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Thread: Pioneer IP bus hack confusion

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    Constant Bitrate aleromaster's Avatar
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    Well I already have the cable comming to me I just wanted to know What the diagram was for the first layout but I used the second one and am getting plenty of volume

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    Question Remote

    Does your guy's remotes allow you to swith to AUX through the remote? I have the thin credit remote and couldnt seem to figure it out

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    Not to change the subject, but does anyone have the pinouts for Alpine's AiBus or M-bus?

    I moreless have an Alpine CVA-1005 without the brain, wanna see if there is anyway to make a custom cable to feed the video into it, it has the AiNet connector I believe, which has several pins, figured each is just an input?

    Any insight would be great

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    This is a virtually free and easy "hack" that requires minimal soldering, and no soldering to the actual pins.

    http://www.gutterslide.com/IP-BUS_hack/

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    Thats a very good guide
    thanks man
    il be saving that on my pc
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    Does anyone have a copy of the first wiring diagram? Or can they explain how it differs from the second one? I hacked up my bus cable and joined in the connection as wired according to the second one, but it is rather quiet, i got a P5550MP head unit, if that makes any difference

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    What a fun night of schematics. I ended up grabbing the RB20 schematics and traced back the pins. I then decided to search the internet for help.. dumb move on my part... all the answers were basically in this forum..

    Anyway, onto the question. I noticed that this thread is about the questions over which schematic is correct, the problem is neither schematic is showing up anymore. I wondered if all that needed to be done was the solder the L+/- pins and R+/- pins to the correct wires with on the RCA plug to make the hack. Does this type hack have to be grounded at all?

    revive the IPBUS threads

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    if you look 3 posts up, you'll see a schematic and a full tutorial. did you even read the thread?

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    That was a great tutorial for the IP adapter to RCA. This is for those who want to use the AUX and don't have a CD Changer. What about those of us who have a CD changer. I've done some searching in here and it's just left me confused.

    This tutorial looks really easy to do for the non-CD changer. Is there one just as similar for the CD changer and AUX?

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    as long as the plug has connector ends in the holes corresponding to the L+/- and R+/- positions as shown in the diagram and has wires coming from them, you should be able to just cut the wire, find out which of the wires inside are connected to those locations in the plug (using a voltmeter, etc.) and just splice the RCA wires into those lines, and reconnect all the wires. just make sure to reconnect all the wires as they were before, just splicing the RCA into the mix. i don't know for sure, but the audio from the changer may come through the same lines. viola!

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