off enclosures that run hot all the time, they vary in size, they have fins.
You could buy one at an electronic shop.
1. cut a small rectangular opening on your changer.
2. mount the heatsink on the opening using short sheet metal screws.
3. you're done
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