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Found 4 results

  1. bcboater

    Bluetooth

    Does anybody know if a Bluetooth module can be added to the hardwiring of this unit? The wiring diagram shows a rear line out a front line out and an aux in line. Are any of these possible connections? I think Fusion has a unit that will work if there is a way to tie it in. Thanks
  2. We have a 2005 Sunesta with the original JBL MR-16 stereo. It works, but FM reception is terrible & no AUX input.. We need bluetooth capability to play iTunes from our phones. Can we add a cell adapter or should we upgrade? Which system works best for Chaparral, and fits installation with cockpit remote and 2 wired remotes? Any recommendations for installers on Smith Mountain Lake are greatly appreciated. Thanks
  3. 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!
  4. 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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