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Thread: Any1 has pinout for Pioneer male-male ip-bus cable?

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    Any1 has pinout for Pioneer male-male ip-bus cable?

    Hi,

    I'm looking for the pinout for the ip-bus cable
    to connect a pioneer head unit to a pioneer cd-changer (my old cable got lost and I can't find/buy a new one in my country)

    I can replace the connector with cdrom ones buy
    I don't know if I have to connect the pins one-to-one, or some (data pins maybe) have to be crossed.

    both connector should be male.

    I think the pionner name for this cable is
    CD-IP150

    Thanks for any info on this

    Johnny

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    SEARCH !!!!


    this topic has been discussed ad infinitum .. there are several pinout diagrams around
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    I did search, all there is, is pinouts to connect
    rca audio inputs to the ipbus on the head unit.

    What I'm looking for is the configuration of the
    ip-bus cable male-to-male (ip-bus connector to
    ip-bus connector), not the rca-to-ipbus.

    This cable is the one you use to connect a
    pioneer head unit to a pioneer cd changer. What
    I need to know is if the pins go one-to-one
    from one connector to the other or if some pins
    are crossed.

    just a clarification, no heart feelings

    Johnny

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    1 minute search on "ip-bus" found this

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    Again, I do NOT want an IP-bus to RCA cable/adaptor, what I need to know is if
    an ip-bus to ip-bus cable has its pins connected
    one-to-one (that is if pin 1 connects to pin 1,
    pin 2 connects to pin 2, etc) or some are crossed
    (pin 1 to pin 2, etc).

    Pioneer's site link to the cable is:
    http://www.pioneerelectronics.com/Pi...429,85,00.html

    Thanks for any help

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    give him a breack guys! read what he is saying (you know, like you listen to what he is writing...)

    i would mail pioneer. www.pioneerelectronics.com

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