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Multichangers

Discussion in 'In-Car Entertainment' started by petewon, Oct 3, 2006.

  1. petewon

    petewon Member

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    Sorry if this has been asked allready but does anyone know of any other types of multichanger that cann be used with a chorus headunit? Im on a bit of a budget and looking for something cheaper than the panasonic one.

    Cheers.
     
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  3. Olly_K

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    alpine, and most others, you just need to make sure you get the right interface unit it to convert it to the audi bus
     
  4. petewon

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    Cheers Olly, I was under the impression there were only a few that would be compatible. Is there any foolproof way to check compatibility before buying the changer?

    Thanks again.
     
  5. AndyMac

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    Just be careful as the interface cable can be very expensive (£40-£80 depending on the make of changer). You can pick up a genuine Audi changer on ebay for £80 so if moeny is the issue you'd be safer going for one of them.
    Panasonic, Kenwood, Clarion, Pioneer, Alpine & Sony are the ones I know they do an interface for, but I'd check how much before buying the changer.
     
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  7. petewon

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    Cheers people, I might just go for an Audi one from Ebay. Far less fuss.

    Thanks.
     

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