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Re: Another A4 gripe
The trunk mounted CD changer in my '98 A4 2.8 quattro is the same
brand and model used in the Mazda Millennia S my wife used to have.
It has the same problems - extreme sensitivity to ALL conditions
(humidity, heat, vibration)! Changing lanes on the freeway causes the
CD player to skip!
This unit is NOT an Alpine (or a Pioneer), but a Panasonic. My wife's
car (a BMW 328i with the sport suspension) has an Alpine, and that
unit has none of the problems of my A4's CD player. I would assume
you could replace the Panasonic with an Alpine, but I am disappointed
that one has to do this in the first place.
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Subject: Re: Another A4 gripe
Author: firstname.lastname@example.org (Aalok Kacha) at ~INTERNET
Date: 1/16/98 4:04 PM
>now i have another gripe on otherwise a very good/fun A4 avant!
>the CD-changer magazine is REAL CHEAP! it's difficult to remove the
>discs. i almost have to touch the surface of my discs every time
>i pop them out. i haven't checked yet, but changer is a KENWOOD
>unit, right? can anybody confirm this? does anybody know if i can
>buy a different type of KENWOOD CD magazine which will fit the
>i had a 10-disc SONY changer before. it's bulky, but decent design
>(in inserting and removing discs). my car has a oem'd PIONEER unit.
>the 6-disc magazine is good with one flap for each disc.
The Audi changer in the A4 is an Alpine unit. I don't know if Kenwood uses
the same changer, but I doubt it. The Pioneer magazine has a reputation for
scratching discs during operation but this may be fixed in newer models.
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