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Date: Fri, 27 Oct 2000 02:10:48 GMT
From: "Brian Greene" <>
Subject: Re: saab cd changer

Hi Rob, I've installed a CDC 605 in my wife's 1998 900. I was told that it was the actual unit that Saab utilized. No clue as to whether the units you listed would work or not, but I do know that the reason a 6 disk changer is best for the install is that the factory head unit can only read 6 discs and no more. Getting a 12 disc changer would do you no good. As for the 9-3, I just installed a factory unit in my 2K. It's a Pioneer unit and again, as I was told, Pioneer is not making an aftermarket changer that will work with the factory Saab system. For the time being, we're stuck with buying the changer directly from Saab. Also, be prepared for your dealer to charge you an additional fee for the labor of 'coding' this new changer to your head unit. Apparently this process is not DIY, as I couldn't get anyone to explain how to do it. Brian <> wrote in message news:8t8s74$2ds$ > I've been researching this recently for a 9-3, and conclusions so far > are: > NG900 & 9-3 up to 1998, the Clarion CDC634 & 635 are reckoned to work, > although there was one suggestion of an impedence mismatch with the > most recent changers. Another post said that only 6-disk changers work. > Clarion UK say that for newer 9-3s (1999 onwards), they don't do the > changes, and it's a Pioneer that Saab use. As yet, I've not enquired > off Pioneer which one can be fitted aftermarket. > > Regards, > > Rob Weeks, UK > > In article <39f73999$0$29223$>, > "Oliver Klotz" <> wrote: > > Hello, > > Im looking for a cd changer that fits to the audio system 2. I have > heard > > that the cd changer offered by saab is from clarion. Which one is it > CDC635, > > CDC 605, CDC 655, CDC1235. Are there any changers from pioneer, > kenwood, > > sony that would work together with audio system 2? > > > Sent via > Before you buy.

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