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Old 11-18-2006, 03:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Need a amp diagram...

for a '93 325i w/10 speakers. I'm not sure if its the HK package...but the rear speakers are crappy paper Nokias, so i'm going to assume its not. The amplifier is a blaupunkt and it has 2 connectors, both with 12 pin. I know of Furious' diagram (http://www.bimmerwerkz.com/forum/aud...tml#post427828

My two connecters are like the one thats shown underneath the HU connector. Anybody could help me out, it'd save me loads of time. Thanks

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Also, does anybody know the difference between the Blaupunkt Bahamas MP46 (Blaupunkt - Receiver - MP3 Tuners - Bahamas MP46) and the Key West MP36 (Blaupunkt - Receiver - MP3 Tuners - Key West MP36)? I've check the specs, everything is identical however, there is a 20-30 price difference...

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What are you trying to do? If you're installing a headunit, I'd buy the wiring harness to install. It makes it WAY easier to do.

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Wiring diagram for the amplifier...i guess the 2nd post was rather confusing. On the second one, i just want to know what the difference is. The specs looked identical and the unit itself looks the same... But yeah, the wiring diagram for my amplifier which has two 12 pin connecters
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Most of the amps that have that plug (that I've seen) are the same configuration. Use that picture just as a reference (a good starting point), but double and triple check all the wires before hooking an amp or headunit up. It is more than likely the same confiruation, but always make 100% sure so nothing will burn up. BTW, typically, the speaker wires are a twisted pair too.
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