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When I did this logjam's place didn't have a PAC AUX POD connector , so the way I did my installation was the old fashion way , innovation.

I have no pictures yet but hopefully someone can give it a quick read and see if something makes no sense so I can fix it.. I wrote this up in about 10 mins

http://www.hybridsrt.com/forums/showthread.php?goto=newpost&threadid=62


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hmm thats pretty slick.

One could keep the stock deck as a detourant to thieves and still have a bumpin system...nice
 

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Racin-Jason said:
hmm thats pretty slick.

One could keep the stock deck as a detourant to thieves and still have a bumpin system...nice
Yep.. I just gotta figure out how to access the equalizer out of our stock radio.. the guys over kicker showed me the functions our stock radio has and it is amazing :)
 

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smoger said:
thats the same spot i have my dell dj set up.. im running an aftermarket deck though so it made things much easier having an rca input
I don't really want to change my headunit, from what I've seen this headunit is pretty good with the combination speakers we have, the only prob is we don't have access to the equalizer tools , which this radio has and from what i saw its pretty impressive of what you can do with this radio.
 

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Somebody definitely needs to learn how to access those functions.
I have my stock deck converted to RCA's and into a 5 channel amp which powers the kicker speakers and I swapped the Kicker sub for a JL 10W3v2 D4. It rocks, just want to make some small adjustments yet.

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Yep.. I just gotta figure out how to access the equalizer out of our stock radio..
you can't, unless you pay $2500 for a J1850 gateway and convince SVDO to give you their EQ software.
 

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All I know its a utility which they access out of our OBD2 , I am not sure if thats what your trying to tell us since I am not a radio guy at all
First you need a "gateway" box, which will translate from the RS-232 serial port on a PC to the Chrysler J1850 data bus through the diagnostic connector. Then you need the software app from the radio manufacturer or DCX to actually change the EQ settings. And even then, the EQ isn't permanently stored. Lose battery power and it'll go back to the default EQ.

long story short, it's impossible to do w/o the proper equipment.
 

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Jim Z said:
First you need a "gateway" box, which will translate from the RS-232 serial port on a PC to the Chrysler J1850 data bus through the diagnostic connector. Then you need the software app from the radio manufacturer or DCX to actually change the EQ settings. And even then, the EQ isn't permanently stored. Lose battery power and it'll go back to the default EQ.

long story short, it's impossible to do w/o the proper equipment.
Ah thanks I learn something new every day :D
 
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