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Bush DAB Auxiliary Input

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  1. Henry Hoke

    Henry Hoke

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    May 21, 2020
    Hi,

    I have an old Bush DAB radio which I noticed has an 'Auxiliary Input' mode, but as far as I can tell no physical auxiliary connector - the only connection on the outside are the power and ariel.

    The specs are:
    Bush DAB Wooden
    Model 141/4798(SG002D)
    S/N XAN 311008441-A
    The details on the circuit board are:
    SG002 130415D002 949DUNM0 Rev:00

    It's the same model discussed in this thread:
    www.electronicspoint.com/forums/threads/bush-dab-radio.272086/
    The picture of the cicuit board in that post matches my radio.

    I've searched for an instruction manual, including at Bush support, but the closest I can find is the DAB with Bluetooth, which my model does not have.

    I've also seen other Bush DAB models with a USB port on the back, so my hope is that this is one of those cases where different models use the same basic board but not all version have the same connections to the outside.

    Looking at the board (bottom of the pic) I see a strip of what seem to be 9 unused connectors marked 'CAB1' - I think that's the code for Cable. The last 3 of these are 'B+' (ground?) V+ and V-

    Any thoughts?, is there maybe a way to identify USB by signals on the board?

    Cheers.
     
  2. Martaine2005

    Martaine2005

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    May 12, 2015
    Sometimes they have the AUX input on the front panel. It would resemble a headphone jack.

    Martin
     
  3. Henry Hoke

    Henry Hoke

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    May 21, 2020
    Thanks Martin.
    There are no connections on the front panel either, though now that you mention it 'auxiliary' does sound more like an audio connection rather than digital.
     
  4. Martaine2005

    Martaine2005

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    AUX are for audio inputs. ie Mp3, phone, CD, cassette etc.

    Martin
     
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