Old time radio is great to listen to at home or on the road: Classic radio shows on MP3 CDs from OTRCAT.com are guaranteed to play in your computer, but many old time radio fans also enjoy old time radio in the car during long trips and daily commutes:
MANY NEW CARS ALREADY HAVE A MP3 CD PLAYER STEREO Check your car manual as many new car stereos (typically 2009+) are already "MP3 enabled" which should play the MP3 CDs.
CAR STEREO AUXILIARY INPUT Many old time radio listeners' car stereos have "auxiliary" input in their car stereo and can connect with a dual-minijack cable from an external MP3 player (such as an MP3 CD player, iPod or Smart Phone) to play the radio shows through the car stereo. Other listeners use a cassette player adapter in their 1990's car stereos.
AM/FM TRANSMITTER Other old time radio listeners use a small AM/FM transmitter from their MP3 player and tune the car stereo to the station to play the shows through their speakers.
MP3 CD BOOMBOX For a low tech solution, some listeners report simply playing the shows in a MP3 boom box in the car.
BLUETOOTH & FLASH DRIVE As cars evolve, fewer new car stereos include a MP3 CD or CD player. Many listeners simply download or stream the shows to their phone and connect to their car stereo via bluetooth or copy the shows for playback from an USB thumb drive.