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Old 04-08-2011, 11:13 AM   #1
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Mystery Wires?

Well, I still haven't solved the mystery light problem, but I've got another one that hopefully won't be as difficult to solve. The P/O of our 19' Bambi CCD made some curious mods, some of which I'm discovering are just to hide some damage. Anyway, under the dinette in the front on the curbside is a black plastic box which contained some wiring. As evidenced in the pic, two have RCA connectors, and the others appear to have never been connected to anything. Two have labels on which I can make out the letters "oofe". I'm assuming this is all for a stereo subwoofer.

What I'm wondering is if any of it is factory and, if so, does anyone know if one wire is a power lead, ground, signal, etc? Any help would be greatly appreciated. I will be replacing the factory? Sony with an Alpine with intergral XM, so I'll also need to figure out where to run the XM antenna lead out of the camper...certainly not relishing drilling any more holes...


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Old 04-08-2011, 11:18 AM   #2
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My guess

This is without checking out my setup that has the subwoofer. The RCA's are obviously L & R audio. The other leads are a neutral, a +12V and a signal from the audio unit to turn on the subwoofer. I voltmeter should tell you which is which.

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Mine has that as well. All units were wired for the sub woofer as for the xm antenna maybe just attach it to the front window. It should work and no holes is a good thing.
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Old 04-08-2011, 03:41 PM   #4
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Does anyone think it's possible to run an antenna wire through the same routing as the lead to the fm antenna on top of the trailer?

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Yes that is where it is located. I have unplugged it when we are running on battery power and using the Bambi speakers for a DVD movie. I think the subwoofer uses a lot of power. It does sound good when you listen to music and crank it up.
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