CD Stacker 1995 E220

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Budgie
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CD Stacker 1995 E220

Post by Budgie » Sun 01 Jan, 2017 7:08 pm

I have the stock radio cassette and wondering what aftermarket CD Stackers can I put into my E220 that are plug and play?

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Re: CD Stacker 1995 E220

Post by Ivanerrol » Sun 01 Jan, 2017 11:22 pm

I'm assuming you have the stock Eurovox head unit.

Have a look at the existing connector and make sure you get the same config.
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Re: CD Stacker 1995 E220

Post by Tony From West Oz » Mon 02 Jan, 2017 2:28 am

Ivanerrol wrote:I'm assuming you have the stock Eurovox head unit.

Have a look at the existing connector and make sure you get the same config.
I feel that the OP was asking for a stacker to mate with the stock head unit. I may have that wrong, or he may need to replace the stock head unit to get one which will take a stacker.
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Re: CD Stacker 1995 E220

Post by Budgie » Mon 16 Jan, 2017 2:04 pm

Its a standard MB radio cassette with CD buttons on it. Are they normally boot mounted ans remote control?
I wanted to keep the MB factory unit andpossibly find another MB stacker to connect to it. Are all the connectors from similar years the same and do you need a remote?

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Re: CD Stacker 1995 E220

Post by Ivanerrol » Mon 16 Jan, 2017 9:42 pm

If you have the standard Eurovox which was the Australian installed audio unit then there will be a connection for a stacker on the rear.
The Stacker in my C200 was mounted in the boot - it was faulty and I removed it.
Here's an image of the unit
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And here's the connection plug used
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