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Online LarryJa

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Aux cord R1 radar detector into radio, like gps?
« on: March 14, 2019, 12:00:45 AM »
I was wondering if I could aux cord my Uniden R1 radar detector audio out into the radio, like you can with a garmin zumo?
That would give me a detector audio, into my helmet cardo, like gps would.
I'm not yet running a garmin on my se, & looking for a detctor audo feed.
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Re: Aux cord R1 radar detector into radio, like gps?
« Reply #1 on: March 14, 2019, 05:37:22 AM »
I've not experimented with this setup, but it does sound like a logical system. For the audio system it doesn't matter if the aux input is from a GPS or from a radar setup or anything else for that matter.
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Re: Aux cord R1 radar detector into radio, like gps?
« Reply #2 on: March 14, 2019, 09:37:32 AM »
The Audio input to the Trophy audio system is a 3.5mm Stereo Jack PLUG.
This is located behind and below the left mirror pod, usually taped up
or secured behind a Velcro strap, alongside the main wiring harness.

It is sometimes possible to access this just by removing the mirror surround panels,
but you might need to remove the complete Fairing on the left side.
( HOW TO: Remove the Fairing ........)

The Output from your device will need to terminate in a 3.5mm Stereo Jack SOCKET.

Connect this to the Trophy Audio Jack Plug and tape it up to prevent vibration shaking it loose.

To be able to hear the Audio you need to enable NAV AUDIO in the Trophy Menu,
as described in the Owners Audio Handbook, or if you have Microsoft PowerPoint,
this Guide shows how to enable it, and other Menu functions :
HOW TO: Navigate the Trophy Menu.

Whenever Audio is played from your device it will then over-ride any other Audio Source.
You can also select "NAV" as the Audio Source if you only want to listen to the audio from your device.

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