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Remote wire What color is the remote wire coming from the harness of the dvd? trying to hook up an amplifier and cant figure it out. Please help

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Should be a blue one. Blue wires signify POWER OUT (was originally designed for electronic ariels!)

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This is correct you utilise the auto antenna remote wire which is blue.

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Blue is the normal colour

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