1200 radio operator manual


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1200 radio operator manual

Postby barkman49 » Wed Jul 07, 2010 8:31 pm



Does anyone know how I can get an operator manual for a RM1200 panasonic Radio for a 1200 wing


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Re: 1200 radio operator manual

Postby WingAdmin » Wed Jul 07, 2010 10:58 pm

I'm not sure there is such a thing - I'm pretty sure it's just covered in the 1200 owner's manual.

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Re: 1200 radio operator manual

Postby barkman49 » Thu Jul 22, 2010 3:47 pm

thanks i got the manual for the 1200 aspsy and it was in there I have an intersate so radio was not standard equipment so was not in manual thanks again
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Re: 1200 radio operator manual

Postby tricky » Fri Jul 23, 2010 7:55 am

See if this any help
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Re: 1200 radio operator manual

Postby barkman49 » Fri Jul 23, 2010 2:32 pm

thanks tricky anything helps
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Re: 1200 radio operator manual

Postby wingnut123 » Tue Aug 24, 2010 6:30 am

Thank you!! Now I know how to change stations!!
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Re: 1200 radio operator manual

Postby rickcardwell » Sun Nov 14, 2010 9:34 pm

I have three questions, but first a little history. I have a 84 Interstate, and have the dash ect. removed to replace the non stock radio with OEM radio, I have the radio, handle bar switches, amp, slide mount, and the auto volume/ tone switches, no CB, all off ebay. Here is question #1 is there a module that connects to the speedo cable, to control auto volume? If so I'll head back to ebay. #2 if there is a module and it were not installed would I still get tunes from the speakers? #3 does anybody have a line on a bluetooth module that would connect to the headset cord from the amp to transmit to bluetooth headsets, we have the Scala Rider Teamset headsets and really like being cordless. I like the speakers blasting out the tunes, but the wife is a little more conservative in town, and would like the music in her headset. I tried a mp3 player and she wasn't happy with that.
Thanks in advance, Rick

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Re: 1200 radio operator manual

Postby tricky » Sun Nov 14, 2010 10:13 pm

rickcardwell wrote:I have three questions, but first a little history. I have a 84 Interstate, and have the dash ect. removed to replace the non stock radio with OEM radio, I have the radio, handle bar switches, amp, slide mount, and the auto volume/ tone switches, no CB, all off ebay. Here is question #1 is there a module that connects to the speedo cable, to control auto volume? If so I'll head back to ebay. #2 if there is a module and it were not installed would I still get tunes from the speakers? #3 does anybody have a line on a bluetooth module that would connect to the headset cord from the amp to transmit to bluetooth headsets, we have the Scala Rider Teamset headsets and really like being cordless. I like the speakers blasting out the tunes, but the wife is a little more conservative in town, and would like the music in her headset. I tried a mp3 player and she wasn't happy with that.
Thanks in advance, Rick

There should be according to the interstate wiring diagram a bullet connector on a black and white wire, that send the signal from the speedo.
the single wire W/Bl to the right of the jpg
Dont know about blue tooth with the ancient stuff we have.

You might talk to Sierra http://www.sierra-mc.com/ about that.

If you end up with wired headsets you can put on a volume control (sierra) to the passenger

I use my gps that plays mp3's and have a module wired into the antenna
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Re: 1200 radio operator manual

Postby rickcardwell » Sun Nov 14, 2010 10:23 pm

Thanks, Will search it out, Thanks!!!

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Re: 1200 radio operator manual

Postby tricky » Sun Nov 14, 2010 10:28 pm

rickcardwell wrote:Thanks, Will search it out, Thanks!!!



Should be under the left pocket somewhere

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Re: 1200 radio operator manual

Postby rickcardwell » Sun Nov 14, 2010 11:03 pm

Found it!!! We are good to go. Thanks again, Rick
Have also downloaded the radio user manual.
Now for some good speakers, found Spark-O-Matics under the covers :( Jeez




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