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    #16
    Originally posted by monty23psk View Post
    Hey guys, I am waiting for it to come in stock. Have you guys ever connected an iPod to the USB. I do see in the manual it says that it is compatible but wondering if music is recognize and what controls it has. My current Pioneer is Apple compatible but I just leave it on shuffle but nice to see song info on HU.
    Mine came in today from Classic Car Stereo and I just ordered it on February 1st. I was shocked when Fedex delivered it, I thought it would take a few weeks to get to Hawaii.

    https://www.classiccarstereo.co.uk/c...sqr-46-dab-bt/

    Unplugged my Continental and plugged the Bremen right in, even the cage is the same. The Blaupunkt is more flush than the Continental but I still have to get used to the buttons and controls.

    sigpic84 325e

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      #17
      I wish these units sat flush..

      I was up above it, Now I'm down in it ~ Entropy - A Build thread.

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        #18
        Me too. I believe the HVAC panel can be customized, as someone did it with the Conti radio. With the unit not being deep, there is a possibility IMO. I have a spare HVAC panel just need to get the radio.
        Alex 88 m5 | 91 318is | 19 Subaru Ascent
        BMW Tool Rentals & Fender Roller

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          #19
          Yeah, thinking.. Man be cool to have and HVAC panel that accommodated all these mantel looking head units.. Sounds expensive.. Probably nobody would by them...

          Maybe one day when everyone cracks their HVAC panel and we need a repro version..

          I was up above it, Now I'm down in it ~ Entropy - A Build thread.

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            #20
            man, i would be all over this...but why the mono channel for the subwoofer? that kills it for me. i love everything else about it.
            Portland, Oregon
            E28M5 | E30S50 | E30M3

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              #21
              Originally posted by e30austin View Post
              man, i would be all over this...but why the mono channel for the subwoofer? that kills it for me. i love everything else about it.
              I must not be as much of an audiophile. Single sub channel has never bothered me. Does it really make that much of a difference if there's no stereo separation in the subs?

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                #22
                Originally posted by MoreMayhem View Post

                I must not be as much of an audiophile. Single sub channel has never bothered me. Does it really make that much of a difference if there's no stereo separation in the subs?
                well, were this a cheaper, lower end unit, it would be "whatever" - but considering they're $500/US/each, yeah, i'm gonna bitch. it's certainly not the end of the world and i will probably end up buying two of them, anyway, lol
                Portland, Oregon
                E28M5 | E30S50 | E30M3

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                  #23
                  Originally posted by e30austin View Post

                  well, were this a cheaper, lower end unit, it would be "whatever" - but considering they're $500/US/each, yeah, i'm gonna bitch. it's certainly not the end of the world and i will probably end up buying two of them, anyway, lol
                  Ah, I see your point now and I agree. Also still going to buy one!

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                    #24
                    Originally posted by e30austin View Post
                    man, i would be all over this...but why the mono channel for the subwoofer? that kills it for me. i love everything else about it.
                    If I understand correctly, it's a preamplifier output. If you wish, you can connect a subwoofer amplifier to the other stereo preamplifier outputs.

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                      #25
                      Just ordered this same Radio for my 89 325ix. Should arrive in 3 days. It was a tossup between sourcing a working used original, having my unit rebuilt but that would take months (which I may still do in the long run), or getting the VDO Continental. Since I didn’t want to wait decided to purchase a new old school looking radio. Went with the Bermen SQR 46 over the VDO for three reasons. 1, the Blaupunkt was in stock ready to ship, VDO would take a couple of weeks from my retailer of choice. 2. The more OEM period correct looks, I didn’t love the chrome trim around the volume knob. 3. Probably the one reason that got me, the color can be adjusted to match more accurately to original dash lighting whereas the VDO unit cannot. Ended up purchasing from crutchfield since they had it in stock, was all most the cheapest on the web only second by $5 higher but offered free shipping plus no charge floating ground connector.

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                        #26
                        Originally posted by Max325ix View Post
                        Just ordered this same Radio for my 89 325ix. Should arrive in 3 days. It was a tossup between sourcing a working used original, having my unit rebuilt but that would take months (which I may still do in the long run), or getting the VDO Continental. Since I didn’t want to wait decided to purchase a new old school looking radio. Went with the Bermen SQR 46 over the VDO for three reasons. 1, the Blaupunkt was in stock ready to ship, VDO would take a couple of weeks from my retailer of choice. 2. The more OEM period correct looks, I didn’t love the chrome trim around the volume knob. 3. Probably the one reason that got me, the color can be adjusted to match more accurately to original dash lighting whereas the VDO unit cannot. Ended up purchasing from crutchfield since they had it in stock, was all most the cheapest on the web only second by $5 higher but offered free shipping plus no charge floating ground connector.
                        Cool! Let's see pics if you get it installed. I'm curious if anyone else who has installed one had any issues with the deck being able to slide back and forth, like I described in my original post?

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