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  1. #601
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    Hello,

    So obviously I may have been a little wrong with some of the information. I am working with a DUAL brand AMP XPE4700 (800watts) with 2 x 10" HiFonics subwoofers in a box, I also have the LC2i Converter as well and I'm really confused on what to do. I have the Concert III Series stock radio and I want to add this amp and subwoofer in the trunk and also have the rest of the stock system in use as well... so I want the stock system to run as is, while adding this AMP and subs in the trunk if this is at all possible. I would like to know if there is a wiring diagram for this kind of set up? or any advice I could get to set this up properly. thank you

    1. year and model:::: 2011 Audi A4 Quattro
    2. radio type:::: Concert Series (AMI in glovebox)
    3. steer controls::: YES, it has some controls but I'm not sure what they all do
    4. new radio type::: for now factory radio, looking into any upgrade option available
    5. Sirius XM tuner::: NO, I don't care for any Sirius tuner
    6. Aftermarket Amp::: Yes, DUAL brand Amp XPE4700 (800Watts) with 2 x 10" HiFonics subwoofers in a box (speakers and amp was given to me for free)[/QUOTE]

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    Quote Originally Posted by mgfranz View Post
    I know I will need the blade antenna cable, my only concern is the factory amp and steering wheel connections.

    Thanks,
    Not really sure how I missed this.

    Wiring harness - Connects to your cars original harness and terminates into Blaupunkt style connector. (We also have PNP adapters that convert the Blaupunkt style connector into radio specific connections)
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_SRWH_AUD3_HILO.html Fixes low rear audio and does steering wheel controls with a SWCL.
    or
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_SRWH_AUD3.html Is the same as above without the HILO box. This DOES NOT FIX audio issues but is cheaper.

    Adds steering wheel controls to the boxes above.
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_SWCL_SON.html

    Converts the Blaupunkt style connection into a connection specific to your radio. I need a picture of your harness to verify.
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_PNP_SON0017.html

    Antenna adapter - This converts your 2 antenna connections into the universal connections most radios need.
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_AAA_VWAUD5.html

    This is out dash kit. It matches the factory dash pretty close to perfect. We do not have a cheap kit for this because they all look bad in our opinion.
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_RMK8_A4B67.html

    This mic makes replaces the aftermarket mic for better sound goes in the factory location.
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_MIC_AUD4.html

    Keys to take out the radio.
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_RRK4...OOLS_KEYS.html

    To use factory Satellite antenna you must run the cable to the tuner in the trunk. You will still need to buy a new tuner this is just to use the antenna.
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_SAA_SIR_600_GREEN.html


    To use factory GPS antenna. All 2004-2008 radios have a connection in the rear right C pillar. Cars with the RNS-E radio have it behind the radio.
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_GAA_3.html
    If car has GPS antenna on roof but not behind radio you will also need this extension.
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_FAKRA_FF_17.html
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  3. #603
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    Quote Originally Posted by zackdakiss22 View Post
    Hello,

    So obviously I may have been a little wrong with some of the information. I am working with a DUAL brand AMP XPE4700 (800watts) with 2 x 10" HiFonics subwoofers in a box, I also have the LC2i Converter as well and I'm really confused on what to do. I have the Concert III Series stock radio and I want to add this amp and subwoofer in the trunk and also have the rest of the stock system in use as well... so I want the stock system to run as is, while adding this AMP and subs in the trunk if this is at all possible. I would like to know if there is a wiring diagram for this kind of set up? or any advice I could get to set this up properly. thank you

    1. year and model:::: 2011 Audi A4 Quattro
    2. radio type:::: Concert Series (AMI in glovebox)
    3. steer controls::: YES, it has some controls but I'm not sure what they all do
    4. new radio type::: for now factory radio, looking into any upgrade option available
    5. Sirius XM tuner::: NO, I don't care for any Sirius tuner
    6. Aftermarket Amp::: Yes, DUAL brand Amp XPE4700 (800Watts) with 2 x 10" HiFonics subwoofers in a box (speakers and amp was given to me for free)
    [/QUOTE]

    Unfortunately I do not have anything that can make that a plug and play situation for you. If you cannot find the information you are looking for by searching this forum I recommend taking the car to a local installer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Christian@enfig View Post
    Not really sure how I missed this.

    Wiring harness - Connects to your cars original harness and terminates into Blaupunkt style connector. (We also have PNP adapters that convert the Blaupunkt style connector into radio specific connections)
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_SRWH_AUD3_HILO.html Fixes low rear audio and does steering wheel controls with a SWCL.
    or
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_SRWH_AUD3.html Is the same as above without the HILO box. This DOES NOT FIX audio issues but is cheaper.

    Adds steering wheel controls to the boxes above.
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_SWCL_SON.html

    Converts the Blaupunkt style connection into a connection specific to your radio. I need a picture of your harness to verify.
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_PNP_SON0017.html

    Antenna adapter - This converts your 2 antenna connections into the universal connections most radios need.
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_AAA_VWAUD5.html

    This is out dash kit. It matches the factory dash pretty close to perfect. We do not have a cheap kit for this because they all look bad in our opinion.
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_RMK8_A4B67.html

    This mic makes replaces the aftermarket mic for better sound goes in the factory location.
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_MIC_AUD4.html

    Keys to take out the radio.
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_RRK4...OOLS_KEYS.html

    To use factory Satellite antenna you must run the cable to the tuner in the trunk. You will still need to buy a new tuner this is just to use the antenna.
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_SAA_SIR_600_GREEN.html


    To use factory GPS antenna. All 2004-2008 radios have a connection in the rear right C pillar. Cars with the RNS-E radio have it behind the radio.
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_GAA_3.html
    If car has GPS antenna on roof but not behind radio you will also need this extension.
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_FAKRA_FF_17.html
    Thank you! Once I figure out which head unit I want I will get a hold of you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Christian@enfig View Post
    Hey guys we get alot of calls and E-mails with radio installation questions. I decided to make this sticky to help anyone who is confused.
    We also sell the following brands of radios radios even though they are not on the site.

    Alpine (installation only)
    Clarion
    JVC
    Kenwood
    Kenwood Excelon (installation only)
    Parrot
    Pioneer

    There will be more updates to our how-to but to start if you tell me what you have I can tell you what you need.
    If you need help this is is what I need from you. I will respond in this thread.

    1. Year and model of car
    2. What radio did the car come with from the factory. (It doesn't matter if you have Bose)
    3.Does the car have steering wheel controls?
    4 What is the brand and model number of your new radio?
    5. Are you going to be using a Sirius XM satellite tuner if yes which one?

    1.)2001 A6 c5
    2.)Bose system
    3.)Yes but might delete them
    4.)It a pioneer not sure of the model number
    5.)No

    Is there a aftermarket wiring harness that will help connect a double din radio... or should I just rewire the whole speaker system my self

    Thanks!


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    Quote Originally Posted by A6Jose View Post
    1.)2001 A6 c5
    2.)Bose system
    3.)Yes but might delete them
    4.)It a pioneer not sure of the model number
    5.)No

    Is there a aftermarket wiring harness that will help connect a double din radio... or should I just rewire the whole speaker system my self

    Thanks!


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    1. 2004 S4 b6
    2. Symph II
    3. No steering wheel controls
    4. JVC KW-V330BT
    5. No sat, but back up camera

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    Hi, I wanted to know which products from your site I would need to purchase to properly install this stereo.

    1. A4 B7 2008
    2. RNS-E
    3. Yes, it has steering wheel controls.
    4. Pioneer avh-4201nex
    5. No, not using Sirius XM satellite. Will be installing a back-up camera.

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fatbiscuits View Post
    1. 2004 S4 b6
    2. Symph II
    3. No steering wheel controls
    4. JVC KW-V330BT
    5. No sat, but back up camera
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_SRWH_AUD2_HILO.html Fixes low rear audio and does steering wheel controls with a SWCL.
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_SRWH_AU2.html This DOES NOT FIX audio issues but is cheaper.
    We were going to make a no steering wheel control HILO but decided to bring the price of the HILO with steering down to the no steering price.
    We did the same with the non HILO units and got rid of the SRWH-AUD2-NS. Its still on the site but if you order it we just send you the SRWH-AUD2-B

    We do not have a PNP for that unit but you can send us yours and we charge $20 to make it a PNP or you can use the cable below.
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_PNP_UNI.html

    Antenna adapter - This converts your 2 antenna connections into the universal connections most radios need.
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_AAA_VWAUD2.html

    This is out dash kit. It matches the factory dash pretty close to perfect. We do not have a cheap kit for this because they all look bad in our opinion.
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_RMK8_A4B67.html

    This mic makes replaces the aftermarket mic for better sound goes in the factory location.
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_MIC_AUD4.html

    Keys to take out the radio.
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_RRK4...OOLS_KEYS.html


    To use factory Satellite antenna you must run the cable to the tuner in the trunk. You will still need to buy a new tuner this is just to use the antenna.
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_SAA_SIR_600_GREEN.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by furiousfkl View Post
    Hi, I wanted to know which products from your site I would need to purchase to properly install this stereo.

    1. A4 B7 2008
    2. RNS-E
    3. Yes, it has steering wheel controls.
    4. Pioneer avh-4201nex
    5. No, not using Sirius XM satellite. Will be installing a back-up camera.

    Thanks.
    Wiring harness - Connects to your cars original harness and terminates into Blaupunkt style connector. (We also have PNP adapters that convert the Blaupunkt style connector into radio specific connections)
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_SRWH_AUD3_HILO.html Fixes low rear audio and does steering wheel controls with a SWCL.
    or
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_SRWH_AUD3.html Is the same as above without the HILO box. This DOES NOT FIX audio issues but is cheaper.

    Adds steering wheel controls to the boxes above.
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_SWCL.html

    Converts the Blaupunkt style connection into a connection specific to your radio.
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_PNP_RADIO.html

    Antenna adapter - This converts your 2 antenna connections into the universal connections most radios need.
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_AAA_VWAUD5.html

    This is out dash kit. It matches the factory dash pretty close to perfect. We do not have a cheap kit for this because they all look bad in our opinion.
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_RMK8_A4B67.html
    look at this article about shallow face radios. https://www.ceoutlook.com/2017/06/21...o-shape-shift/

    This mic makes replaces the aftermarket mic for better sound goes in the factory location.
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_MIC_AUD4.html

    Keys to take out the radio.
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_RRK4...OOLS_KEYS.html

    To use factory Satellite antenna you must run the cable to the tuner in the trunk. You will still need to buy a new tuner this is just to use the antenna.
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_SAA_SIR_600_GREEN.html
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  10. #610
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    Quick question: How do I remove my aftermarket radio from your dash kit? I need to check a few of the wires back there and I have been struggling with getting the radio removed after install. This is the dash kit I purchased: https://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_RMK16_A6.html

    Nevermind.....got it out.
    Last edited by SixOp; 10-09-2017 at 11:33 AM.
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    Stage 3 Forum Advertiser Four Rings Christian@enfig's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by SixOp View Post
    Quick question: How do I remove my aftermarket radio from your dash kit? I need to check a few of the wires back there and I have been struggling with getting the radio removed after install. This is the dash kit I purchased: https://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_RMK16_A6.html

    Nevermind.....got it out.

    Sorry I didn't see this until now.
    Its tight so sometimes you have to wrestle it out. The tight cavity in the A6 does not help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Christian@enfig View Post
    Sorry I didn't see this until now.
    Its tight so sometimes you have to wrestle it out. The tight cavity in the A6 does not help.
    No worries. I fought with it a little bit and got it out.

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    Audi radio replacement guide by EnfigCarStereo.com

    Hi I was hoping you can tell me what I need to buy from your site for my A4?

    1. 2008 A4 B7
    2. Symphony
    3. Yes it has steering wheel controls
    4. Kenwood DDX719
    5. Not using Sirius XM

    Thanks in advance


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    Last edited by Edystoy; 10-16-2017 at 07:01 PM.

  14. #614
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    Quote Originally Posted by Edystoy View Post
    Hi I was hoping you can tell me what I need to buy from your site for my A4?

    1. 2008 A4 B7
    2. Symphony
    3. Yes it has steering wheel controls
    4. Kenwood DDX719
    5. Not using Sirius XM

    Thanks in advance


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    Wiring harness - Connects to your cars original harness and terminates into Blaupunkt style connector. (We also have PNP adapters that convert the Blaupunkt style connector into radio specific connections)
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_SRWH_AUD3_HILO.html Fixes low rear audio and does steering wheel controls with a SWCL.
    or
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_SRWH_AUD3.html Is the same as above without the HILO box. This DOES NOT FIX audio issues but is cheaper.

    Adds steering wheel controls to the boxes above.
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_SWCL_KEN.html

    Converts the Blaupunkt style connection into a connection specific to your radio.
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_PNP_KEN0016.html

    Antenna adapter - This converts your 2 antenna connections into the universal connections most radios need.
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_AAA_VWAUD5.html

    This is out dash kit. It matches the factory dash pretty close to perfect. We do not have a cheap kit for this because they all look bad in our opinion.
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_RMK8_A4B67.html

    This mic makes replaces the aftermarket mic for better sound goes in the factory location.
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_MIC_AUD4.html

    Keys to take out the radio.
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_RRK4...OOLS_KEYS.html

    To use factory Satellite antenna you must run the cable to the tuner in the trunk. You will still need to buy a new tuner this is just to use the antenna.
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_SAA_SIR_600_GREEN.html


    To use factory GPS antenna. All 2004-2008 radios have a connection in the rear right C pillar. Cars with the RNS-E radio have it behind the radio.
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_GAA_PIO2.html
    If car has GPS antenna on roof but not behind radio you will also need this extension.
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_FAKRA_FF_17.html
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    1. 2004 allroad Quattro
    2. Symphony II
    3. Yes, and want to keep/use.
    4 Kenwood dmx7704s
    5. Not going to use, but might wire it up just in case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bob.os View Post
    1. 2004 allroad Quattro
    2. Symphony II
    3. Yes, and want to keep/use.
    4 Kenwood dmx7704s
    5. Not going to use, but might wire it up just in case.
    Wiring harness - Connects to your cars original harness and terminates into Blaupunkt style connector. (We also have PNP adapters that convert the Blaupunkt style connector into radio specific connections)
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_SRWH_AUD2_HILO.html Fixes low rear audio and does steering wheel controls with a SWCL.
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_SRWH_AU2.html This DOES NOT FIX audio issues but is cheaper.
    We were going to make a no steering wheel control HILO but decided to bring the price of the HILO with steering down to the no steering price.
    We did the same with the non HILO units and got rid of the SRWH-AUD2-NS. Its still on the site but if you order it we just send you the SRWH-AUD2-B

    Adds steering wheel controls to the boxes above.
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_SWCL_KEN.html

    Converts the Blaupunkt style connection into a connection specific to your radio.
    (I don't have a PNP for this radio yet but if you send in the harness that came with your radio I Can build you one for $20 using your harness)
    For anyone else reading this. It's $20 because we plan on making the harness. If it's a radio that we do not regularly have a harness for then the price is $50.

    Antenna adapter - This converts your 2 antenna connections into the universal connections most radios need.
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_AAA_VWAUD2.html

    This is out dash kit. It matches the factory dash pretty close to perfect. We do not have a cheap kit for this because they all look bad in our opinion.
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_RMK8_A4B67.html
    look at this article about shallow face radios. https://www.ceoutlook.com/2017/06/21...o-shape-shift/

    This mic makes replaces the aftermarket mic for better sound goes in the factory location.
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_MIC_AUD4.html

    Keys to take out the radio.
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_RRK4...OOLS_KEYS.html


    To use factory Satellite antenna you must run the cable to the tuner in the trunk. You will still need to buy a new tuner this is just to use the antenna.
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_SAA_SIR_600_GREEN.html


    To use factory GPS antenna. All 2004-2008 radios have a connection in the rear right C pillar. Cars with the RNS-E radio have it behind the radio.
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_GAA_3.html
    If car has GPS antenna on roof but not behind radio you will also need this extension.
    http://enfigcarstereo.com/ENFIG_FAKRA_FF_17.html
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    Quick question on how to remove the radio after you installed it with an RMK15-A6 adapter.

    Trying to remove the radio to add more stuff to it but can't figure out for the life of me how to do it.

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    2001 Audi S4
    Symphony
    I wish..
    RNS-E
    No Sirius
    Stock amp for now. May put A8 amp in soon.

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bordom View Post
    Quick question on how to remove the radio after you installed it with an RMK15-A6 adapter.

    Trying to remove the radio to add more stuff to it but can't figure out for the life of me how to do it.

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    You have to insert the removal keys between the copper and the cage to release the locking tabs then wiggle the radio out. I usually use a right angle hook tool to hook the copper tabs. Just go back and forth and it should slide right out. If the radio screws are not in enough or the cage is a little warped this can be more difficult.
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    Stage 3 Forum Advertiser Four Rings Christian@enfig's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beetsport View Post
    2001 Audi S4
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    RNS-E
    No Sirius
    Stock amp for now. May put A8 amp in soon.

    Thanks!
    For an RNS-E you need a can generator and a custom cut radio. Unless your are going for the OEM look its a waste of money to install an RNS-E.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Christian@enfig View Post
    We can integrate with your factory radio but I need to know what radio you are installing.
    Iíll find out what the model number is on the radio thanks


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