[Biturbos4] Another CD Player Question

Ti Kan ti at amb.org
Thu Jan 8 14:05:46 EST 2004

In addition to the Panasonic changers I listed on my site, there
are now other options for aftermarket changers too.  "USA Spec"
also makes compatible changers with the use of an adapter.  You
can buy them from various sources, such as http://www.crutchfield.com
as well as from sellers on eBay.

2003 A4 1.8T multitronic
2001 S4 biturbo 6-sp
1984 5000S turbo
1980 4000 2.0 5-sp
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Russell Romano writes:
> Please disregard my last question on aftermarket changer options... it was answered when I actually took the time to read you webpage.  Thanks for having the information out there!
> -Russ
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ti Kan [mailto:ti at amb.org]
> To: Russell Romano
> Subject: Re: [Biturbos4] Another CD Player Question
> Russell Romano writes:
> > I have a 2000 A6 with the Bose Stereo.  I have the single CD in the dash with "control" for a CD changer.  Where would this changer be located exactly?  I'd like to locate the wire connector for it and determine what changer I can put on it.
> The pre-wiring plug is tied to body somewhere inside of the left hand side
> trunk liner.
> > I have a changer from a '96 A4 sitting around and I'm wondering if it would be compatible?
> No, the '96 changer is not compatible with the '98+ radios.
> See my web site for info:
> 	http://www.amb.org/ti/audi/radios
> On 96-97 models with the Delta CC radio, the CD changer plug is a round
> 8 pin connector.  On '98+ Concert/Symphony radios, it changed to a 13 pin
> square connector.  Not only is the connector different, the control
> protocol changed too.

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