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It's a rather unique, I think older model of receiver. Uses cassette tapes if what I was reading is accurate.

I did manage to translate the last page of the manual though - it said "If you're reading this after 2004, throw everything away and buy a new one from Crutchfield so you can stop wasting time and do it the right way."
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Yeah, that is fine for reading unimportant stuff. I had to read about 30 patents translated with one of those Google like programs. Holy shit. Technical stuff just doesn't come across well with that many structural errors in each sentence.

But, I don't understand why an English manual is not available. jim
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Ah - nevermind...it's a big dog.

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See what I mean?

Actually, why can't you get the English instructions? Is this an item that is not sold to English speaking people around the world?
I have been unable to find the english instructions for hooking up this beast it was a japanese domestic market radio.

I have it laying around so why not figure it out and put it to use in the saab.

As for the google translator it seems to only translate the first page you go to after that you are on your own.

I'm looking on the link provided to see if i can find one similiar on there. thanks for the link

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Actually, why can't you get the English instructions? Is this an item that is not sold to English speaking people around the world? Schematics are typically not really wordy either. The prevalent symbols are electrical engineering items, not Japanese art, even on a Japanese circuit diagram. Jim
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Ah - nevermind...it's a big dog.



That it is and it's been sitting in my garage for 3 years. The car I was going to put it in originally died poorly.

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I'd call Crutchfield anyway. Tell them you're in the military, see if they can get someone at Pioneer to hook you up.
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might give that a shot certainly couldn't hurt.

oh it has cassette cd and video.

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no go at crutchfield they said they would only help if I bought it from them.

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Maybe these guys can help.

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The led wire go to brue. The gleen wire go to yerrow.

Doesn't Pioneers website have a button to click for English translation? Hell, they're running Indy cars and you don't get more merikan than that.

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