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    Alpine Changer to Headunit match

    I have just bought an Alpine headunit model CDM-9807RB and with it a 6 disc changer model XQE 100230 off of ebay.

    The seller said they were used together but was sold with no lead to connect the two. On the back of the headunit it has an 8 pin socket but the changer has a 10 pin plug like in a rectangle and the 8 pin is rounded form, do these go together or not anybody know?

    Been looking at leads but can't find anything that seems to match, can you get a lead which will convert the 8 to 10 pin or not?

    Any help would be really appreciated guys (and girls)

    Mark

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    The only reference I can find to that multiplay you have is that it's a 10 disc player found in Rovers?
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    That model of changer was a fit for the head units in Rovers...

    so it may not be compatible with the HU...

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