Another Distributor Sells USB CD Player

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Lesco LDI6210B

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An aftermarket USB CD player that allows you to add CD playback to cars that lack the feature is now being offered by LESCO Distributing, FL.

The CD player can be controlled by the factory radio touch screen.  USB emulator software allows the vehicle to think you are plugging in a removable thumb drive and thereby recognizes the device.

Called the LDI6210, the CD player is specific to certain models of Ford, General Motors, Dodge, Chrysler, Jeep, Toyota, Nissan, Infiniti, Mazda, Tesla and Mercedes-Benz vehicles.

It may be installed in multiple mounting positions and comes with a 3 year warranty.  It measures 6 inches by 6 inches by 2 inches.

The USB CD player requires a single cable connection for both power and signal.  It mounts close to a USB port, which in today’s cars, can be in a glove box or console.

The LDI6210 sells for approximately $399 installed.

Dozens of car models, including popular Honda and Toyota vehicles, ship without a CD player. IHS Automotive predicts that by 2021, a quarter of cars will lack a CD drive.

Lesco Distributing has offices in two locations in Florida, as well as locations in Indiana and Texas.



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  1. I want the USB 8 track tape player!

    But in reality
    Removing CD playing capability from cars if you ask me is stupid.
    Not everyone wants to buy music off the internet, or stream music. And often music on a thumb drive sounds like ass.
    I’m not a fan of mp3’s

    So removing my ability to play a disk just gives me the insentive to find a different brand of car.
    I’m also not a fan of commercials wile playing music in my car.

  2. Good luck. The headline should read “another distributor sells the same USB CD player that doesn’t work” — we have not had much luck with this piece in most of the supposed applications it is compatible with. In the process of putting out multiple fires related to this piece at the moment.

  3. How is it “specific” to certain vehicles? Isn’t it universal for any audio system with a USB port?

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