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    Question dension icelink>fm IPOd adapters

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    Has anyone fitted one of the Dension icelink>fm to the standard car head end ?

    Thanks Mavic

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    Not personally but 1 of our engineers fitted one in a new Mini a couple of months back and said it sounded very good and quite easy to fit.

    It may be worth getting a dashmount / brodit bracket to mount the cradle onto though so you dont damage the dash. May just need a couple of aerial connectors from somewhere like Hellfrauds (not sure if they come with the Denison?!)

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    i have fitted one of these to my old cd30, i say old because i have now bought an after market head unit! for me personal i didnt think the sound quality was anything outstanding sometimes there was a bit of crackling and interference , it was easy to wire up you get 3 wires red, black and purple. obviously being live neutrel and ignition. you get all the aerial adapters in the dension kit needed for the cd30 etc connectors.i also got one of those brodit holders which made it really easy to put on the cetre console near the heater controls. looking back now i would have saved my money and put it towards a headunit. which i reccommend the alpine 9850i crystal clear and full ipod control. Here . hope this helped!

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    I fitted one to the CD40 but I've removed the mount as currently I don't use it. SOund quality wasn't bad.

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    Ignorant from Ashington here. What are you all talking about? LOL. How can I know if it needs moderating if i don't know what the subject is
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    It's a device for connecting an iPod to a car stereo. As Mr Vauxhall doesn't give us a line input, you have to plug into the aerial line.
    And, yes, I've fitted one to the CCR2006 on my Signum, and it wasn't too hard. It's a bit of a fiddle getiing to the back of the stereo to get the plug in, but otherwise quite straightforward. The sound's pretty darn good, too!

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    Thanks for all the info .Think I will give fitting 1 a go , as most car audio dealers want at least £50 to fit ?

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    Apparently vauxhall do an ipod connection kit now , im goint to find out if its retro fittable or a factory option , costs about £80 , but it charges your ipod ,and can be controlled through the steering wheel controls and displays everything on the moniter

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    Quote Originally Posted by DennisTheMenace
    Apparently vauxhall do an ipod connection kit now , im goint to find out if its retro fittable or a factory option , costs about £80 , but it charges your ipod ,and can be controlled through the steering wheel controls and displays everything on the moniter

    Keep us posted on this!!!

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    It is here

    http://www.vauxhall-accessories.com/...5&item_id=1884

    Sorry about the crummy link.

    Now all I have to do is to find something that fits my Creative Zen player - or just burn the MP3's onto a CD and use that instead (90 tracks on one CD isn't so bad). You need a CD 70 to do it.
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