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Conversion from Symphony II

markae Aug 30, 2007

  1. markae

    markae New Member

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    Hi everyone,

    I have just registered for the first time and I'd like to start by saying how much I appreciate the fine work of Audi - I believe they have the best range of cars out there at the moment. I'm on my third. They exude quality.

    Anyway - to the point..

    I have a Symphony II 6CD changer in my 2004 A4 Cabriolet. Ideally, I'm looking to have an iPOD connected but I have a car phone cradle which I need to keep in place and it will be too cluttered to have another cradle. The other option is to have the iPOD in the glovebox but I would want to control my iPOD and see all of my collection without going into the glovebox and that is not possible.

    Any other ideas?

    If I forget my iPOD, I'm thinking about banging a Symphony III stereo into the car and using the MP3 function - it will let me have far more music than my CD changer and it looks far nicer than Symphony II. Does anyone know if I need any fascia adapter or any other adapters to do this??

    Thanks in advance,

    Mark
     
  2. Nelson15

    Nelson15 Member

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    Get a bluetooth phone kit, then use an ipod cradle? Probably cheaper than a new stereo in the end...
     
  3. markae

    markae New Member

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    Yes - I think you are right. I'll rip out the phone cradle and retain the bluetooth option and put an iPOD cradle in.

    Cheers,

    Mark
     

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