Auxiliary Audio Input


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Falcom54
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Auxiliary Audio Input

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How about good night in Mexico, good morning to you. I am pleased to greet you and with this request your valuable support.
I want to ask you if you can teach me how to install an auxiliary input for my motorcycle, it is GW-SE-97 and it has the Panasonic RM-G30P, Thank you very much and I expect comments ... Greetings ...

Que tal buenas noches en México, buenos días para ustedes. tengo el gusto de saludarlos y con ello solicitar su valioso apoyo.
quiero pedirles si me pueden enseñar como instalar una entrada auxiliar para mi moto, es GW-SE-97 y tiene el Panasonic RM-G30P, Muchas gracias y espero comentarios... Saludos...



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Erdeniz Umman
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Re: Auxiliary Audio Input

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There are two methods; one using the radio circuit and the other using the tape circuit.
Check these two links below for details.
https://www.sheriart.net/honda/
viewtopic.php?p=279892#p279892

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Re: Auxiliary Audio Input

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Erdeniz Umman Thanks friend, but that system is complicated, and apparently it does not work correctly, I will continue to look for or hope that some of the friends who, if it works well, will give me the correct procedure, good afternoon ...

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Re: Auxiliary Audio Input

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Falcom54 wrote:
Mon Jun 01, 2020 4:43 pm
Erdeniz Umman Thanks friend, but that system is complicated, and apparently it does not work correctly, I will continue to look for or hope that some of the friends who, if it works well, will give me the correct procedure, good afternoon ...
I have done the second type (tape circuit) modification and had no issues for 6 years.
And, these are all information you can find on the forums.
Good luck to you.

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Re: Auxiliary Audio Input

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Get yourself one of these FM Modulators.

They're $25, and work very well! When you switch the modulator on, it interrupts your FM antenna and inserts an FM Stereo signal at 87.9 or 88.3 MHz, you simply tune your FM radio to the frequency of the modulator and you receive your MP3 player or whatever other audio source you are connecting to the modulator on the FM radio. The sound quality is excellent. When you switch the modulator off, this restores the FM antenna and your FM radio returns to normal operations.

No surgery on the factory stereo required!

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Re: Auxiliary Audio Input

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DenverWinger : Ok, I appreciate the suggestion, I will see if I can find it here in Mexico. Cheers...



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