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    Hi again guys, just got a lil question for ya.
    Ok well i have a sony cdx-f5500 headunit and it has an audio input for the cd changer that you hook up, that i do have hooked up. Ya, anyways, if you don't have the sony cable hooked up to the cd changer, the headunit can't play audio from the audio input cables, simple.
    Anyways i pluged in a cd player to the rca-in cables and left the signal cable in the cd-changer. It played and on the headunit it just showed what track the cd was on, in the cd changer.
    Sorry if all this is hard to understand, i can clear it up for you all if need be.
    My question is, is there a switch/cable/box that you can use to change between audio sources?
    Here is a rough sketch of what it should look like, i know its crap:
    2009 Altima 2.5S CVT Dark Slate

  • #2
    Wow, I am sure that makes a lot of sense to someone else, but i am kinda lost, is there any guides out there?
    Or anyway to tell this to a dummy?
    sorry, and thanks for the help.
    2009 Altima 2.5S CVT Dark Slate


    • #3
      Naw, i can make the switch, i just need a little more guidence.
      2009 Altima 2.5S CVT Dark Slate


      • #4
        No More Help?
        2009 Altima 2.5S CVT Dark Slate


        • #5
          Originally posted by ClubFed11
          No More Help?
          Wondering if you could help me in making a switch...

          here's my problem:



          • #6

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Rocky388
              yeah i've seen those before with a manual switch but i'd like something more automatic.

              it should give preference to line a and when line b turns on it should switch over. and then switch back to line a when line b turns off.