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Old 8th August 2006, 10:44 PM   #1
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Default Enabling line-in on panasonic dfx 444

Hello.

I have a carputer that I want to connect to my car stereo. The head unit is a Panasonic DFX 444. It has dual line out (front + rear) and line in(L+R). The line in is marked something like "cd.ch line in". I guess this is line in from cdchanger. The head unit also have a DIN-plug wich I guess is for controlling the cdchanger.

I have tried to connect the carputer to the line in, but I find no way to select this source. My guess is that it will be enabeled when the head unit discover a cdchanger is attached. Am I right? If I am, how can I trick the head unit to believe there is a cdchanger attached and enable the line in?

All answers will be greatly appreciated.
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