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Old 06-26-2005, 04:51 PM   #1
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Where can I get a wiring diagram and operating manual for the Concertone Radio/cd/cass/tuner ?
I want to hook up the tv sound to it and also find out why even with it off the speakers buzz. I bought the 5th wheel used and didn't get that manual.
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WOW! No replies to this one?

In our class B some years ago, I had the same problem but in our case the speakers were hooked-up to the cab radio! Went to a specialty shop and what they suggested was to install an RF Modulator so that by tuning the radio to a preset frequency we picked up the TV sound signal. The installation was reasonable, $under $100. and worked well.

This may work for you as well. So call at your local car radio specialist and see what they suggest. Good Luck.

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Old 06-29-2005, 11:24 AM   #3
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I think the key to your wiring the TV (TeleVision this time folks; not Tow Vehicle) into your Concertone will be whether you have sound output jacks on the TV and a selectable auxiliary (Aux) position and accompanying jacks on your Concertone.

I have an Executive CD/radio/weather unit in my TT and always had trouble playing CDs with it. This spring, I bought a combination VHS/DVD/CD player. My (cheap) TV doesn't have any sound output jacks so I wired the sound output from the VHS/DVD/CD player into the Aux jacks (both use RCA type jacks) of the Executive. The sound through the TT's sound system is far superior to that of the TVs; in fact it almost gives a "surround sound" feeling when I have the both sets of speakers on (bedroom and living room in my case). I leave the TV set to channel three and use the tuner of the VHS player instead. This permits me to use the TT's sound system for TV sound also. Naturally, I play my CDs on the VHS/DVD/CD player instead of using the defective CD player on the Executive.

Because the Executive lacks a remote control, I have to get up off my lazy @$$ to adjust the volume (the TV has a remote). However, the remote of the VHS/DVD/CD player allows me to control all the CD functions which were manual on the Executive. So, I guess, it's a trade-off.
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Originally posted by mostanything:
...and also find out why even with it off the speakers buzz.
Try unplugging the power cord. If the buzz stops, then the problem is internal to the unit. If not, then the speakers probably have a 60 cycle hum that's being induced from an AC power cord that's located with the speaker wiring.

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Thanks for the suggestions. I'll be busy this weekend trying them out.
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