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10-23-2001, 11:10 AM
I heard that you can purchase some convertor and use a Pioneer CD Changer. Is this true? Does it have any advantages?

10-23-2001, 11:26 AM

10-23-2001, 11:30 AM
I've seen an adapter for it that works with the Pioneer CD changer specifically. Saw this at The adapter also has RCA inputs. The adapter is $100 last time I saw it, some guy on this board actually put it in his M3 too, adapter and Pioneer CD changer which he got from Crutchfield. I remember that he told me that you still retain steering wheel controls such as track advance and volume.

i HIGHLY doubt that....
10-23-2001, 12:14 PM

10-23-2001, 12:14 PM

10-23-2001, 12:19 PM

10-23-2001, 12:47 PM
Yes you can install an after market cd changer, but the only compatible one that I am aware of is the Alpine CHM-S620 CD changer ($249.95). Of course, you have to buy an “Alpine to BMW” CD changer interface ($149.95). I have bought both parts from SoundAdvice store here in FL, as I am awaiting the delivery of my M3 (wk 47). Although I haven’t yet installed the changer, I was assured by SoundAdviace staff that it is compatible and that they will refund money if it isn’t. I have a great confidence in their expertise because they are installing many changers in 3-series BMW’s on daily basis and they are a very reputable high-end electronics store chain. The web address is listed below.

Hope it helps.

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