Question about JVC KD-G210 CD Player
All you need is a 12V power supply. Just connect the car receiver power and accessory leads to the 12V + output and the ground from the receiver to 12V - output. Connect your speakers normally.
Many online electronics parts suppliers have such power supplies. Or you can get one from your local Radio Shack. If you have an old computer somewhere, you can use the power supply from it.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
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