USB External CD Player for Car 2022 Toyota Avalon

USB External CD Player for Car 2022 Toyota Avalon

The 2022 Toyota Avalon comes standard with an infotainment system that includes a 9-inch touchscreen display, six speakers, Bluetooth connectivity, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and Amazon Alexa compatibility. The infotainment system also includes a USB port.


But 2022 Toyota Avalon does not come with built-in CD player.


So if you want to play CDs in your 2022 Toyota Avalon, you can purchase an external USB CD player that connects to the car's audio system through the USB port.


Here is POSSPO Jupiter CD DVD Player for Car.


It definitely will work on your 2022 Toyota Avalon.


Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions or need any help.

POSSPO Jupiter CD Player for car 2022 Toyota Avalon USB external DVD player



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Just left the following review on Amazon. Should be live in a day or so. It’s my way of saying thank you.

“I’ve got a ‘22 Toyota Avalon (Hybrid) Limited with the premium JBL audio package. I plugged in the CD player to the rightmost USB port of the three console USB ports in the center armrest console and inserted a music CD. Once you select the SOURCE in the cars head unit (should show as AUDIO if a CD was inserted in the player), then, under the cars SOUND option, suggest turning off SURROUND. Leaving surround on for any of the sources, SiriusXM, radio or otherwise really ruins most music recordings, IMO. Depending on the recording, it may make the track sound mono (instead of stereo) or kind of hollow sounding.

I couldn’t believe the sound quality of the CD. I’ve always liked the JBL sound in this car, but CDs show how compressed SiriusXM audio is. I assume SiriusXM uses a lossy codec format in order to juggle limited bandwidth while offering so many stations. The CD sounded better than any music I’ve ever heard in that car. SiriusXM doesn’t do the JBL sound system justice.

And the volume and track forward/back buttons on the steering wheel work perfect. Only gripe (minor) is the track names don’t show up. You just see lTrack 1, Track 2, etc.), but I don’t think that’s the CRD player’s fault.

I was able to put the disc player in the glove box and route the cord even with the glove box closed, bringing it into the armrest. Out of site and amazing sound with perfect integration with the car’s audio system.”


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