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Re: Speakers
« Reply #32 on: June 04, 2020, 06:18:36 AM »
If you have an Audio Output from your Sat Nav device,
it is connected to the Trophy Audio system using this connector.

With “NAV AUDIO” enabled in the Trophy Audio Menu,
it allows the Sat Nav audio to be played via the Trophy Speakers,
or to a connected Bluetooth Headset.

The Sat Nav audio will take priority
over other audio sources that may be selected.

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Re: Speakers
« Reply #33 on: June 04, 2020, 08:49:18 AM »
In the audio connector you can connect, for example, any audio output, from the same output jack of the headphones, either a radar warning device or any other device that is convenient.

The TomTom Rider 550 cannot connect to that audio input because it has no audio output, nor does it have a headphone output.

I at that audio input, I have connected a radar detector that alerts through the speakers when there is an alert for fixed or mobile radars.

It has priority as to whether you are wearing music, either by USB or radio. That is, if you are wearing the radio at that time, the latter automatically stops to give the radar alert notice, once that alert is over, the music starts again.

Then I will take some photos for you to see how I have installed the cable from the instrument panel.
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Re: Speakers
« Reply #34 on: June 04, 2020, 09:08:14 AM »
*Originally Posted by Canes1 [+]
OK, one more (stupid, I'm sure) question. Connecting a Tom Tom Rider 550, what is the audio connector/harness, next to the gps harness used for? :187:

Have the Triumph mount and wiring harness, which I believe for power only.

And one question for our electrical wizard,  DIGITAL!
Need to extend wire between mount and connector about 8" so I can hide connector inside behind instrument panel, where it belongs.
Know it sounds simple but want to make sure feasible before cutting any wires! :033:

Below is pic of mount and the TOO short pig tail I want to extend.



If you take the mount apart very small tourqe screws, you can unsolder the 2 wire and reverse the fittings
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Re: Speakers
« Reply #35 on: June 04, 2020, 10:11:33 AM »
Canes1, I put a photo of the GPS cable.

The cable makes a small downward curve so that no water enters, as if you place it focused directly on the hole, the water will pass through the cable and enter the instrument panel.



Where I insert the cable, use this type of capsule used to introduce the LEDs.
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Re: Speakers
« Reply #36 on: June 04, 2020, 01:54:34 PM »
Thanks for all the info guys!   :028:
Think I've got it figured out now and will finish up by tomorrow!

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Re: Speakers
« Reply #37 on: June 05, 2020, 05:07:07 PM »
Wow! Triumph sure could have made this job a lot easier (installing gps and mount).
Knowing most people purchase this type of bike to travel long distance on, it would make sense , that even though the gps is an accessort, they would have made it and more of a "Plug n Play" add on while assembling the bike.

Besides having to disassemble top front part of bike, to gain access to cables/connectors, also had to fish gps power connector down, while having to fish the XM cable up, then back down. Why not just put 2 connectors right underneath the area where the mount goes? :187:

Anyways, done venting and love this bike. Power is good to mount, XM works....will reassemble tomorrow....when it's a little cooler and will be a happy camper again! :028:

And btw, (concerning the Tom Tom Rider 550) added about 8" of wire between the mount and connector (see pic of mount in reply 31) which will allow me to hide the actual connector underneath/hidden behind console.

And on topic, at least was able to knock out the speaker change while there!

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Re: Speakers
« Reply #38 on: June 05, 2020, 11:20:07 PM »
Done with the speakers/gps project ! :169: 2 bolts leftover.... :084:
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Re: Speakers
« Reply #39 on: June 05, 2020, 11:45:47 PM »
Ala handsome!  :047: :047: :047:
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