Ummmm, what do these items mean/stand for? Are they model numbers of connections for VW's? What type and year of VW do these parts connect to?
Personally, I have a 2002 VW Golf with the radio only (monsoon). It has the connection to a trunk mounted CD changer. I would like to know what would allow me to do the following;
1. connect directly to the back of the stereo
2. allow for skipping & fast forwarding of the tracks from the stereo face plate (and keep the Ipod charged)
3. be able to keep the CD changer and use it when the Ipod isn't attached
I would think that this should be achievable, but no one has submitted anything that says it is.
Also, does it matter what version of Ipod I have? If I go out and buy a newer 80Gig one, will I still be able to use this set-up and still be able to use my Nano?
Last thing I want to know, which is the most reliable unit? The one that works the best through the existing stereo system for controlling the Ipod?
Quote, originally posted by [email protected] » I am going to fill this thread with all the info needed to choose the proper interface with your iPod.
1. Blitzsafe - VW/AUX DMX V.3
Blitzsafe - VW/AUX DMX V.3A
Blitzsafe - VW/AUX DMX V.5
P.I.E - VW-AUX
P.I.E - VWR-AUX
P.I.E - VW02-AUX
2.Blitzsafe VW/MLink1 V.3
Blitzsafe VW/MLink1 V.3A
Blitzsafe VW/MLink1 V.5
3.P.I.E - VW/PC-POD
P.I.E - VWR/PC-POD
P.I.E - VW02/PC-POD
4.P.I.E - VW/PC-POD2
P.I.E - VWR/PC-POD2
P.I.E - VW02/PC-POD2
5.USASpec - PA11-VW
6.Dension - VW-R
Dension - VW-T