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What to replace RNS-e with?

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Old 02-01-2011, 12:15 PM
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Hi All,
I have a 2006 A4 that came with EVERY bell and whistle.
- RNS-e
- Navigation system
- 6-cd changer in the glove box
- Bluetooth integration
- Sirius satellite

While this works great for the most part, most of my music is on my ipod and I dont feel like transferring to a bunch of SD cards.

I want to keep all the above features, AND get easy ipod integration.
I want to be able to still see everything in the FIS display.

Any suggestions on what I can swap it with?
My cousin had a pioneer in his Subaru and it looked pretty cool.

THANKS!
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you can get an ipod gateway for the rnse and you can control it from the rnse

check out audiforum.us
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