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will concert III fit B6 A4?

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    I didn't plan on buying this head unit.. but it happend anyway :)
    I want to retro fit heated seats so I needed to get a climate control unit with heated seat switches. So while I was at it I got the B7 version for geater control. But it's for a double din setup and I have single din just now. so... I'm buying the double din cage and that leave sme with a hole to plug. So I bought a double din concert III head unit in very nice condition at a good price. So the question is will it work in my B6 or am I an idiot? (Note: this question is in reference to the question at hand and does not invite more general opinions on the matter of idiocy)
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    It will work with some adaptors. You can buy the correct parts from kufatec.de
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    aha. now to see if I can work out enough german to buy the right parts.. along with the wiring looms for retro fitting heated seats.
    cheers
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    christ almighty! just for the concert 3 CD player? that's looking expensive
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    thanks again Craig. So I'll need this adapter for any double din unit when converting from single din is that right?
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    So you're changing from double din Symphony II to RNS-D is that right?
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    aha. thanks mate. it's not the same adapter then?
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    Nothing happened over winter so I'm revisiting this again.
    Is it an option to chop the loom out of a donor car (with concert III) and wire it into my car instead of using adapters? Would it be as simple as matching the individual wires or a whole world of pain? I'm handy enough with a soldering iron and shrink wrap if a rewiring process is logical. It's CANBUS etc that loses me entirely.
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