Date: Mon, 13 Sep 1999 09:27:49 GMT From: michiel_losnopsameja.com Subject: Re: CD changer for Saab Car Audio system
I read in this newsgroup that the head unit can be taken out, is this the radio system or just a plug in. And what about the rear panel of the Audio system, is this also a specialty or just the standard Clarion in/out put jacks. Best regards Michiel Los In article <7r47ju$psd$1nopsamaw.wa.com>, "Mark Madigan" <marknopsamejay.com> wrote: > In the States at least, it is NOT possible to wire an aftermarket CD changer > into the system. The harness has been completely changed. > > <michiel_losnopsameja.com> wrote in message > news:7r2vqf$cf1$1nopsam1.deja.com... > > Dear all, > > > > I'm currently in the sales cycle of buying a Saab > > 9-3 with a Saab Car Audio system. The price for > > the system is in the Netherlands about NLG 2200 > > which is fine for me. I do want to have a CD > > changer on top of that and the price for that > > piece alone is NLG 1500. This is twice as > > expensive as the normal trading price. As far as > > I know the system is a Clarion system and the > > Dealer told me that it is impossible to buy a > > commercial available CD changer and plug it into > > the radio. This because the cable has been > > changed specially for the Saab Car Audio system. > > > > - My question, would it be possible to have a > > commercial Clarion CD changer installed in stead > > of the too expensive Saab CD Changer? > > - What is the setup of the cable to be able to > > modify it my self? to fit it to a commercial CD > > changer. > > - What is the price of the CD changer in other > > countries. I can place the order everywhere and > > be able to get the equipment in the Netherlands. > > > > Best regards Michiel Los > > > > > > Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ > > Share what you know. Learn what you don't. > > Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ Share what you know. Learn what you don't.