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I recently aquired a GL1800 cd changer and want to connect it to my GL1200 Aspencade audio system, and am in need of any experience, ideas, facts and possible fears on this subject. I have the diagrams for the 1200 and am in the process of aquiring the ones for the 1800.
 

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That's an intersting idea. I haven't heard of it being done but don't see why it can't be. You will need a wiring diagram and also a switch to remotely change CDs, tracks etc. I'd say the switch part will be hardest,perhaps you will need a couple of switches (one to change track, one to change CD).
 

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I don't think it can be done properly. You would really need a remote controler to stick on the dash to get that player to work.
 

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Heres a suggestion. Sell the 1800 changer, they go for good money. then just buy a normal 6 or 10 disc changer and mount it in a saddlebag and put the controller on the handlebar or front of the fairing.
 

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Heres a suggestion. Sell the 1800 changer, they go for good money. then just buy a normal 6 or 10 disc changer and mount it in a saddlebag and put the controller on the handlebar or front of the fairing.
Great suggestion Ambrose. The price you would fetch for a genuine Honda CD player would easily cover ths cost of a brand new Sony 10 disc changer that will fit into one of the saddlebags. The FM type is what you want.
 
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