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Old 8th March 2004, 06:18 PM   #1
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Default Audi A4 Concerto -> Panasonic shuttle interface

How can I make an interface to fit a Panasonic CX-DP88N shuttle to a Audi A4 Concerto radio?
Is it just a matter of connecting the correct wires to each other or is there some kind of protocol convertion?
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Default Found the answers

Just for completing the thread, here is the answers:
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And for a direct connection:
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Thanks for that. Good for us Audi people

In your research, I don't suppose you came across the protocol used? The reason I ask, is that I fancy going one step further, and using a mini-ITX motherboard and hard drive to simulate a "Changer".

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In your research, I don't suppose you came across the protocol used? The reason I ask, is that I fancy going one step further, and using a mini-ITX motherboard and hard drive to simulate a "Changer".

Cheers,
Unfortunately not. Your idee could also be usefull to go the MP3 way
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