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Is there a way to link a JVC Kameleon head unit with my stock CD changer? I have a mercedes slk350, just replaced the audio 20 head unit with the JVC Kameleon. Everything works and looks good, but I want to try to keep my stock CD changer. Is there any way to link it to the JVC?

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The only thing i can suggest is to go to your audio shop and ask the same question to them, as they normally carry many different styles of leads and may have one there that will help you to connect your cd player, Is there a din output on the back of this unit? if so they should be able to help.

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