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    Backpack you really digged up old post !

    Yes i can get my hands on these !

    Price same as above

    Let me know

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    Hey guys, HOLD ON A SECOND.

    I believe that this ONLY WORKS WITH IP-BUS not M-Bus... Maestro, do you know if it works with both busses? AFAIK the m-bus pretty much cannot have one of these adapters, whereas the IP-Bus was made with this type of thing in mind. If it is the CD-RB10 or CD-RB20 then it only works with IP-Bus head units (model numbers starting with CDI I think, NOT CDM - CDM is M-Bus)...
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    Telek your right this works just like the CD-RB10 so guys dont jump be sure then jump

    also what the hell is M-bus ??? never seen any

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    M-bus was the predecessor to IP-Bus... so it's much more limited and can't do things like allow an aux-in easily (why? I don't know, but this is what the people from alpine say)... IP-Bus however has the ability to allow an aux-in.

    Probably because M-Bus was designed specifically for use with a cd-changer, so in order to allow an aux-in you have to emulate the Cd-changer, whereas IP-Bus allows a simple aux-in without need to "emulate" anything.

    Incidentally I just hacked my Pioneer DEH-345 to allow an aux-in. It was actually very simple, I was pretty surprised! Unfortunately my digital camera charger is MIA so the only pictures that I could take were with my webcam Oh well.
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    When you look at the design of the CDRB20, they really missed the boat.
    They probably could have had it auto switch, and mute, but if you are playing through the AUX and switch to CD mode, IIRC you will still hear the AUX.

    I found a little circuit to auto switch on an audio signal, and was going to build a CDRB30 (codename ) to auto switch the AUX input when the CD was playing, but then I abandoned the project as I got an empeg

    I got the CDRB20 schematic from Pioneer many moons ago, which is up here if anyone whats to check it out.
    Really should have put a counter up there tho, and have now lost all the account details

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    hey do you still have that little circuit? that would actually be of big help to me.
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    SONY HU

    Does Sony Make Something like this for sony units????? Please tell me yes!
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    Re: SONY HU

    Originally posted by Darkstar757
    Does Sony Make Something like this for sony units????? Please tell me yes!
    Yes

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    Or if you fancy hacking the Sony one:

    http://gnunilink.sourceforge.net/



    Sadly I dont have the circuit for the Pioneer thing any more. I lost all my hard drives when my PSu blew up, and had no backup. Funny (i suppose..) thing was I had a DAT drive on order when it happened

    I found this: http://sound.westhost.com/project38.htm from a quick google which was the inspiration for the pioneer circuit. This should give you an idea of what would be needed.

    Dave

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    Maestro, hate to thread crap, but you might want to see here before you set your price

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