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Audi S5 Nav Unit

Discussion in 'A5/S5/RS5 Forum' started by ChrisNI, Jan 24, 2012.

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    Ive been browsing on the web for the last few days for various parts etc for the S5. Im hopefully, once my 350z is sold, buying an S5.

    So have a few questions:

    - Can you retrofit Sat Nav/Entertainment unit into an S5 that doesnt have the Nav setup?

    If so what all do you need. I believe the car has the entertainment side of it just not the nav. Not a pixelated screen, has the more defination unit.

    Is there any after market unit you can fit such as the dynavin kit?

    Im just curious as ideally I wanted the nav setup :(

    Chris
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    Sandra MODERATOR Staff Member Moderator

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    Hi Chris, welcome to ASN. Nigel, user (NHN) supplies and fits most things, he will probably be along shortly. He will be able to help you out.
    Enjoy the forum.
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    Thanks Sandra :)
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    No problem. Im sure Nigel will be along soon. He is a busy guy.
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    If your car has the basic Concert or Symphony radio then upgrade to NAV is a complicated affair.

    You need to replace everything in the entertainment system with MMI (MOST or Fiber optic parts). So can gateway/radio/phone/Ipod/screen/amp (possibly) out and new can gateway/radio/screen (and surround) /Nav/Ipod/controls/amp (possibly) installed and the car rewired for MOST. Some other switches etc need to be relocated and then the whole system programmed and unlocked.

    Budget between £2000 to £3000 depending on which system you go for (LOW or HIGH) and which options you want with it.
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    Craig - that's what I thought when I was telling chris about retro fitting the unit.
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