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Old 02-09-2005, 02:52 AM   #1 (permalink)
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The 525TDS Touring I bought is already fully prepared for taking a CD-Changer (cables and all)... Can anybody advise which generic CD Changer box would fit the set up? (which OEM the BMW original one is build by) It would be a lot cheaper to by that one....

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The 525TDS Touring I bought is already fully prepared for taking a CD-Changer (cables and all)... Can anybody advise which generic CD Changer box would fit the set up? (which OEM the BMW original one is build by) It would be a lot cheaper to by that one....

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Here in the USA BMW uses Alpine 6 disc changer however you have to get an i-bus adapter in order for the unit to be recognized. Here is a link to one supplier

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I cant be sure however if if this is what BMW uses worldwide. Maybe somebody else can chime in.

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