the photo shows the pinout for the Philips 90DC888 stereo cassette car radio
can anyone identify the 7 pins on the right side ?
are these for a CD/AUX player & what are their designations ?
what pins to use for main power 12VDC, the two at the bottom rectangle block ?
yes, yes, i had it already ... it is very limited, only shows 2 pages of the entire sm,
likely more than 20 pages are missing ... shows 'connec. A' with seven pins,
likely the CD connector, but does not show their designations, ie, what they are for ...
front page, useless, and one partial page view of the pcb only,
can someone upload the full sm ?
i uploaded earlier the photo for the entire connector, but does not show
the 7 pins designations either ...
It was used for the cd changer... Yes, you can find the line in input on that connector, but it is only enabled, when the original! Cd changer is in playing mode. (Changer is present, cd is in the caddy, and the unit is playing) in disconnected, or paused, or stop mode not.
doesn't the 'mode' button in the front panel change to CD/AUX ?
Yes, is does. But the input is only active,.when the communication between the changer and the unit is OK, AND the CD is playing. (Long cable, analog signal... Noise reduction....)
I had such a device in my old car for 10 years. I tried to use the input too, for an ipod in ~2004...
de ő a 7 pines csatlakozót kérdezte ,az meg line out de le is ellenőrizheti milyen ic-re megy dinosaur
that sm does not exist on this site ...
where can it be found ? can you upload it here ?
is it similar to the 90dc888 model ?
miből gondolod hogy cd ha egyszer kimenet