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RE: Beating a dead horse for the umpteenth time...
That will work, it is not the best idea but it is OK, short of putting in an
after market radio. You can even get some units that are small enough to fit
in the front. Those units don't have a magazine and are easy to load 7CD is
the one I am familiar with.
If you want more details on this specific unit let me know,
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On
Behalf Of DOUBLDz@aol.com
Sent: Friday, April 23, 1999 8:18 PM
Subject: Beating a dead horse for the umpteenth time...
If there is someone out there who is in the mood to talk about something
other than subject lines.....
A while back I was one of the many who asked about CD changers and I got
of advice (thank you). When I tried to employ some of your good suggestions
ran into a few road blocks. The one I like the best is the service manager
the local Audi dealership told me, no problem, order the CD changer from the
parts department, then they or an installer of my choice could put it in.
Then, the service department said there was no Audi CD changer for my car.
That had been my last resort, I only went to the dealership after I had
already hit a few other dead ends.
So making a long story short, I found a place nearby that said they could
install a CD Changer in the trunk and attach it to the FM modulator (?) of
the existing Bose radio and it would then run off an FM station. The wiring
would be hidden except for the remote that would be Velcro-ed to an
inconspicuous but handy spot in front.
So I'm asking, since this seems like the only option available for my car,
this the way to go? I mean, I could stick with tapes if this is a bad idea.
95 A6q pearl, CD Changer-less