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A3simon Dec 22, 2006

  1. A3simon

    A3simon Active Member

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    What do i need to install Phat noise to my car with symphony head unit is the cable still in the glove box but not hooked up to anything. Im going to get one from here

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/AUDI-PHATBOX-MP3-PHAT-NOISE-PHATNOISE-CHANGER_W0QQitemZ330064889580QQihZ014QQcategoryZ3293QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem

    I have looked at other posts but they done seem to give you an exact of what is needed

    I know its in the wrong section but it seems ill get an answer here quicker as i need to tell my parents i want one for xmas:eyebrows:
     
  2. giblets46

    giblets46 Member

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    I have a Phatnoise in my golf, and not 100% sure, but the new A3's have basically the same headunit now, the old ones will probably also need similar. that is to say, a CD changer cable.
    The phatnoise basically cons the head unit into thinking it is a CD changer.
    You should not require any other cables as far as I am aware.
     
  3. d3fy

    d3fy Active Member

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    Have you considered getting an IPOD and IPOD link instead?
     
  4. A3simon

    A3simon Active Member

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    i have an ipod is the ipod link easier
     
  5. danjones

    danjones New Member

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    Hi ,

    I have an ipod link in my A3, and fitted it myself, was quite straight forward. I've got the docking lead in my glove box. I think it is the easier and cheaper root to go.

    Go for the Dension adapter as it allows you to control the ipod while its connected to the cable, the audi supplied link doesn't.

    http://www.ipodcarkitdirect.co.uk/
     
  6. d3fy

    d3fy Active Member

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    Agreed really ease to install will cost about £100, I have the cable in the glovebox, but I wish I had spent time putting it into the arm rest instead.
     

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