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Identifying what RNS system I have and using SD cards

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    [Nov 7, 2012]
    HI I have recently bought a 2008 Audi A4 SLine convertible.

    It has an RNS system in, It has 2 SD cards slots- Would this make it an RNS - E or D?

    Also how much is the ipod connector if it is the RNS-E?

    If it it isn't and the cheapest way to put music on it would be SD cards.

    Can I literally just copy my itunes Music folder on to a SD card and shove it in? Or would I need to convert the music to a different format?

    Thanks!
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    It will be a MK1 RNS-E if factory fit.

    The SD cards will play MP3 or WMA format
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    It's factory fit so it looks like it' the MK1 from what I have been told , there is not ipod kit.

    Annoying , looks like it's SD cards- any restrictions on what size SD cards I can use?
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    4GB max, non SDHC and a imite of 511 tracks/folders per card. So about 1000 tracks across 2 cards.

    You can have an Ipod interface, Dension GW100, will charge Ipod/Iphone

    Send me a PM if interested.
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    4gb max! I have about 30gb of music and would prefer an ipod solution.

    Sent you a PM

    thanks
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