Date: Wed, 17 Jul 2002 18:41:59 +0800
From: "meme meme" <splitscreen69nopsamsnet.com.au>
Subject: Re: Cassette player question


The Saab 9.5 has both in the head unit maybe this could be used "Jim Quan" <jimquannopsampamnetscape.net> wrote in message news:ah2sqn$rg1$1nopsam.chatlink.com... > If you want to keep the factory head unit and the steering wheel controls > your options are few or none. When I had the sound system on my 9-3 > upgraded the installer built in a corded plug for a walkman. I like to > listen to Books on Tape though Books on CD are increasingly more available. > > I'm a bit jealous of my buddy who got a Acura TLS with a head unit that > packs a tape deck and a six pack CD changer. The stereo, not the car. > > There just isn't a neat solution until GM / Saab comes out with a unit like > the Acura's. > > You might enjoy looking at this page: > > http://www.saabnet.com/sites/richard.bevan/ > > > > I'm picking up a new 9-3 with the single CD in dash player. I like CD's > but > > also listen to cassettes. What is the best way to get a cassette player > for > > this car? > > > > Thanks. > >

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