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The first one is for the Symphony II, the later one is for the Navigation Plus RNS-D. But www.nav-plus.com says the Symphony I and RNS-D are the same. My guess is the second is the correct one but you may wait for one of the B5 guys to confirm this.
 

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AudiA4B6US said:
...the later one is for the Navigation Plus RNS-D...
Are you sure? Because, as you can see in the picture, Kufatec actually labelled it as being specifically for an RNS-E.

Can someone please verify this one way or another? I would hate to order the wrong one (especially since Kufatec is charging me over $50 USD for shipping this one damn cable...lol).

Thanks again for the help.
 

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The diversity plug is the only difference. With a Symphony II (pic 1) you plug the original Fakra (without the housing) into the double Fakra. With a RNS-D (and apparently Symphony I) your diversity antenna is SMB and plugs into the connector labeled Diversity in pic 2. And since today there is hope for all of those who don't want to order from Germany.
 

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b5retrofit said:
AudiA4B6US said:
...the later one is for the Navigation Plus RNS-D...
Are you sure? Because, as you can see in the picture, Kufatec actually labelled it as being specifically for an RNS-E.

Can someone please verify this one way or another? I would hate to order the wrong one (especially since Kufatec is charging me over $50 USD for shipping this one damn cable...lol).

Thanks again for the help.
Where it says RNS-E simply refers to the plug end so this is the plug end for the RNS-E.

I am the distributor for Kufatec in the US and if you go to my web-site at www.euro-parts.us you will find it cheaper - especially shipping.

regards,

Lanny
 

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I just installed the second one in a 2001 A6 with Symphony I radio replaced by a RNS-E. It worked perfectly including the diversity connector, which was my biggest concern.

I can also recommend www.euro-parts.us , who I bought it from. The service was fast, efficient, and cheaper than Germany, thanks Lanny.

Bjarne
 
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