i simple is31


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Rayvn
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i simple is31

Post by Rayvn » Thu Sep 28, 2017 6:08 pm



Hi all. I just purchased an i simple i s31 for use on my 1994 gl1500 se. I do not have antennas on my gl1500. I do not use the radio or the cb so will this unit still work on my bike ? All I want to do is connect it to my cell phone or gps to listen to the music I have on those devices. There is 2 radio jack type plugs that are audio input so I assume I have to buy some kind of adapter to convert this to plug into my cell phone. On the other end there is 2 antenna cables and one of them goes to the radio. Is this all I need? The other one goes to the antenna that is no longer on the bike and is not going to be re-installed. So far this is looking like something I might have made a mistake in buying. Any help from you guys ????

Thanks in advance.


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Re: i simple is31

Post by Bluewaterhooker0 » Thu Sep 28, 2017 7:59 pm

The 2 jacks on the left side of the modulator are called RCA jacks. You need a 3.5mm stereo phone plug >>to>> left and right channel RCA plugs cable. Link is below. Just get a length long enough to reach from the modulator location to where ever you will be using the audio source (IPod, etc.).
Since you no longer have an antenna, just plug the male antenna plug into the radio, or cable extension under the seat. Leave the female side unused. When you power on the device it will send the audio signal to the antenna input.

https://www.amazon.com/RiteAV-Feet-3-5m ... ingdocs-20
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Rayvn
Posts: 66
Joined: Wed Mar 02, 2016 11:52 pm
Location: Washington state north of Vanc.
Motorcycle: 2002 GL1800, 2000 Kawasaki w650, 2010 Yamaha xt250, 1994 Yamaha TW200, 1972 Honda ct-90 dual range tranny, 1968 Honda Express 102 original miles, 1982 Honda cx500 custom, 1972 Bultaco Alpina,
1980 Honda cx500 turbo..."for sale" My latest bike is a 1994 GL1500SE, side car rig.

Re: i simple is31

Post by Rayvn » Thu Sep 28, 2017 9:25 pm

Bluewaterhooker0 wrote:
Thu Sep 28, 2017 7:59 pm
The 2 jacks on the left side of the modulator are called RCA jacks. You need a 3.5mm stereo phone plug >>to>> left and right channel RCA plugs cable. Link is below. Just get a length long enough to reach from the modulator location to where ever you will be using the audio source (IPod, etc.).
Since you no longer have an antenna, just plug the male antenna plug into the radio, or cable extension under the seat. Leave the female side unused. When you power on the device it will send the audio signal to the antenna input.

https://www.amazon.com/RiteAV-Feet-3-5m ... ingdocs-20
Thank you so much for that info bluewater. For a minute there I thought I bought the wrong unit. WHAT!...... me make a mistake, nahhhh. hahaha 8-) :roll:
Lang may your lum reek

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