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Hi there I own a Kenwood GX 201 JE car Stereo. I would like to know: 1. Where to connect a CD Changer to the back of the unit? 2. What the Pinout is for this connection? 3. What the name of this connection is? I have a photo of the back if I could email this to you. Regards Angus

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  • angus_fergus Jun 20, 2009

    Looks like the right adapter.



    Is there anyone that has these in stock?



    Could you find a pin out for the 20 port?



    Regards Angus

  • angus_fergus Jun 20, 2009

    Can you please find an email address for the company you gave me.



    Thanks Angus

  • angus_fergus Jun 20, 2009

    Awesome, thanks so much

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Hey, having a hard time finding that model, are you sure thats the right model? its not even listed at kenwood. Sure you can email the picture to me at

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