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Old 03-05-2004   #1
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cd changer

can some help about install cd changer in marea what cind changer to buy the changer must to be same company like the radio tape were is the connecto from the radio to cd changer ty
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Old 12-07-2004   #2
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Two options,

Try "Sony on top" system. You buy CD changer then an additional unit which lets it communicate with the head (i believe that you can still use the controls on the steering wheel).

Second option is that the original fitted radio is Grundig, dont know which model but its a start. (theres also other threads on this topic elsewhere on this site)
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Re: cd changer

when i bought my marea the marsons of newcastle garage fitted it for me, been going to them for over 20 years for different cars, only bought the marea last october, my car is still under warrenty & is in the garage at the moment having some work done, getting the car back hopefully next tuesday, i can let you know what make the cd changer & radio tape is then if you want? would you like the phone number for my garage?
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Re: cd changer

log-on to Bravo-owners organisation.www.bravo-guide.co.uk for all the infomation you need
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Re: cd changer

Dear Reuven,

You could use some Sony, Kenwood or Phillips changer, nut you have to connect between the original Grundig radion and the changer some kind of communication adaptor. For this adaptor conntact Your local car audio systems supplier. I could recommend You some, but I'm from Prague czech Republic, which might be to far for You

The original Grundig CD changer type used for Mareas or for examlpe fror Skoda Octavia is: MCD - 46 (6discs) or MCD - 50 (10 discs)
Grundig stopped the production already but it is still possible to buy it. You could buy an used one also...

I buyed a used MCD - 50 from Skoda Octavia and I am absolutely satisfied. Before that I used discman and Hama cassette adaptor, but the sound was worse then the tapes

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