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Re: I have one...more (archive)

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Posted by Garret on January 03, 2000 at 13:57:58:

In Reply to: I have one...more posted by Anthony on January 03, 2000 at 13:50:54:

I have a '97 M3 with the stock radio (i.e., radio/tape, etc.). Want to install CD player but haven't decided whether to put in the in-dash or 6 cd changer. Is is possible to add the in-dash to my M3 or is the cd changer the only way to go?

: I have in my '99 M3 Convertible. I know a lot about this unit as I helped develop it.

: When I woorked for BMW (until recently), I did not want to offer this on M-series vehicles, except the roadsters and Mcoupes. Business reason. I think they now decided to offer this for M.

: I like the indash unit for several reasons. First, I like direct access to changing a CD on a whi w/o pulling over.

: More importantly, the CD43DIN unit (the unit we are talking about), has a better tuner and a far superior amplifier section that will "wake-upo" the on-board amp, especially if you have the H-K set-up. The CD43DIN has far les distotion than the C33(you have a C33 if your car was built before Sept. 99 and/or you have weather band feature on your radio)All CD43 and C43(cassette version) have RDS instead of weatherband.

: Does this info help you at all??

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