[s-cars] Radio & iPod upgrades
skippertgore at gmail.com
Fri Sep 11 13:46:12 PDT 2009
Huge help, thanks. Did you install a casette concert or indash cd?
changer still hooked up or disconnected like the auction says you have
On Sep 11, 2009, at 8:26 AM, "JAM" <Jscarstuff at charter.net> wrote:
> If your car is a '95.5, its fairly easy to install the Concert
> radio, it could be plug and play. The complication that I had was
> that the trigger for the amps wouldn't work (apparently some people
> have this trouble and I was just this lucky) so I relayed the
> trigger. The procedure is here:
> From there, installing an ipod adapter is just like installing it in
> a later car. I used a BlitzSafe that I bought from Ebay like this
> Jason Mawhinney
> '95.5 S6a
> '95 S6s
> '83 urq
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Matthew Russell" <skippertgore at gmail.com
> To: "audi list" <s-car-list at audifans.com>
> Sent: Friday, September 11, 2009 9:36 AM
> Subject: [s-cars] Radio & iPod upgrades
>> Sorry if this has been beaten to death. I pitched the whole Blose
>> system in the s4. Can't afford that in the Avant!
>> But my 1 hour commute each direction has me yearning for
>> First, has anyone upgraded to concert I or II? Thoughts on the cd in
>> dash vs cassette? Hook-ups the same? One better than the other?
>> Second, running the iPhone into the system?
>> I've searched QW and AW, and have also seen the write up that someone
>> did on an a8, but I'd rather use a 30 pin connector instead of the
>> 3.5mm jack.
>> Thanks for any help.
>> Didn't Bill M post a link to a writeup that he did about six months
>> ago?thought I bookmarked that and now can't find it
>> S6A, CO
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