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Rear cubby hole in A4 (B6) Avant

Discussion in 'In-Car Entertainment' started by SimonP, Feb 19, 2007.

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    [Feb 19, 2007]
    Anyone know how much space is behind/around the rear left hand cubby hole (the one that's carpeted inside) of the B6 avant?

    I'm trying to find a good location for a phatnoise, and I'm wondering if that area can be modified. Our car doesn't have the rear cd-changer as we have the concert II with the in-dash 6 cd changer.

    If anyone has pictures that would be brilliant!

    Otherwise I've got to get in there and start dismantling just to investigate...
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    [Feb 19, 2007]
    There is enough room for a Phatnoise.
    I cut round with a Dremel and located my JLAudio amps on my B6 Avant.

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    My Phatnoise is located on the other side.

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    [Feb 19, 2007]
    Thanks timps. That looks very impressive, a real pro job.

    I'll look into doing something similar for the phatnoise with the left hand cubby hole. Our right hand one is full of the bose tupperware.
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    [Feb 19, 2007]
    There is another option, quite a lot of people have installed the Phatnoise on the little shelf in the glove box by removing the Phatnoise outer shroud and modifying the back of the glove box so it fits.

    This would be an easer option, it was no benefit to me because I was doing a full install and needed somewhere for the amps.
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