Date: 25 Aug 1999 18:53:05 GMT
From: Dave Wysocki <>
Subject: Re: CD Changer

I just got a Clarion 635 for my '93 9000 CSE for $151 (the best deal I found) through Great Lakes Audio Video: Simple enough to install, except that the DIN cable wasn't connected to the head unit, so I had to pull off the passenger side carpeting panel on the side of the center console and plug it in. Finding the other end of the cable took a little while (I wasn't sure if it was there!), but fishing around behind the left rear quarter panel, beneath and forward from the radio antenna, I eventually found it. Once I had it all connected, the changer fired right up. My impression of the 635 is that it is not nearly as fast at changing disks as the old Alpine CD changer I had for my 900, but it otherwise works ok. Message by me again <> on: 8/24/99 6:11:13 PM >Clarion 635 is the one you need. Cable for it is located in your trunk >beneath the carpet on the left hand side. >Check the they have a good installation >instructions too. > >Regards, >Alex > >Harry Johal <> wrote in message >news:OLyw3.31354$ >> Hi, I am looking for a CD Changer for my 1996 - 9000 CS. I was >wondering >> if any other company's CD Changer will hook up. I.E. >Kenwood/Pioneer/Sony. >> That is, do the plug-ins match? I think the car has the factory cassette >> deck and it looks like that there is a place for CD Changer to be hooked >up. >> Any information would be appreciated. >> Oh! How much should I be looking to spend for a CD Changer? >> >> Another option is to replace the factory cassette deck with a CD player. >> Again, any information would be appreciated. >> >> > > >

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