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Becker Aux in cable


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For Dell .... or Orient Express .... or anyone else who has installed the Becker Aux in cable to run an iPod through a CDR-220.

I received my cable from Becker today, along with the pin-in directions .... very specific.

Instructions for installing an external audio source (MP3)

"Locate set of female RCA jacks from modification kit":

(I assume they mean the bundled set: red and white RCA jacks.)

Brown into #18;

yellow into # 19;

red into # 20.

Problem is, there is another, separate red RCA jack (total of 3) in the bundle, with Red and Black leads. No mention of these in the instructions.

Any help here? Do I throw it away?

Thanks,

Kim

2000 Cab

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For Dell .... or Orient Express .... or anyone else who has installed the Becker Aux in cable to run an iPod through a CDR-220.

I received my cable from Becker today, along with the pin-in directions .... very specific.

Instructions for installing an external audio source (MP3)

"Locate set of female RCA jacks from modification kit":

(I assume they mean the bundled set: red and white RCA jacks.)

Brown into #18;

yellow into # 19;

red into # 20.

Problem is, there is another, separate red RCA jack (total of 3) in the bundle, with Red and Black leads. No mention of these in the instructions.

Any help here? Do I throw it away?

Thanks,

Kim

2000 Cab

the third single one is for the phone, you can toss it :)

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For Dell .... or Orient Express .... or anyone else who has installed the Becker Aux in cable to run an iPod through a CDR-220.

I received my cable from Becker today, along with the pin-in directions .... very specific.

Instructions for installing an external audio source (MP3)

"Locate set of female RCA jacks from modification kit":

(I assume they mean the bundled set: red and white RCA jacks.)

Brown into #18;

yellow into # 19;

red into # 20.

Problem is, there is another, separate red RCA jack (total of 3) in the bundle, with Red and Black leads. No mention of these in the instructions.

Any help here? Do I throw it away?

Thanks,

Kim

2000 Cab

the third single one is for the phone, you can toss it :)

You beat me to it! :clapping: But save it, as you never know when you will need some of those little pins to add something or repair a connector on the radio. (worst comes to worst, don't toss it, send it to me, I tend to collect stuff like that)

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the third single one is for the phone, you can toss it :)

You beat me to it! : But save it, as you never know when you will need some of those little pins to add something or repair a connector on the radio. (worst comes to worst, don't toss it, send it to me, I tend to collect stuff like that)

Stumpjumper & O.E. - Thanks for the quick response. I tend to save things like that, also. Few greater satisfactions than going to my toolbox in the middle of a project .... and pulling out exactly the obscure thing I need to finish (or salvage) a project. Well, maybe a greater satisfaction is then getting to point out to my wife, "see, its not all junk after all".

Kim

2000 Cab

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