The Symphony and Nav+ need two antennas, (HF and ZF, main and diversity) for best reception, the Concert has only one antenna. Without diversity reception might be poor. If you have a Symphony now, see what happens when you unplug the ZF connector, in an area with good signal, you might not even see a difference...
Bose is just a set of speakers and an amplifier connected to the HU's pre-out, has nothing to do with the antennas. The XM antenna is connected to the sat radio receiver somewhere back in the trunk.
They don't have sat radio in Europe and the Kufatek adapter may be missing some wires. I have the same (Symphony, Bose, XM + OnStar), will see how that works when my adapter arrives...
Those guys from Kufatec didn't respond to my emails. Either they don't speak english or don't care about overseas clients. Well I ordered my cables from other source and hopefully I will get them within a week or so.
I having a problem coding Radio / Navigation Module to enable Bluetooth...I cannot select option 5 -Telematic Europe. I have a an RNS-E and have retrofitted a BT module and microphone only.
Any help would be appreciated, I have been able to code Module 77 ok.
Hi all ,
Just replace my old Concert 2 (1din) to new Concert 3 (2din) on my A3 8p.
But I have a problem with antenna reception.
I have check VAG COM for see the problem
Address 56: Radio Labels: 8J0-035-1xx-56.lbl
Part No SW: 8P0 035 186 G HW: 8P0 035 186 G
Looks like the guys over at Audi4ever.at have found a way to convert the phase diversity system used for the Concert/Symphony II+ to switching diversity required for the RNS-E. They used a diversity box from a Golf V which only needs power and which is small enough to be stuck somewhere under...
I am trying to retrofit electric latch locking on my 2010 a3 cabriole. Does any one know were main wires are running through within the roof canvas? The idea is too find the easiest way to run two wires form the roof controller to the top of the latch motor lock on the canvas roof top...