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What is the audio interrupt in lead wire ?.remote turn on lead ?.and were do i hook them up ?

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The audio interrupt lead = A wire that is typically is connected to a hands free cell phone system.
The turn on lead = Is an activation wire that is typically is connected to an optional amplifier.
Hope this helps.
Good luck...

Posted on Feb 24, 2009

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