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No USB input on Bose Player

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I have a Bose radio player with phono inputs to connect a cd player with phono outputs but it has no USB input. I have a USB flash drive stick with music on it that I would like to play on my Bose player. Is it possible and if it is, how can I do this? Does this require a USB type of player to be connected and what kind of adapters would I need?
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I have a Bose radio player with phono inputs to connect a cd player with phono outputs but it has no USB input. I have a USB flash drive stick with music on it that I would like to play on my Bose player. Is it possible and if it is, how can I do this? Does this require a USB type of player to be connected and what kind of adapters would I need?

I'm just guessing but I think you might have to copy the data out to CDR.
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What is a CDR?
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It means burning it to a disc.
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What is a CDR?

CD-R (recordable CD) would have been more accurate. It is a CD to which you can record. Your computer is likely capable of handling it. It is a common thing to do.
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You need a flash mp3 player (with those songs transferred into), connected to the line-in of the Bose. Since that Bose is not a high audio quality radio anyway, you will not loose anything.

For example: http://www.amazon.com/Silver-Metal-Clip-Player-supports/dp/B004S42RSW/
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