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Audi a3 symphony parrot install

Discussion in 'In-Car Entertainment' started by Andyfeeny, Dec 29, 2012.

  1. Andyfeeny
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    [Dec 29, 2012]
    I've read a few threads now but am wandering if the connections on the back of the symphony stereo in my car are active regardless of whether they are highlighted on the headunit wiring diagram or not?

    Basically I am wanting to use the speaker inputs and mute input for a parrot Bluetooth kit. Having looked at the threads on here and the wiring diagrams on google connections are there but will they be active?

    Thanks in advance for any advice...
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    [Dec 29, 2012]
    Which Symphony do you have and which model of car is it in?
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    Symphony 1 I think (tape and cd) and its in a a3 2.0 tdi s line with Bose.

    Is that all you need?
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    It's a 2005 car too
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    [Dec 30, 2012]
    Have a look at justcarkits.co.uk he has a good range of cables and connectors, based up on slough, was able to sort me out a connect for my parrot on my 2002 A3. Which allows the phone option of the stereo to kick in using the parrot, and the CD changer for the music functions within the Mki9200.
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