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Lure8

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  1. So you're saying I should tap into the "yellow" hot going into the head unit and the "black" ground for the Bluetooth?
  2. Great idea! I'll crawl underneath there next week. I'll let you know how it turned out
  3. I'll get some tonight, thanks for the info!
  4. Ok, I guess if I used the snap together splices I would feel confident doing it. It's very difficult to get to the amp to splice onto those wires. I do have a light fixture in the head that has a hot and neutral I can easily splice into. I'm not worried about it being tied to the ignition switch since it draws so few amps and will be de-powered when i turn off all power when docked.
  5. I just added a Bluetooth adaptor to my Sunesta 243 this past weekend using the RCA inputs on my JBL MR4.2. I forgot that this will need a power source as well. What suggestions does anyone have regarding a power source? I really don't want to splice into any wires presently going into the radio leaving them exposed to the elements. I had thought of running wires up under the inner gunwall back to the battery box and directly connecting them to the battery using a rotary switch to turn it off when stored. I know it would be easier to pull power off the radio somehow, but I'm hesitant. I'm good at remembering to dis-connect the power when docked, but I'm not much of an electrician!
  6. I just added a Bluetooth adaptor to my Sunesta 243 this past weekend using the RCA inputs on my JBL MR4.2. I forgot that this will need a power source as well. What suggestions does anyone have regarding a power source? I really don't want to splice into any wires presently going into the radio leaving them exposed to the elements. I had thought of running wires up under the inner gunwall back to the battery box and directly connecting them to the battery using a rotary switch to turn it off when stored. I know it would be easier to pull power off the radio somehow, but I'm hesitant. I'm good at remembering to dis-connect the power when docked, but I'm not much of an electrician!
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