Where to Source this Connector???

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Hi Guys,

Im making my own AVR MP3 player to connect into the existing car wiring and dont know where to source this connector from??

http://audiforum.us/threads/bns4...

http://www.tehnomagazin.com/Auto...

The basic idea is to take out the existing stereo, and attach my new unit without having to cut the leads.Needs to be PCB mounted.

Any help will be appreciated.

regards
Tony

- Tony B. Sydney, Australia.
tbaz2679@mail.usyd.edu.au

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If you only need one consider trying to buy an old/dead Blaupunkt radio on ebay and cannibalise it.

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Thought about that, however i need more than 1.

- Tony B. Sydney, Australia.
tbaz2679@mail.usyd.edu.au

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nice avatar btw lmao.

- Tony B. Sydney, Australia.
tbaz2679@mail.usyd.edu.au

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Ub3r wrote:
The basic idea is to take out the existing stereo, and attach my new unit without having to cut the leads.Needs to be PCB mounted.

I have this vague recollection that there is an ISO standard for car stereo connectors. If so, then you might be able to pick up a standard PCB mount ISO plug.

From that, get a wiring convert from (Blaupunkt -> ISO). You can get them reasonably cheaply from car audio stores, if they have the model you need.

-- Damien

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Something like this?
[url]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Con...

No idea where to source them, but wiki states ISO 10487, so at least a small clue.

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I remember that car stereo shops sell a lot of these connectors. Websites probably have an even better selection...

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Jim Wagner Oregon Research Electronics, Consulting Div. Tangent, OR, USA http://www.orelectronics.net