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    Pioneer IP-Bus Pin outs . . .

    Found a link to this site :

    Clickety Click

    Very useful for savingmoney on IPBus connections

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    Nice idea but I still think i'd rather buy the autoleads/ pioneer aux input adaptor for as little as £7.50

    Part number PC7-101 for anyone thats interested
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    £7.50 ! Ah well.. it may help others to try and connect 'different' changers etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by Autosparks
    Nice idea but I still think i'd rather buy the autoleads/ pioneer aux input adaptor for as little as £7.50

    Part number PC7-101 for anyone thats interested
    ****sake thats cheap.

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