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Old 08-23-2006, 08:18 PM   #15
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Mine is under the arm rest on the street side.But this is for the 2005 25'ss.
Would anyone know exactly where the rca hookupare for my Television.I was told that it could be where the fridge is and I will have to remove it to get to it.I am really hoping that it will be easier to get it than digging into the fridge area.Thanks All.
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Old 08-24-2006, 07:32 AM   #16
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Greetings Everyone,

I have found this thread to be most interesting...
We just picked up our new 2007 Bambi 19' last Friday. I am hoping to install a DVD / Flat Panel later on. What type of equipment (aftermarket) is out there for use in this application ? Is there a wiring diagram that possibly exists for us Do-it-yourselfers ??
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Old 07-23-2007, 09:38 PM   #17
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Located my subs under left armrest, rca in front bulkhead along with video, though I can't find video termination. Haven't found back bedroom but not looking very hard -- very happy that I will now be able to use my monitor from laptop at front bulkhead and run sound back to the head-unit..I'll probably just make a little mini plug line-in connector on front bulkhead. Now I can leave the stock head-unit alone and put the little bit of av budget toward some not so crappy speakers and perhaps an amp/sub.
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Mine is under the arm rest on the street side.But this is for the 2005 25'ss.
Would anyone know exactly where the rca hookupare for my Television.I was told that it could be where the fridge is and I will have to remove it to get to it.I am really hoping that it will be easier to get it than digging into the fridge area.Thanks All.
Hi, mine is the same as yours, but my question is: Does this connect the television to the radio for the purpose of useing the radio speakers for the television? I thought these wires were for a bass speaker in the arm rest and for the 10 disc CD changer. [which I don't have]
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Old 07-24-2007, 05:33 PM   #19
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Somehow, found this thread again... starting reading from the top and realized I'd been here before... When looking at the audio/AV stuff I could add... I called Dave Schumann at Airstream and asked where the wiring was for my unit - not a problem. He told me where things began and ended so I could add to as needed. Most things are prewired for the dealership to add extras... Airstream obliges. Call 'em up!
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Hi, mine is the same as yours, but my question is: Does this connect the television to the radio for the purpose of useing the radio speakers for the television? I thought these wires were for a bass speaker in the arm rest and for the 10 disc CD changer. [which I don't have]
It doesn't connect anything to anything at the moment afaict. Its just a set of RCA plugs between the head unit and various places which allows you to connect componenets without having to run the wire. I'm not even sure what the original intent was as I haven't seen the av setup but in my case I'm going to connect my video source (laptop) audio out to the RCAs and then connect those as source to my headunit. Unfortunatly, the stock sony headunit apparantly doesn't take regular aux in, so I have to get this box to do that:

http://www.crutchfield.com/S-zdEk1xO...900&I=158XA300

Found it at a sony outlet for $59..has a USB in as well which might be useful.
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Old 02-19-2008, 01:47 PM   #21
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A/V Wires found

This is a great thread. Based on your advise I was able to find the A/V wires in the bedroom on my 16' 2007 Bambi CCD. My bambi only has two outlets, a standard AC plug and a combined 12V, coax, antenna booster outlet. I found the prewired A/V above the combined 12V , Coax Plug wrapped in tape.

I also tore into the Stereo console and added the ground loop back to eleminate the cd feedback. I had the Audio upgrade not the Video upgrade which included (Sony CDX-a251C head unit and AX-300). I ditched the CD changer for something more modern.

Here are links to the manuals for the sony AX -300
http://www.xplodsony.com/files/manua...ers_Manual.pdf
and the Sony CDX-a251C
http://www.manualshark.org/manualsha...4/pdf_2366.pdf


So now my question is - what is the best way to cut a hole in the
Aluminum wall so I can attach an A/V outlet? (What type of tool works best for cutting into the wall?)

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On the 25' SS the cables in the arm rest of the streetside of the sofa are in fact power and RCA to the stereo for a sub. I installed an aftermarket bazooka and it works great.

From what I understand the AV cables for the TV are in the fridge compartment on the 25' SS.

It's in the location on the Bambi because that I think is around where the TV is installed. On the 25' SS it is typically installed on the fridge wall facing the dinette.
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Chris, thanks for the awesome lead to this thread, posts, and pictures. Looks like you saved me atleast a day here. I am mounting a 19" Samsung LCD in our bedroom today. You have taken a good deal of fear out of it.

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\ I am mounting a 19" Samsung LCD in our bedroom today. \

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George: Please post a picture when you get yours done. I like the 19" Samsung and may need to add one in our bedroom. What kind of hardware are you using. Thanks.
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Bringing up an old but usefull thread here...

I'm trying to find where my av rca wire ends up in my '05 International CCD 25'.

Some have said here that it is in the wall between the fridge and the dinette. Anyone know where exactly? If you got the av video upgrade where did they put the outlet for the rca jacks?

I have an AC recepticle and a cable outlet in the cabinet above the dinette (see attached "crappy" pic). I pulled both of those out and found a flat three wire back there but could not find the end of it. It was tight in either direction...seemed to be running from back to front. It looks like the same wire that ends up back at the stereo.

Has anyone found their wires in one of these models? Not sure if I want to just cut a hole and hope I find it you know? I also looked into the outside access for the refrigerator but could see no sign of it there either.

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Unfortunately for you, it's probably between the fridge on the bulkhead wall.
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