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temple2101 
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Posted: May 28, 2004 at 4:31 PM / IP Logged  
Hey guys, just wondering if anyone has tried this?  I was thinking about using a Pioneer AVD-W6210 screen with an AVM-P8000R (or 9000) brain.  The problem is that the screen takes a 26 pin RGB cable and the brain takes a 20 pin.  Does anyone know if the connection box CD-RGB26 would work for this?  The description says it's for connecting a 20 pin monitor to the AVIC-90DVD navigation system which is 26 pin.  I have asked pioneer with no response yet.  Thanks in advance!
moskillz2 
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Posted: May 28, 2004 at 8:24 PM / IP Logged  
According to pioneer it wont. i had called them to inquire about hooking up the AVIC-90DVD (26 pin) to my AVX-p7300dvd (20 pin). And while i had them i asked about my friend hooking up his 26 pin screen to the AVM-p8000R which he got for 50 bucks when the wiz went out of business a long time ago. The 26 pin plug is on all the newer models and the 20 pin is on older models. They made the adapter to hook up the new stuff to the old, but nothing yet to hook the old up to the new. Guess they figure if you're going buy new, you'll get all new stuff.

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