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Harness available for hooking up blaupunkt bahamas to amp, the connector is a 20 pin and i cant seem to locate this part or is high level output sufficient?

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Hi, look for any RCA connectors on the wiring harness or rear of radio - these are the line output connectors - If there are no such connectors then your radio has no support.
Most amps will support hi level input but your sound quality may suffer a little bit because of the extra noise introduced by the stereo amp.

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Pin 13: TXDI
[Digital Input for DATA Communications]
TX Hi-speed Data Input Type (jumper JP2005).
Input level 800 mV/600 Ohms, Max.input 1.2V
Tx Low-speed Data input Type ( Jumper
JP2006). Input level 40 mV/600-Ohms
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jumpered), this port is usable for 9600 bps DATA
communications, because the filter and limiter are
not engaged in the Audio line.
Pin 14: DC OUT
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an accessory (jumper JP2008).
Switched and regulated DC 5.0V output for
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Maximum output current is 200 mA
Pin 15: IGN
[Ignition Sense feature]
The VX-5500 may automatically be switched to
the STAND-BY mode when the vehicle's igni-tion
key is turned on.
Maximum current is 20 mA.
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RX Low-speed Data Output Type (jumper
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(300~3000 Hz) range.
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jumpered), this port is usable for 9600 bps DATA
communications, because the filter and limiter are
not engaged in the Audio line.
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and DSUB 22
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The logic output appears at these pins when the
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The possible programming features (use CE49)
are illustrated below.
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Pin 23: EXT SQL
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Open collector output. Max. sink current 10 mA.
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this port changes to PULL UP (5 V) output.
This status can be changed by CE49 programmer.
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Open collector output.
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External Speaker mute off: Open
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