Question about JVC CH-X1500RF 12-Disc CD Changer
These multidisk cd changers usually get their power from the operating system that you have in your car. These systems connect directly to your main radio and operations of it are all from the drivers seat. therefore you do not need to connect any speakers or power cables up to it. It should come with a few cables that help you to connect to your radio.
Posted on Jun 04, 2010
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