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Has anyone figured out what the connector on the back of the SAT tuner can be used for. I was hoping it would be 16 pins like the A/V connector in the FX and it could be used as an Aux in by hitting the SAT button twice like the iPod threads over at Fresh Alloy. Anyone have the pinout for the connector?
 

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Well I am going to go back with a Multimeter sometime and see if it has a +12 always hot, and a +12 ACC. If so, I hope that this has all of the pins that the FX DVD connector has (both have 16, even though the SAT's is laid out differently). If they function the same, then we could add an AUX type connection just by shorting two pins. Input would have to be balanced, or a converter would be needed. To access this you could just hit SAT twice.
 

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Updates on Sat Connectors

Well I took a multimeter to the connectors on the back of the SAT and have some results. First here is the pinout for the FX's rear DVD connector:

16 14 12 10 08 06 04 02



15 13 11 09 07 05 03 01

Pins 1 and 2 are L+ and L-, pins 3 and 4 are R+ and R-, Pin 8 is a ground, pin 15 is +12 ACC, pin 16 is +12, and pins 9 and 11 get shorted together to make it work. I do not know what 9 and 11 are, nor what the rest of the pins are.

Here is what I found with the Murano:

16 14 12 10 00 00 06 04 02



15 13 11 09 08 07 05 03 01

Pin 16 is +12 ACC, pin 14 is +12, pins 6, 7 and 15 are grounds. I tried to short pins 9 and 11, and pins 8 and 9, and it did not allow pressing the button twice to switch to the connector. It would be nice to know if either pins 9 or 11 on the FX are a ground, and shorting the other to ground allows the connection to happen. Anyone have the FX manual that has the full pinout for the connector in the FX?
 

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So theoretically, if the Sat Receiver has a Sig ON IN and a SIG ON OUT, this could work. Now the problem is figuring out if it does, and not frying the receiver in the process of figuring it out.
 
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