2003 Nissan PRIMERA Aux-In
Hello everybody, Im new in this forum, but I read you allways I can.
Iīm from Spain (excuse me for my poor english), and my car is a 2003 Nissan PRIMERA (p12 model)
I am installing a car-pc in my car, (i will post my advances on it) but i have now a problem with the audio system...
This is my radio-CD model:
This are the radio-CD connections:
I have not aux-in in the radio, then, Im trying to install an input for it.
I opened the radio, looking for any connector on the board, but the input I found, was just a preinstallation...(no components in the other side)
I wrote each connector, for the meaning of it.
I read an tuto about an aux-in using the CD charger, but is not my case, I have not CD charger, even the radio is prepared for it.
This is the connections pin for it in the radio main board:
In firs place, I am interested injecting sound signal on this way, but, if i simply connects speakers on their place, it makes nothing...
Must i Connect any other pin for just the radio recognice other mode in the radio?
I dont know if im telling what i want...
The radio shows "radio" and "cd"...i want to i could set ""cd charger" too, and then use this way for input the signal...
This are the radio pins, i suppose no way for inputing the signal that way...
This other photo is the telephone an navi connections:
Maybe i can activate this phone input, but dont interest me, because is Mono signal...
I prefer reserve it for any future handsfree installation.
The last way i have for inputing the audio signal is using the Cd reader bus...This are the pins of it...
Anybody tell me about using this way for input the audio signal, and prepare an AUDIO CD for reading it, then the audio will be listened on the speakers, because no cd noise is emitted.
For the moment, i Solded a RCA cable for each speaker, for using an amplifier...
But i want to inyect the signal directly from the PC, and the Radio will recognice it like an "Aux-In"
I connected the RCA input in this points, at the exit of the radio, where you can see too a point called "AUX-IN"...
Is interesting that point for me? or is just another preinstallation?
Can anybody help me?
Thanks a lot, and excuse my english...