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    Where the heck is the NAV audio input receptacle ??
    on: Oct 11, 2020, 09.28 pm
    Oct 11, 2020, 09.28 pm
    I just acquired a 2015 TTSE and am having trouble finding the NAV audio input receptacle.

    I read on this Forum it's somewhere behind the left mirror.  I can't see it anywhere.  I think I can feel a 3.5 mm receptacle tucked under there inboard from the left mirror, but I'm not sure about that.  What I think I found is pointing straight down.  Is this it ?  Anybody got a pic ?

    Thanks in advance.  I want to hear the GPS prompts in my headset.
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    Re: Where the heck is the NAV audio input receptacle ??
    Reply #1 on: Oct 12, 2020, 12.57 am
    Oct 12, 2020, 12.57 am
    I'm not using the satnav hookups, but I think these are them.  Way up front just behind the headlight unit, velcro strapped to the wiring harness.  Would need to pull the tupperware to get to them on my bike...

    2015 TTSE.  It's blue.

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    Re: Where the heck is the NAV audio input receptacle ??
    Reply #2 on: Oct 12, 2020, 02.21 am
    Oct 12, 2020, 02.21 am
    Thank you !!  It must be that 3.5 mm plug.   Can anyone confirm that who is using the NAV audio input ?  The other plug must be the +12 volts that also was referred to.  I will use that to power the GPS, if I can find a place to mount it and a matching connector.  I have an old Garmin 7200 and it's kinds large.

    I think I'll remove the plastic cover below the headlight and see if I can get at it that way.

    So it looks like I'll need a 3.5 mm female to 3.5 mm male cable.
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    Re: Where the heck is the NAV audio input receptacle ??
    Reply #3 on: Oct 12, 2020, 09.36 am
    Oct 12, 2020, 09.36 am
    STJIM,

    Here's a portion of dandrumheller's Photo to clarify :




    The Power Connector has the Blanking Plug fitted in that Photo.
    The Audio Jack Plug may also have the original cover on it if it hasn't been used before.
    ( Photo with complete Fairing removed ) :



    These are usually accessible by just removing the painted panel in front of the left Mirror.
    ( Flip the mirror out, depress the spring clip and remove the connector from the Indicator,
    then remove the large headed screw and remove the Indicator.  This will reveal the single screw
    securing the Painted Panel in place - remove the screw and withdraw the panel towards the front
    of the bike - it has a "Peg" secured into a rubber grommet that just pulls out.
    The Rubber grommet can be seen in the second Photo directly above a Hex Bolt Head. )

    Once you've found the two connectors, a Triumph accessory connector is available
    to plug into the Power Socket - It has the Plug on one end and bare wires on the other end
    for connecting to your device.

    It is either Triumph Part Number A9938122 for the Kit which includes half a dozen Cable Ties
    and a couple of In-Line Crimp Connectors, or A9930122 for just the Connector with wires.

    Whichever Sat Nav device you choose, it will need a 3.5mm Stereo output.

    The Garmin 600 / 660 / 595 all have this built in to the mounting cradle,
    with a 3.5mm Jack SOCKET to simply push onto the Triumph Audio connector.

    I don't know if the Garmin 7200 has such an Audio Output, but it seems that it is designed
    for use inside a vehicle, so is unlikely to be waterproof or have a "Glove friendly" Touch screen
    such as those mentioned above, which can also be accommodated on the Triumph CNC machined
    Sat Nav Mount fitted to the top centre of the cockpit panel.

    Don't forget to enable NAV AUDIO in the Audio Settings Menu !

    Cheers  :821:



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    Re: Where the heck is the NAV audio input receptacle ??
    Reply #4 on: Oct 12, 2020, 01.42 pm
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    Coconut :

    If you lived close to me I would buy you breakfast and give you a big hug.  Thank you so much for sharing your storehouse of knowledge, especially those part numbers.

    My old Garmin 7200 isn't waterproof but last year I used it when the 8 of us did an IBA Great Lakes 100.  It rained pretty heavy during one day ( and it got pretty cold up in Ontario, Canada in September) but the old 7200 kept working.  It's not waterproof, but I have all the unused connections taped over and several IBA Riders I know have used non-Zumo Garmin's w/o an issue inn the rain.

    Yes the 7200 does have an audio output receptacle, so I'm good for that.  The old 7200 accepts a Garmin active XM antenna which I use with it and I'm debating if I should use that for XM on my TTSE or bite the bullet and get another SIRIUS XM subscription for the TTSE.

    FYI - here is a link to Greg Rice's blog.  You might find him interesting.  He uses a big Garmin DEZL on his bikes :

    http://www.gregrice.com/2012v2/2797/garmin2797.html

    Hit "HOME" on this page to find more about Greg.
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    Re: Where the heck is the NAV audio input receptacle ??
    Reply #5 on: Oct 12, 2020, 01.58 pm
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    My pleasure - always happy to help ! :028:


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    Re: Where the heck is the NAV audio input receptacle ??
    Reply #6 on: Oct 13, 2020, 02.12 am
    Oct 13, 2020, 02.12 am
     
    I'll have to take a closer look for the "CNC machined Sat Nav Mount fitted to the top centre of the cockpit panel ".

    I've been wondering where I can mount a GPS with a tank bag installed.

    BTW, the accessory cable is on order.
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    Re: Where the heck is the NAV audio input receptacle ??
    Reply #7 on: Oct 13, 2020, 03.17 am
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    Triumph Part Number A9828011  :028:

    Because of the larger size, compared to the Garmin 595,
    you will need to check somehow that when fitted it does not
    obstruct the Screen when it is lowered.

    Depending on how your Cradle mount fits, you may also need
    to make a modification to raise it - so as not to obstruct your view
    of the top of the Instrument panel display.

    Cheers  :821:


     



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