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iPod connectivity + Bluetooth hands free calling + 2006 A3

Discussion in 'In-Car Entertainment' started by a9503128, Jan 22, 2011.

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    Hello All

    I need a bit of help, I have a 2006 A3 S-Line with the BOSE pack and the symphony in-dash 6 CD double DIN unit.



    I want to achieve iPod connectivity and Bluetooth hands free calling, I have looked at pulling out the OEM kit and replacing it with the Alpine ixa-w407bt as this does what I need but is not a cheap option by the time I have paid £75 installation, £100 for the cable harness and facia kit and £450 for the head unit! I also don’t like the none OEM look.

    So to my question, what A3 radios with add-ons do I need to get iPod connectivity and Bluetooth hands free calling but keep the OEM look?

    Thanks

    Alex
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    Sorry to jump in but would the above Xcarlink be compatable with a Audi Concert Sound system which has no CD changer? Its a 07 A3 Sline.
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    Yes. It connects in where the CD changer would go.
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    I vote for Parrot MKi kits, easy to kit and good quality.
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    Hi. Does the xcarlink system just sit hidden in the glovebox?
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