This product is capable or communicating with the radio either mode. I posted in the Car Audio forum, but didn't receive any responses. I'll call my vendors tomm. They are checking to make sure they can order that one special for me. Anyone have a part number for an input adapter that they know works for this application? I should get over my fanboi iPod desires. Then again, do you have the Nav?? The manual shows that it should be on the front lower console just under the position of the passenger's temp control. Anyone have a part number for an input adapter that they know works for this application? There is a cable that is required that is required to connect your Ipod.
I'm not aware of any additional add-ons that would use the audio except the phone. Dealing with an authorized Axxess retailer helps ensure you get better prices and service!. I thought only musicians used those in the studio to make quick copies of their music. Plus I'm a gadget freak and like the idea of custom circuits. I am not sure of this tho and haven't had a chance to pull out my radio and start experimenting. I hope he can help clear this up. Now it comes with the Posi-Tap for easy connection of the single wire termination.
Please email or call with questions about adding a second input source. It is documented in the included instructions. I think we're out of luck with this one too. It may be easier to access it from the backseat while you plug in the cables. There's a compatiblility chart and Instalation instructions and it says Q45 98-02. This would be too cool. That's why you have to use converters for everything.
The other location is on the headunit itself. If the price is right, does anyone else want one of these? This is the easiest and most cost effective way to add an audio input into your factory stereo directly rather than over the air. I guess I wasn't aware that these radios were the same as so many other models. Should be the same as the Max Bose, though 98 and up may behave differently. I posted a pic in the Car Audio forum. I've never seen many adapters listed for the G50's but now that I know that some other models are compatible, I can see what my wholesalers have available as well. Anyone tried this on the Q radio or is it the same as the Maxima it was designed for.
Always verify all wires, wire colors and diagrams before applying any information found here to your 2005 Nissan Quest. This adapter will allow you to input any Apple iPod, mp3 player or portable music player into your factory radio. This possibly confirms the need for this converter on the audio inputs. You cannot, however, have both extra sources connected at the same time as the auxiliary input cable included in this package. Either way, keep me in mind if you would! Our automotive wiring diagrams allow you to enjoy your new mobile electronics rather than spend countless hours trying to figure out which wires goes to which 2005 Nissan Quest part or component. One is at the rear of the center armrest, just above the storage drawer in the backseat.
For me it's great, I plug it into my Digital Cable box via a fiber optic cable and let it record over night. It may be easier to access it from the backseat while you plug in the cables. That's what we usually want to do with Bose radios hehe Be gentle. I am still decrypting all these notes to tie it all together with the circuits Rex supplied. Warning - may exclude some relevant results.
The circuit Rex supplied indicates you need to construct a single ended differential converter. I do not have access to the owners manual today. I'd rather not have to do that. It is designed to allow you to connect and control your iPod from the factory radio. I'd still like to make my own circuit because that would be kewl! I don't want to pay that much for it.
If the price is right, does anyone else want one of these? Automotive wiring in a 2005 Nissan Quest vehicles are becoming increasing more difficult to identify due to the installation of more advanced factory oem electronics. Everything on the head unit works fine but no sound. The other location is on the headunit itself. They are supposed to get back to me later today. Racingline Performance hosts the product for me, but does not supply it any longer. Whether your an expert Nissan Quest mobile electronics installer, Nissan Quest fanatic, or a novice Nissan Quest enthusiast with a 2005 Nissan Quest, a car stereo wiring diagram can save yourself a lot of time. Thanks for the info Rex.
I've sent him an email. Is it a line out? Anyone know if the Quest radio matches the Q or the '99 Pathfinder radio Rex is using? If this works it'll save me a lot of work. I wish I had a head unit to play around on. Use of the Nissan Quest wiring information is at your own risk. If this works it'll save me a lot of work.