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Pioneer CDRB10

Auxiliary input adapter for P-Bus receivers

Item # 130CDRB10

The Pioneer CDRB10 adapter allows you to connect any auxiliary source (cassette, MP3, Minidisc, etc.) with RCA...

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Item # 130CDRB10

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About the Pioneer CDRB10

The Pioneer CDRB10 adapter allows you to connect any auxiliary source (cassette, MP3, Minidisc, etc.) with RCA outputs to your Pioneer changer-controlling receiver (with IP-Bus input). The CDRB10 accepts an RCA patch cable from your auxiliary source and connects to the changer input on the Pioneer receiver. The auxiliary source must have an output voltage of 1 volt (or less), or a volume control to adjust output level.

The Pioneer CDRB10 adapter allows you to connect any auxiliary source (cassette, MP3, Minidisc, etc.) with RCA outputs to your Pioneer changer-controlling receiver (with IP-Bus input). The CDRB10 accepts an RCA patch cable from your auxiliary source and connects to the changer input on the Pioneer receiver. The auxiliary source must have an output voltage of 1 volt (or less), or a volume control to adjust output level.

Important Note: When the CDRB10 is hooked up to the IP-Bus input, a Pioneer changer cannot be connected to the receiver.

Product highlights:

  • converts Pioneer IP-Bus changer input into a stereo RCA auxiliary input
  • auxiliary source must have a volume control or an output voltage of 1 volt or less
  • length: 20"
  • warranty: 1 year
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
  • MFR # CD-RB10

What's in the box:

  • Female RCA to blue IP-Bus adapter
  • Instructions

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Features

Compatibility: This adapter allows you to input line level audio signals to any Pioneer head unit with an IP-Bus connection (P-series CD changer input), except the KEH-P1010. Also, the adapter can be used to send line level audio signals from the tuner included with the Pioneer GEX-FM903XM FM modulated XM Satellite Radio package (item 130FM903XM) to any brand of head unit with an AUX input.

Notes:

  • When this item is connected to the IP-Bus connection of a Pioneer head unit, a CD changer cannot be connected to the head unit. If you want to add RCA inputs and retain the ability to connect and control a CD changer, use item 130CDRB20, instead of this item. 
  • When connected to the IP-Bus connection of a Pioneer head unit, the device connected to the RCA ins must have an output voltage of 1 volt or less, or it must have a volume control so its output can be lowered. If the signal voltage is higher than 1 volt, the unit will distort and/or be damaged.
  • When connected to the IP-Bus output of the GEX-FM903XM XM Satellite Tuner,  you'll still need to use the wired remote/display to control the tuner.
  • This adapter has female RCA connections, so, depending on the jack(s) found on the device being connected to this adapter, an RCA-to-RCA or RCA-to-mini-jack patch cable will be needed.

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My question is this. I want to change to a Soundstream DVD player in my car. But don't want to loose the ability to use my Pioneer CD changer. Will this work for that?
[ Byron  Aug 04, 2014 ]
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I believe this plugs into the same port on the rear of the unit that the CD changer plugs into so you would have to choose which one you want more, this is what you will need to plug the DVD player into your Pioneer receiver.
[ Scott  Aug 05, 2014 ]
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I am sorry Byron, I really don't know. I haven't used mine yet because my brother wrecked the car in which I was going to install it. I don't even remember where it is or why I bought it. I hope someone else has an answer for you.
[ DANIEL  Aug 05, 2014 ]
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You will want to contact an Advisor by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat to discuss compatibility with your Pioneer. They will be able to pull up your vehicle and see if this will integrate. If it does not, then they will also be able to discuss other options with you.
[ Greg  Aug 04, 2014 ]  Staff

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