[A4] Installing a RF CD Changer
jlandsverk at jjkeller.com
Mon Jan 12 16:16:51 EST 2004
These can be had for less from Kenwood. Exact same unit, but without
the fancy direct OE compatibilities. They've made them compatible with
a lot of their aftermarket headunits. Pretty cool stuff though.
>>> Marc_Scirocco_Québec <marc_scirocco at sympatico.ca> 1/12/2004 3:00:36
This is what I am interested in:
> -----Message d'origine-----
> De : a4-bounces at audifans.com [mailto:a4-bounces at audifans.com]De la
> de Brian J White
> Envoyé : lundi 12 janvier 2004 14:32
> À : Tony Kowalczyk; a4 at audifans.com
> Objet : Re: [A4] Installing a RF CD Changer
> Why didn't you just get a used changer for that deck?
> They're $200-300 used all the time on ebay and the like.
> Step by step process for the RF changer? Follow the directions that
> with it. It should be pretty straight forward.
> At 11:25 2004-01-12, Tony Kowalczyk wrote:
> >hello Audi fans,
> >i own a 97 A4, which those of you that own one, know that the cost
> >the Factory CD changer is over $700 for this model... and no one
> >know of makes a factory second to hard wire a cd changer... and
> >to keep the stereo in my dash stock, i have purchased a RF Sony
> >CDX-565MXRF CD Changer.
> >I am installing it myself, and would like to communicate with any
> >that has done this, and/or if anyone can refer me to a site that
> >some step-by-step process to walk me through it.
> >If any has any suggestions or better solution to my CD need, i am
> >willing to return this changer....
> >97 A4 1.8T
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