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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOUNDS LIKE YOU HAVE A VERY EARLY MODEL CD CHANGER ALPINE UNIT THE S TYPE
USED A AUDIOVOX CD CHANGER HOPE THIS IS USEFUL
Posted on Oct 19, 2008
Try your local radio shack first. Then if they don't have one, there are several online headset/earpiece companies which might including Cobalt http://www.cobaltav.com/accessories.html; Klein Electronics http://www.headsetusa.com/adaptors/; David Clark http://www.davidclark.com/store/
You might also consider getting the correct audio device for the radio at the Motorola store http://www.store.motorola.com/mot/en/US/adirect/motorola;jsessionid=95A27CFFFEDE858D74CC8BB6B82C79C8.mot1?cmd=catDisplayStyle&entryPoint=adirect&catKey=601560&messageType=catDisplayStyle
Last ditch effort, if you don't care about your two-pin audio device ever having two-pins again, simply cut the one you don't need off. One should be a 3.5mm and the other 2.5mm. You'd have to gauge which one to keep.
Posted on Oct 29, 2009
SOURCE: I cannot find the
use your handy dandy test light. it's the easyest way. pretty cheap at autozone. remember, you will have one at 12volts constant, if you can't find one on the connector, tap your cigarette lighter. next turn on the key and find the switched 12volts and make sure it's the right one by turning power on and off. turn the lights on and off just to make sure you didn't get the illumination wire.
Posted on Apr 01, 2010
SOURCE: I have an older model
You might try contacting the people at http://www.wirelesspro.com/. They seem to have a variety of accessories for the Motorola Spirit and TalkAbout line of radios. The Sport 10X was a predecessor to the TalkAbout Distance DPS.
Otherwise, you might check with your local Radio Shack. It is possible they might have a 1-pin device which might work with the Sport 10X. On some audio devices the second pin is only for stability. The main thing which would make a difference is size, length and placement of rings.
Posted on Jan 07, 2011
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The connectors are slightly different depending on which radio system you have. The wiring schematics only say connector 1 and connector 2, so I can't tell you which is left and which is right. All the systems use the same pins for the hot wires, however. They are pin #6 and pin #7 in connector #1 They are (as you may have guessed by the numbers) right next to each other. Pin #6 is RED/WHITE and is hot only with the ignition switch in the ACCESSORY or RUN positions. It is protected by fuse # 12 in the Fuse and Relay Box (Under the left side of the dash). It is a 10 Amp fuse. Pin #7 is PINK and is hot at all times. It is protected by fuse #F2 in the Power Distribution Center. (In the engine compartment, left side) It is a 5 Amp fuse.
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