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    Quote Originally Posted by theheel
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    i think this feature would come in handy in my eyes. you have your cd player on a long drive, and then the voice commands on hte gps kicks in when you have to exit or take a turn

    lateral thinking, nice!

    That's if you can get the voice to be loud enough over the CD.


    Because that is the problem at the moment with mediacar and destinator, the volume of the voice does not get over the music. Must make an addition to his offical requests thread.

    gotto go.

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    Pioneer keh 1015 hack

    THe advertisments state that ip bus cable made by pioneer won't work with the keh 1015 pioneer stereo. So can some one tell me what pins back there mean what, and I'll hook it up to my mp3 player myself

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    How do I hack into the bus port on a keh 1015, the cdbr20 says that it won't work for this model pioneer. WHy not? Any ideas how to get around this problem?

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    Just make the cable yourself and test.
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    Quote Originally Posted by grantale
    How do I hack into the bus port on a keh 1015, the cdbr20 says that it won't work for this model pioneer. WHy not? Any ideas how to get around this problem?

    you might need this one CD-RB10, if it has the facilty. Although one description said it had a simplified MCD control. which means it might not be the full IP bus

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    Could someone please post the picture of the hack again? I'm at the point in my install process where I need this information and I would appreciate it greatly.

    I've searched my *** off, BTW.

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    like everyone else, i'm trying to hook up my carpc to the pioneer ip-bus.
    however, i've already got a stacker installed in my boot, and i don't really want to go about hacking up the cables!

    so, to use my headunit's aux mode, via the ip-bus cable, without hacking it up i did the following... (appologies if it's been done and described, i've been searching for 4hrs+ and no sign sofar...)

    1) the most interesting (to my purpose) hacks here are the one's involving the little motherboard function wires (very thin, usually 2-4 holes that slide over pins in the motherboard - they allow the power switch on your pc's case to function, and other goodies). unfortunately, this is only good if you're going to be wiring them into the headunit. i needed to wire into the actual plug (the female one that hooks into the stacker)

    2) so to this, you need some "male" pins to insert... solder some pins to 4 wires with the right and left positive and negative outputs from your soundcard / headphone out and you're singing.

    3) i grabbed a ****ty old 486 motherboard, unsoldered some of the connections and hacked them up. these are a fantastic source of the pins needed for this operation. piccies here....
    [IMG]http://www.flyingpig.ws/mullet/images/****tymobo.jpg[/IMG]

    4) once you've got enough of these, solder wires onto their base and use heatshrink over them, to avoid shorts.

    5) now wire the other end of the wires to some female rca leads (not necessary if you just want to wire them straight into a stereo headphone jack)

    5) now, using the pinout diagrams posted allover this site, insert the pins into their correct holes.

    6) fire up your headunit (i had to select AUX mode on mine, by holding down "function" for a few secs - model deh-p836)

    7) mine started playing my mp3's from my dodgey temp setup!!!!!
    sounded great, just from a headphone jack into the pins!!!

    8) i'd suggest, once you've sorted the wiring etc, to do what others have done. either group them together and zip-tie them, or use heatglue to stick them into a solid bunch (don't glue the pins into the ip-bus plug, otherwise you've just wasted your time and could have just spliced the wires!)

    9) now i can listen to my carpc, and if i ever (never going to happen) need to listen to my stacker, i jsut unplug it! no permament damage as per splicing, so good for reselling it!

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    just a lil FYI

    i tried the tutorial that was posted a few pages ago using the switch wires from the old computer... and everything worked great except the only audio was playing from my left speakers... so i fiddled around and found out that my pin-out on my DEH-P740mp is a tiny bit different than in this image:

    instead of using pin #9 for the R+ connection, I had to use pin #2. I just messed around for a while until i happened up on that combination that worked. Thanks for all your help fellas. I wouldnt have even known where to start if it wasnt for this thread... and google of course.

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    Splicing into pioneer IP-bus cable

    hi, i tried splicing into the IP-bus cable for my RCA wires, but couldn't figure out which wires to splice into. Inside the IP-bus cable are a thick blue wire, a thick gray wire, a thick black wire, then a thin orange wire and a thin gray wire.

    would u know which ones are L+/- and R+/-?

    thanks for your help.

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