Join Date: Jan 2004
Location: Ottawa, Ontario
Right. It does make sense the cd changer would plug into C2. But the first picture I posted shows the one end of the adaptor as being a 22 pin, which would eat up both C1 and C2. So is that cable in the first picture only 12 pins at the one end?
I am going to order the adaptor kit on Thursday.
Even if that cable above is only 12 pins, and the PIE adaptor is 10 pins, and everything seems to hook up nicely, it still doesn't explain why PIE themselves say their cable won't work with the RB1. I will email them again and see what they say.
DJPILL - I am currently using the FM modulation to get sound, and the sound quality is acceptable. The problem is when I travel to larger cities like Montreal or Toronto, most of the FM frequencies are used up and I can't listen to satellite radio at all. The Roady2 only has 6 or 8 possible FM frequencies you can select from. And on a long road trip I have to switch frequencies, ummmm, frequently, as I come and go from various cities, and that's a big pain in the ass. I want it hardwired in so I don't have to fidget with the radio anymore.
Last edited by Morphy; 11-09-2004 at 12:14 PM.