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  1. Hi. I'm new here so on start - sorry for my bad ENG, im from PL Ok so i need pinout or someone shoot a few pictures of that RCA connector. I trying to made myself that plug cuz i cant find that connector in poland. When i found its cost fortune... really! They want lot of money for that xD I pay for that avic less than a pair of cheap nike shoes In attach is picture how the radio looks from behind. OK nevermind i chceck that with my self ! Lets start! We need a litlle plugs that are in PC's cases, they are for a LEDs and swithes on front of pc case. I recommend plug with two pins in it because its fit and its no need to sticking one with one by glue So far i found: -Back camera in -Video Out (for e.g. external monitors) -Video in with sound L+R So, pins in radio are (-) ALWAYS on TOP and a signals i mean (+) are on BOTTOM line. See at pic, i start counting pins from RIGHT SIDE! 1. Empty 2. Video Out - ground on top pin and signal on bottom pin 3. Empty 4. Back Camera in 5. Empty 6. Empty 7.Video In 8. audio for Video in - L 9. audio for Video In - R Rest of pins are empty. In some free time i gonna look for Subwoofer Out pins. I hope that was helpful for someone If anything new i find i wil edit post. Thanks MichaƂ
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