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Old 12-17-2009, 02:01 PM   #1
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Default Adding Aux-In to my Delco Radio

Hi!

I some questions about my 16137692 Delco Radio

it'* this one

I'd like to have an aux-in , but currently not really sure how to do it.

The tapedeck has some problems, so if I use my 3.5mm jack cassette adapter, i'll only get 3/4 stereo or so.
Since I wouldn't need the tapedeck, I'd choose to disconnect the power supply to the deck and use it'* L/R +/- cables for my 3.5mm setup.

Today I pulled the radio and found something irritating.
There is a free port on the backside of the radio, numbers 11+
On top of the radio, it says that these are aux-ports. Is that so?
And another one says "calling" or sth....

Could I use this port for my plans`? Would be really nice if I don't have to disassemble the whole radio

thanks in advance

alex

ps: if someone has a pinout for this radio, i'd be very thankful ^^ haven't found anything :(
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