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i pod connection on a standard audi cd player ????

Discussion in 'A4/A4 cabriolet/S4 forum(B6 chassis)' started by johnswales, Dec 12, 2011.

  1. johnswales
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    Hi just wondering me audi has the standard cd player that comes with every a4 just would like to know is the any way of connecting a ipod to it somehow like any device i can fit so i can use my ipod/phone to play music.i dont wanna change the stereo because it suits the dash n dnt wanna ruin the look of inside any help i will love you long time cheers
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    Just a quick search threw up these 2:There's the Connects 2 @ £58.99http://www.nexxia.co.uk/products.asp?category=Audi%20Ipod%20Adaptors&section=Car%20AudioAnd this one @£83.47http://www.xcarlink.co.uk/product.php?productid=6&cat=0&page=1I can't vouch for the quality of either (I'm a dinosaur that still uses CD & tape) and I am assuming you still have the original factory fit CD player.
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    Connects 2 is a great bit of kit, I've used various kits from them and they have always performed well.
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    Likewise i've a Connects 2 kit, plugs straight into the rear of the head unit and replicates your ipod/iphone into the cd multichanger allowing you to change tracks or albums via the ff/rwd buttons on the head unit..

    If you have a new gen ipod or iphone 4 onwards you will also need a 12v to 5v charging adapter if you wish to charge your device also, the previous editions ipods/iphones were 12v charged but newer ones are 5v.. these small devices just fit between the connects2 and your device and cost around £8..
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