Date: Fri, 21 Apr 2000 21:15:27 -0400
From: DRC <drcnopsamwa.com>
Subject: Re: cd changer question


In article <38FD40D3.55DA86B0nopsamassnet.com>, Chris Nguyen <mhangnopsamassnet.com> wrote: > There is only one type of CD-Player that will work with the stock Saab > 900 > stereo. It would be a Clarion CD-Changer. I bought an aftermarket > Clarion > CD-Changer. You, unfortunately can't use any Clarion cd-player, you have > to get > either the RDC-634 or the CDC-635 model. This is because those cd > players are > the only ones that the prewired Saab connector cable will fit. The RDC > is > cheaper than the CDC because it has a digital output, but otherwise there > is no > real difference in sound quality. The only thing about these cd-players, > as > well as with the stock Saab cd-players, is that you can't play burned > cd's on > them. The prewired cable is located behind the carpet on the left side. > snip Be warned -- the CD cable is not always pre-installed. In my early-production '94 900S, there was no cable in the trunk! I ended up installing the Clarion RDC634 (which is effectively the same as the CDC635) in the glovebox. The short cable that came with the changer was plenty long to reach the socket on the back of the Saab in-dash head end unit. There is just enough wasted space at the top of the glovebox to fit the changer in. It took a little creative engineering to get it to fit -- the glovebox light had to go, and I ran the CD cable through its hole. Glovebox mounting has a big advantage: on long trips with a trunk full of luggage, I can still get at the changer to swap disks. DRC

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