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Hi all , 

just purchased a Alphard 2009 3.5 v6 . Got the original head unit in it . I want to add CD tracks to it and delete . I’ve searched everywhere on how to do this . Any answers . Thanks in advance . 

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On 6/26/2022 at 1:31 PM, Ade said:

Hi all , 

just purchased a Alphard 2009 3.5 v6 . Got the original head unit in it . I want to add CD tracks to it and delete . I’ve searched everywhere on how to do this . Any answers . Thanks in advance . 

 

Hello Ade,

 

Welcome to the Forum.

 

I have an earlier unit.

 

To record a CD just play the CD.

If the disk is not full, it will record the CD automatically.

Yours is a later unit so this may not be applicable !

 

Good Luck.

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of you can't figure out, I will post some pics.

 

if it's set up correctly, it should automatically start to copy the CD to the harddrive, a little symbol will appear in corner of the progress, once complete, you hit the HDD button to select album/track

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I have found this tricky myself, but in the end if i play the cd then I can usually find it in the albums list. I hav not messed too much with it as I am mainly a Bluetooth and spoitfy person as i got rid of all my CD's and DVD's (apart from the kids dvds)

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On 6/30/2022 at 2:27 PM, Alphard Club said:

I have found this tricky myself, but in the end if i play the cd then I can usually find it in the albums list. I hav not messed too much with it as I am mainly a Bluetooth and spoitfy person as i got rid of all my CD's and DVD's (apart from the kids dvds)

I have a few dvds filled with Mp3s from many years ago that happily work, too

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Eightseater.blog.com provides a very good guide on the Gen 1 HDD unit, including adding and removing tracks from the HDD unit.

 

Ade, I know you have a newer vehicle, but I suggest it's worth a read.

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