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Denison Ice link - which one?

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by sleep envy, Feb 10, 2008.

  1. sleep envy

    sleep envy Member

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    without oulling the car to pieces how do I tell if I need the 12-pin quadlock or the 20-pin ISO connection kit?

    it's a std concert H/U with Bose

    TIA
     
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  3. Issac Hunt

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    What year is your car? Is it the double or single DIN concert radio you have fitted?

    12 pin = double DIN

    20 pin = single DIN
     
  4. Crisis

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    How about a 54 Plate A3 Sportback with standard Concert Head Unit (no bose)?
     
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    See my post above!

    double DIN - Quadlock

    single DIN - ISO

    As your is a 54 I suspect you have the single DIN concert?
     
  6. Crisis

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    I have the one shown here:

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    Otherwise I'll go grab some keys and open her up.
     
  7. Issac Hunt

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    Thats the single DIN concert. ISO connection will be required.
     
  8. mattandrew

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  9. sleep envy

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    single DIN so 20 pin for me - cheers Isaac :)
     

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