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bose 416007 wiring (part 2 ) berty987 help!


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Hello everyone... :D i'm a newbye.... i 've just read this:

http://www.renntech.org/forums/index.php?s...amp;mode=linear

i've got the same amplifier, but i need pinout!! Colors are different from the post , i'm not able to make it work and there are only 5 pins!! :wacko: HEEEELPPP!!

As shown in the picture, there are 5 pins:

1) red and blue joined together (they're also joined on the pcd board)

2) white and brown joined together(together soldered on ground of the pcb board) ( ithink they are + and i input signal from the amp)

3) red/black (i think remote turn on)

4) yellow ??? power feed

5) yellow/gray ????

i can't find the way to know which are power feed and ground , i think that red/blue and white/brown joined together are input signal from amp....

What do you think-....??I'm GOING MAD!!!

Thank you..... :) :) :renntech:

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I know that this doesn't directly answer your question but I have very sucessfully installed a pair of powered active subwoofers (Blaupunkt TH 120) in the space behind the rear seats (ie where the Bose subwoofer normally sits) of my 997. The signal is taken straight off each of the two rear speakers and fed, via filters, into the LO RCA inputs of the active subwoofers. Very clean simple install and works perfectly. I am taking the power supply to the active subwoofers off the fuse box circuit to the sunroof.

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I know that this doesn't directly answer your question but I have very sucessfully installed a pair of powered active subwoofers (Blaupunkt TH 120) in the space behind the rear seats (ie where the Bose subwoofer normally sits) of my 997. The signal is taken straight off each of the two rear speakers and fed, via filters, into the LO RCA inputs of the active subwoofers. Very clean simple install and works perfectly. I am taking the power supply to the active subwoofers off the fuse box circuit to the sunroof.

Hello, i'mk convinced that pinout given in the post are the same (form a2 to a6) , problem is remote signal to wake up circuit, i don't know if is a 12V or a 5V signal (not blue wire from the autoradio) , it could be an differential op amp with 5V wake out signal

I'll try and i'll make you know,

Thanks, :)

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I know that this doesn't directly answer your question but I have very sucessfully installed a pair of powered active subwoofers (Blaupunkt TH 120) in the space behind the rear seats (ie where the Bose subwoofer normally sits) of my 997. The signal is taken straight off each of the two rear speakers and fed, via filters, into the LO RCA inputs of the active subwoofers. Very clean simple install and works perfectly. I am taking the power supply to the active subwoofers off the fuse box circuit to the sunroof.

Hello, i'mk convinced that pinout given in the post are the same (form a2 to a6) , problem is remote signal to wake up circuit, i don't know if is a 12V or a 5V signal (not blue wire from the autoradio) , it could be an differential op amp with 5V wake out signal

I'll try and i'll make you know,

Thanks, :)

SOLVED!!!! red+blu=12V, brown+white=ground, red/black=signal+ from amplifier (use signal 5V as remote to turn on) yellow= signal - yellow/brown= signal+

Bye!! :)

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