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Blaupunkt changer is standard equipment and plugs straight in
I know that Blaupunkt is the standard equipment, and that it work just fine with the steering wheel controls. But, if you take a look at Zubehör Preisvergleich bei Geizhals.at Österreich you will see, that the price for the listed Blaupunkt cd changer is near 300 €, and if you take a look at http://www.alfaromeo.hr/getpdf.php?model_id=131, position 563 in the pricelist, you will see a price difference at least at 100 €. The question is, is the Blaupunkt CDC-A03 the one that is build in as a standard equipment, or not.

Next thing is, I know that the needed original cables costs at least 250 €, in Croatia, which is way to much for just 2 cables, and I also found needed cables from Italy, for 20 €?! How could this be? I think, I will take a look at the Austrian market...

Thanx anyway...
 

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You could always have a look on Fleabay.
 

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Which CD changer comes as a "standard" cd-changer? Is it the Blaupunkt CDC-A08, or any other model?

@andypj: Fleabay :) ...when I exaclty know what I have to look for, then I will find it in a second :)
 

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Any will work, AR use the CDC A08. You could use the 5 slot cd changer in the armrest if you fancy a VAG effect!!
 
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