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Blaupunkt Plug n Play adapter cable for cdr220


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I have a 2000 Boxster S with the premium sound package DSP, back speakers and Amp. I want to keep the CDR220 head unit and getting an ipod hookup. Read though some of the threads and people have replaced the weak amp with a blaupunkt THA 475 PnP amp which fits right where the original amp is (in front of battery in front trunk). I have been looking for the PnP adapter cables for the Porsche. Crutchfield and Car Stereo On line do not have them. I understand that I can just use the adapter cable to hookup the amp to the headunit and thread it through the firewall. Going through the firewall seems tricky from what I have read, but doable. Installation is extremely easy from I have read.

One- do I have the concept correct?

Two- where do I find the plug n play adapter for Porsche or can I use some other adapter cable set?

I don't want to spend a fortune and want to keep the stock appearance of the interior. I am not replacing the speakers at this time. The Pnp THA 475 amp seems like an inexpensive solution. Suggestions?

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I have a 2000 Boxster S with the premium sound package DSP, back speakers and Amp. I want to keep the CDR220 head unit and getting an ipod hookup. Read though some of the threads and people have replaced the weak amp with a blaupunkt THA 475 PnP amp which fits right where the original amp is (in front of battery in front trunk). I have been looking for the PnP adapter cables for the Porsche. Crutchfield and Car Stereo On line do not have them. I understand that I can just use the adapter cable to hookup the amp to the headunit and thread it through the firewall. Going through the firewall seems tricky from what I have read, but doable. Installation is extremely easy from I have read.

One- do I have the concept correct?

Two- where do I find the plug n play adapter for Porsche or can I use some other adapter cable set?

I don't want to spend a fortune and want to keep the stock appearance of the interior. I am not replacing the speakers at this time. The Pnp THA 475 amp seems like an inexpensive solution. Suggestions?

There are adapters for this, i found one with RCA jacks that plug into the conecter in the back of the CDR, I plan to install Sirius. There is a left, right and common connection. It should not be a big deal. These conections hook to the CD multi changer. A question for you......your DSP where is it located in the dash, I have the premium with the amp and subs but no DSP. I was thinking of adding it. Do you know anything about it? was DSP an option with the premium system?

Thanks

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