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    I've searched around the net and this forum but I still can't
    find the correct pinouts for my blaupunkt coburg rc85 radio.

    The cd changer connector has two rows, each with 5 pins, so
    this would be 10 pins, but one is left out so there are only nine.
    I asked all the blaupunkt vendors in my town but they only
    sell blaupunkt cd changers, none of them has even a cd changer
    cable i could use

    If anybody has the pinout please post it here.
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    Status: I still need to get some money to buy the inverter.

  • #2
    try www.bluespot.co.uk - they are pretty helpful people. I am planning on buying a blaupunkt cd player before long - they look pretty nice!
    Mediabox Hardware Project
    Current Stage: A complete redesign, although not much happening right now!

    Mediabox Software Project
    Status: Writing Sync Software (still) and playing around with interface
    To do: Far too much!

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    • #3
      blaupunkt pinouts

      hey thanks!
      I've found pictures of the cable I need so now I will try to
      connect some normal RCA cables to my radio (the black wire
      is probably ground, the white & brown are left and right)
      I hope it works cause the connector looks like the right type
      but I don't know if it is really the right one.
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      Status: I still need to get some money to buy the inverter.

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      • #4
        I ws gonna start my own thread but then I saw this one, so pardon the piggyback...

        I'm pretty sure at this point I'm going to get a Blaupunkt Austin CD41 head unit. I guess there's an optional auxiliary-in cable you can buy for $25 with the Blaupunkt connector on one and of a very long cable and a 1/8" plug on the other. I want to run shilded (Monster?) cable from the player to behind the head unit and I don't want to pay $25 for a cable.

        Anyone know what my options are? How stardard are these aux-in cables? Is it one-size-fits-all? Do other vendors make them? Are there any with just a set of RCA-ins? if I wanted to run Monster cable behind the dash and clip the plugs off, could I just connect wires to pins somehow? Anything else you can think of? THanks!

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        • #5
          Lots of companies make the cables, although most of them are very expensive. I would recommend you check out some electronic catalogues and see if you can match the connector. Then, you can wire in whatever cable you want. Once again, check out www.bluespot.co.uk for some great pictures of the cables.
          Mediabox Hardware Project
          Current Stage: A complete redesign, although not much happening right now!

          Mediabox Software Project
          Status: Writing Sync Software (still) and playing around with interface
          To do: Far too much!

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          • #6
            blaupunkt pinouts

            for the 10(9) pins plug the pinouts are:

            [ 1 2 3 4 5 ]
            [ 6 7 8 9 10 ]]

            5, 10 = left, right... test with the balance and you'll find out
            9 = ground

            and if the picture is right you don't need any resistors, diodes, ...
            to get it working. I hope my unit will detect the aux in cause when
            I press source button and nothing is connected it doesn't even
            go to the cd input.

            anyone knows what kind of diodes I can put on the wires
            to prevent any damage? (I don't know a lot about electronics)
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            Status: I still need to get some money to buy the inverter.

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