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CONCERT GEN2 GEN2+.

Discussion in 'In-Car Entertainment' started by roblane65, Dec 1, 2011.

  1. roblane65

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    How do you tell the difference ? because my local audi dealer is selling off some ipod iphone connecters but there is two diffrent models
    pre wk 45 o6 gen2.
    post wk 45 06 gen2+
    also thrown into the mix is my H/U is a retro fit (not sure if it's gen2 or gen2+) in an 05 b7 avant,will either of the kits work ?.
    thanks in adavance.
     
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    jb0o North East Forum Moderator
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    Gen II+ came about in 2007, differences are:

    - Chrome Knobs
    - Double DIN (without cassette)

    Only different, I think, between the Concert and Symphony II+ is that the Symphony has the 6-CD Changer built into the head unit.
     
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    I 've been told the gen11 concert is single disc mp3 compatible and the gen11+ is 6 disc mp3 compatible can any confirm or deny. ?
     
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    Incorrect as far as I know mate.

    Concert II+ - Single CD with MP3
    Symphony II+ - Built-in-6CD Changer (don't think has MP3 support though I may be wrong)
     
  6. s8craig

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    What they mean is the GEN II is ISO connectors and the GEN II+ is Quadlock connectors, so you need to gte the right one for your stereo.
     

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