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I noticed that no 1 spoke of the wires that you were requesting so what I found out from the board self for the a iTrip work comes up the little LCD display if you pop it open it tells you what each 1 of those wires are for the red and black obviously are power and ground. Green is Right side, brown is ground (or S on Griffin's board), yellow is Left Side, purple goes to 'I', blue to 'X', white is 'T'. I'm only guessing for the x,t,&I but i maybe the interaction from connector to LCD x is receive and the is transmit. Not really sure on it so don't quote me on that. But that's about far as I can help with. Since I'm converting mine from iPod connector to regular headphone jack to use on my android
I had the same problem. The plastic harness around the connector broke after I had the iTrip for only a few months. It finally quit working recently. I was amazed to see how cheaply made this somewhat expensive item was when I finally took it apart. Anyways, here is what I came up with. There\'s a bit of whine in the signal, which I believe is because my soldering on the yellow and brown wires left a little to be desired. But, as I said, this configuration did actually work. Will post results of cleaning up the connection on those two pads.
form top to bottom, for the wires on the power connection side (right) Aqua (A), Brown (S), orange (LR), yellow (LG), black (G), red (L). The letters in parenthesis indicate the letter by the connection on the circuit board.
From the Griffin website: "This means that the iPod you're using isn't compatible with the new iTrip. The new iTrip with App Support requires data connections that aren't available in iPod models made before September of 2007. The good news is, there are plenty of iTrip models that are compatible with your iPod. For a complete list of Griffin products that are compatible with your iPod, go to our Products page and click on the picture of your iPod"