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Stereo Options (+iPod)

CocoPops Nov 21, 2007

  1. CocoPops

    CocoPops New Member

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    So...
    spec'ing up my A3 S-Line...

    Standard "Concert" Radio - Free
    Symphony II - £265
    Bose Speakers - £440
    iPod - £175

    Are they worth bothering with?
     
  2. s8craig

    s8craig Well-Known Member VCDS Map User

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    Why not get the free concert II+, save yourself £265, buy an RNS-E from ebay for less than £500 and have DVD navigation, dont waste your money on the symphony II unless you don't want NAV & mp3 slots and do want a 6 CD player.
     
  3. CocoPops

    CocoPops New Member

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    I guess, a simple question...
    What does the Symphony give my in return for £265? Does it do anything extra?

    I've got an iPod that I would like to use.
    I've got a TomTom 910 that I would like to use, unless the Audi Satnav is fantastic?

    Is the Bose speaker upgrade worth £440? Is it any louder? clearer?

    Does any of it make any difference for resale?
     
  4. Jo Sharp

    Jo Sharp Member

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    My advice - stick with TomTom. I got the Symphony radio with the built in cd player (6 discs)- I reckoned it was better value than having the separate CD box option.
     
  5. mitch78

    mitch78 Active Member

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    :thumbsup:
     
  6. rob1210

    rob1210 Member

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    The Dension is the best ipod adapter by far. I am saving £400 by not buying the Bose and getting my local Audio dealer to install a better system for the same money.
     
  7. warren_S5

    warren_S5 Moderator Moderator VCDS Map User

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    Totally agree with this statement, I've got the iPod adaptor with the Symphony II and Bose and the iPod dock interface is a crock of $h1t. Wish I'd gone :

    a) SatNav + 6 disc changer

    OR

    b) Symphony II + Dension + Standalone Nav

    You live, you learn
     

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