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Philips USA PH-62050 CD/MP3/MD-To-Cassette Adapter (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • Allows you to play CD, MP3 or MD players through your car's cassette deck
  • Inexpensive way to listen to your digital music through your car speakers
  • Plugs directly into your portable player
  • Powered by your car's electrical system
  • If you have auto-reverse on your cassette player and there is no way to disable it, this product will not work. There is a warning on the back of the package that says you have to disable auto-reverse.
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Technical Details
Item Weight1.6 ounces
Product Dimensions4.7 x 9.3 x 0.7 inches
Item model numberPH-62050
Discontinued by manufacturerYes
  
Additional Information
ASINB0007R4LI8
Shipping Weight1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableFebruary 17, 2007
  
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  • Brand Name: Philips
  • Model: PH-62050

Product Description

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The Philips USA PH-62050 CD/MP3/MD-To-Cassette Converter lets you play CD, MP3 or MD players in your car's cassette deck via a direct plug into your portable audio player. It's powered by your car's own electric system so there's no need for batteries, and it produces a clean sound without the static found in most FM transmitters.

Product Description

This CD-to-Cassette Adapter allows you to play cassettes through your CD player, Mp3 player, or any other audio media player on your cassette deck. Giving a high quality and clear sound.

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Customer Reviews

I can play all the music from my phone now in my car.
Shalonda
Caused my cassette deck to keep reversing until the tape was eventually ejected.
T. Frink
Works great, sound quality is good and I've had no issues with it.
Nola Kemp

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281 of 290 people found the following review helpful By ZG1967 on February 19, 2010
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There are basically 4 ways to play your iPod in your car:

1) Newer cars (typically 2006+) have an aux input which you connect your iPod to with the right cable. A direction connection like this is the simplest, lowest cost, and best sounding option - but you need a newer car.

2) On most cars without a dedicated aux input, you can hard wire a connection in the back of the head units with kits from several manufacturers (USA Spec for example). This provides sound quality as good as item #1 but can get a little messy as the hardware needs to be mounted (usually under the dash) and can be fairly expensive (approx $200 hardware, $50 to $100 install)

3) You can use a FM modulator with any car that has an FM receiver. This is low cost simple option, but the drawbacks are well known: OK sound quality at best, issues with static and noise from nearby radio channels.

4) For cars that have a cassette tape deck (remember those?!) you can use a cassette adapter like the Phillips here. My older Lexus has a cassette deck and I chose this option before I invest in adding a hard wire connection (#2) as described above. I figured I would least try it for $11 and I am very impressed with the sound quality! I would call it near CD sound quality. There is no hissing or mechanical clicking of the gears in the adapter. I also purchased the Maxell cassette adapter since they used to make the best cassettes back in the day and to my surprise it sounded much worse and had a loud humming noise. So I am keeping the Phillips and returning the Maxell and just ordered another Philips unit as a backup for long trips!
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107 of 113 people found the following review helpful By diggler1971 on March 1, 2006
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I have two of these devices. The sony that I have cost $20 and clicks when I play it in my one car. In my other car, it always sounds like the dolby sound filtering is on. This one works and sounds better and was half the cost.
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74 of 85 people found the following review helpful By Robert LoPinto on August 28, 2012
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If you have auto-reverse on your cassette player and there is no way to disable it, this product will not work. There is a warning on the back of the package that says you have to disable auto-reverse. Unfortunetly, my 2000 Lexus RX-300 has no way to disable it. It makes a lot of clicking noises as it plays, but then ejects within 1 minute. I sprayed WD-40 lubricant on the cassette wheels and got it playing for as long as 3 minutes, but then it would just eject again anyway. It is a shame because before it ejects the sound is excellent. I wish there were a warning in the product description. It is so inexpensive I have neither the time nor energy to return it. Just hoping to prevent someone else from making the same mistake.

Update: I opened the cassette with a small screwdriver and removed all of the gears. It now works perfectly. Still leaving the 1 star rating as no one should have to figure this out for themselves.
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89 of 107 people found the following review helpful By B. Schroeder on January 29, 2006
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I got the Philips Cassette Converter to run my iPod Shuffle in my '96 Saab 900 with factory equiped stereo and it works beautifully. Yes, it is true that the signal is not very strong, so you have to turn the volume up a bit, but even the little Shuffle can compensate for it and by no means do you need to fear forgetting to turn the volume down when you switch to Radio or CD. The sound quality is as good as the iPod delivers and you have no disturbing background noise. I also had no problems that the deck would eject the tape. I can recommend this product and it's good value for money (I didn't try similar one)
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43 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Mike on May 13, 2010
...for solving a new tech problem. Cassette tapes are almost as extinct as the 8-track ...but the cassette deck lives on in many factory installed car stereos ...pretty much lying dormant as the CD player gets all the use. Wanna play that new fangled iPod or MP3 player in your car but don't have a modern, high zoot car stereo you can just plug it into? Problem solved if you're lucky enough to have a cassette player as part of your setup. Turn on your radio (volume down) and simply slip this cassette adapter into the slot. Connect the mini-plug into the headset jack on your pocket-sized player and...voi-la! ...put that puppy on "Shuffle" and enjoy a just about endless supply of tunes. It's that simple.

I have two of these Phillips units; they work great and sound great. The Phillips is also one of the least expensive of the lot. All the adapters work the same and they will all probably sound the same ...so why pay more? The audio cable can be routed in one of three ways making it adaptable to just about any cassette deck made. You can route the cable out the left or right side and out the center of the back edge of the cassette shell. There are two large screws allowing you to use a dime to open the slot and realign the audio lead.

One thing you need to be aware of as you use this cassette. Many cassette players came with some type of noise reduction system (Dolby and others). When using this adapter you want to make sure the noise reduction circuitry is turned *off* ...otherwise the music will sound dull and have a slightly weird effect to it. Some factory cassette decks, like the one in my 2000 Jeep Cherokee, default the noise reduction circuit to the "on" position so you have to turn it off each time you insert the adapter.
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