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Old 02-29-2016, 10:47 AM   #1
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Video and stereo connectors not used 2005 Safari

I have a 2005 Safari Sleep six. It has a factory Sony sound system.
Question: I n the cabinet with the radio/CD player there are a pair of RCA connectors red and white that are not connected to anything and are unlabeled. I would like to know where they go.
Also there is a video cable and two more audio RCA in a cable that goes somewhere as well. I would like to put a video player in the cupboard and run to the TV.
thanks for any help
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Old 03-27-2016, 11:23 PM   #2
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I have a 2005 25' and was wondering the same thing. did you solve the mystery?
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Old 03-28-2016, 07:15 AM   #3
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Audio upgrade. 2005 Safari

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I have a 2005 25' and was wondering the same thing. did you solve the mystery?
One of the air forums members directed me to the space under the front gaucho, street side. Sure enough there is a bundle of wire that emerge there. I used a continuity tester to ensure these were the two RCA cables that emerged behind the radio. Bingo. I installed a home sized powered subwoofer under the gaucho. There is also an electrical plug under there. The radio has outputs on the back and some settings you have to go thru in the radio manual to send signal to the sub. Itworks great.
However, I still never located the three RCA for audio video that would seem to be for a TV send/receive.
I purchased a small Bluetooth Bose sound bar for the TV instead. This also picks up my phone for calls and music. I think I'm finally done.
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Old 03-28-2016, 11:22 AM   #4
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On my 2005 31-foot Classic those cables come out of a grommet in the wall of the refrigerator. There must have been a TV mounted there at some point. The holes for the bracket are still in the wall. The cables are still hanging there...I can't bear to cut them...yet.

I also have a subwoofer coming from wiring from where the Gaucho couch *used* to be.
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