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2006 Cayman CDR24 and BOSE pinouts


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You realize of course that these components are linked to the audio network via fiber optic lines (MOST)?

Yes, I do know of the fiber link. So on the Bose system is it correct to assume that the B connector speaker connections from the radio are <no connects>, and are done so only from the Bose amp? Also, what about the always on power and switched power at the radio (or did I miss the labeling)?

Thank you for your help!

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The speaker connections on the bose amplified cars are from the amplifier and not the head unit. On the PCM units the Bose option head units do not contain an internal amplifier so there are no live speaker outputs on the rear of the head unit. I'm not sure if the same is true for the CDR units.

If you are trying to retro fit an alternative head unit and retain the existing bose amp and speakers I suggest you read the tech articles over on planetporsche.net under the electronics section of the forum. There is a company in the US that has integrated an aftermarket head unit into an existing bose car , its somewhat complicated but can be done..

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