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  1. What model of head unit is this? 
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    My Golf has one but I'm at a loss to identify it (model/make etc.).

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  3. Re: What model of head unit is this? 
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    Crasher - many thanks for your reply. I really hope you can help me with the following or point me to an appropriate thread...

    Bought a 2006 Golf GT TSI with this head unit and a 6-CD changer in the arm rest.
    My questions are simple:

    1. The head unit says there's an AUX option on the display (no dedicated AUX button) - can I activate this if it's not already? How do I know it's active - it shows up in yellow if I access the AUX menu.

    2. If active already can a cable with jack be plugged into the back of the MFD2 DVD? i.e. does the unit have a dedicated socket into which such things can go to go to an MP3 player etc.?

    3. Could the same be done from the CD changer end? (i.e. disconnect the CD changer and plug in an appropriate cable with jack?).

    I don't really want to rip out the head unit as the car is immaculate.

    Grateful for help/advice/comment.
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