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jimbo198966

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hi, i didnt know where to ask this so i thought i'd put it on here....

i dont know much about electrics and circuit boards.....as u can tell from the pics and info:p

so here goes......

i'm hackin into a radio/cd player, to basically get the amp out...

well anyway im trying to find the 'input' or the cd player input bit....ive taken all the crap off....got to the serious stuff, circuit boards and ****e :D ive removed the big part that scans the cd........and theres 9 wires that come off that cd part:



this is how it looks :D

heres the circuit board, the pic above is basically the black ring....



right, the question is, which wires (on the Paint art picture), do i hook up to a standard mp3/cd player socket?

i think that makes sense

thanks :eek:
 
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Grae79

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i'm hackin into a radio/cd player
that a euphemism for destroying it?! :rolleyes:

so you want to input something to the pic you've drawn or take an output from it??
 
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Bane

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I think he just means he's taking it apart.

(Or building a stun gun like that t*t Pyrokiller)
 
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jimbo198966

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yeah, im basically taking it apart...

grae79 - im trying to input a mp3 player which will be connected through a standard 3.5mm headphone socket.....but i dont know where to connect the other end of the socket to ( the four wires i think there is :-S ).

cheers
 
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alex

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hi, i didnt know where to ask this so i thought i'd put it on here....









right, the question is, which wires (on the Paint art picture), do i hook up to a standard mp3/cd player socket?

i think that makes sense

:eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek:
 
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Grae79

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think i'd be looking to connect to either the CDL/CDR or the INL/INR...i imagine the L and R refers to the audio channels. my powers of deduction are astounding!
 
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jimbo198966

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yeah, thats what i thought....so i tried it earlier but no go.........i'll have another go tomrrow....just to make sure :)
 
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Grae79

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you have power going to the board i take it?
 
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rumrunner

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HI
Just turn the power on as it is and "dob" (proper sparkies term that you know)you will either get sound from it or it will blow up ,either way it looks like it will end up in the:D binatvbitwww
 
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Grae79

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try and find a circuit diagram...sorted
 
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jimbo198966

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haha ok thanks :D will do grae79 :)

yeah i got power to it....

edit: cant find a circuit diagram for it.... to be honest, i dont know where to look.... :-S

on the circuit board, it reads

model: kw-92mp3 (s5l9294)
date: 2005-05-25
p/n: 271-kw92mmp-13
rev: 1.1

:confused:
 
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alex

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wayne

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try fixing the flux capacitor to the warp matrix ,works for me
 
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rumrunner

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remember its red to red ,black to black or blew to little bits
 
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Shakey

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try fixing the flux capacitor to the warp matrix ,works for me

Nah... you must be thinking of the kw-92mp3 -A

hes got the basic kw-92mp3

Duh!!!;)
 

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