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Power Cable I buy this used radio at the amazon webpage, the person send me radio without power cable and installation guide, today call person who sell pyle parts and buy the cable, i need know where connect remote turn on cable or remote cable (blue/white cable), and side breake cable (black/white cable). Thanks

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  • seravalli Oct 30, 2008

    Thanks for you answer but i buy the power cable but i don't know where connect the cable...



    Thanks for all

  • seravalli Oct 30, 2008

    Thanks for all

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Usually the remote turn on cable is for an amplifier, its a signal wire the tells the amplifier to turn on when the radio is on.  If you don't have and amplifier just cap that wire.  I will need more information on the "side breake cable" if you can supply it.

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3. the additional bundles of cables/RCA becomes handy and by connectivity is as simples as inserting a cable into a similar receiver cable from provided with the new device to be acquire separaly.
4. Remember; RCA cables are symbolised for functiona s well, where red and yellow cables are video signals and white and several other coloured wires are audio and sound connectability cables to another device acquired later.

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I write to pyle audio supor for the power cable and they send me this mail:

To order parts please contact Sam at 800-444-5671 ext. 325

I Call and i buy the cable the cost with send to miami is aprox $ 27, you have installation Guide?? i buy a used radio by amazon and send me without power cable and installation guide i need know where conect the remote cable, braeke side cable and ill cable...

Thanks

my email is: seravalli@amnet.co.cr, if you could send me installation guide or say me where connect this cables i thank you very much

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