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    Howto: Pioneer aux in adapter

    use cdrom audio connectors as the black ones in the next post, drill ha hole in the middle one as in the pic, glue them together, solder connectors and shrink tube it all for a leet look.
    pinouts? Pioneer IP bus hack confusion
    not sure of the pionouts, havent tried it with my adapter.
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    No Sh##T!!! That is frickin awesome!

    How the heck did you figure that out?


    Oh yea...are those CDrom audio cables?...the large sized ones?

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    yep thats audio cables, I bought the adapter from a car-audio shop in Sweden.

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    last time i tried doing something like that (self made cables for cdrom, etc.) i got over $100 worth of damage.
    but i think this is great info tho, so thanks!
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    Hey guys - I have tried everything I know to do. I followed the in-depth instructions given in these pages but for some reason I still only get audio coming from my left speakers in my jeep. Absolutely NOTHING comes out of the right speakers... I am connecting my DIY cable to a cable I bought from Radio Shack that I plug into the headphone jack on my iPod and it splits into RCA cables... My HU is DEH-P740mp... any help or ideas would be greatly appreaciated....

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    - I have already checked all my wires to see if they are crossed / done wrong... please dont tell me to try that. After 4 attempts, I still get the same results.

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