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Facia Adapter for Symphony

Discussion in 'In-Car Entertainment' started by j4jon, Aug 10, 2004.

  1. j4jon

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    Anybody know if I can get a facia adapter for a 2001 A3TS with a symphony HU?

    I found this:
    http://www.caraudiodiscount.com/acatalog/Product_Audi_162.html

    But would like one which does cost £40 /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/jawdrop.gif

    Is it possible to get one from an A6 or something and trim it to fit? I'd love to replace the HU with something else maybe a Becker to get a better sound.
     
  2. S3tony

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  3. j4jon

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    Just to let people know, I went to my local audio dealer, John Kleis in Reading, and they can sell my the same facia for only £15. Doesn't look to bad either looks like it will be a good fit, and reasonable colour match.
    Now just need to decide on a HU
     
  4. I have used Halfords before - they will order in Autoleads products to suit and do not charge del. and parts are cheaper than most Car Hi-fi shops.

    I have since been told that Audi have the best fitting facia and are very resasonably priced. Try you local Audi dealer you could be supprised.

    Good Luck
     
  5. jojo

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    You mean like this Andymac? they should sit flush right??

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    Sos Pimp, yours was the only picture I could find. /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/wink.gif
     
  6. foolish3uk

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    im sure we dont sell facia adapters for twin din stereos(symphony II) is twin din and i have never seen one converted best bet is to try a car audio specialist!!
     
  7. AndyMac

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    Joe, yeah that looks like the stylish Autoleads quality product, and that's probably after some frantic trimming and filing. £10 for that? You'd be better off just stuffing some licorice all sorts in there.
     

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