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gatekeep

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As with most Motorola mobiles -- NEVER use Pin 1 or Pin 16 unless attaching an ACTUAL speaker. Grounding or even accidentally loading pin 1 or 16 in an incorrect manner can release the life-time supply of smoke from the audio amplifier IC.
 

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Be aware that there is a DC bias voltage on the filtered RX audio pin. You might have to add a 1.0 uf capacitor in series with the connection to block the DC voltage coming from the Motorola radio if your device being fed doesn't provide for it.
 

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As with most Motorola mobiles -- NEVER use Pin 1 or Pin 16 unless attaching an ACTUAL speaker. Grounding or even accidentally loading pin 1 or 16 in an incorrect manner can release the life-time supply of smoke from the audio amplifier IC.

How would you recommend obtaining audio from a mobile for streaming?
 

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How would you recommend obtaining audio from a mobile for streaming?
This entire thread is devoted to doing exactly that. The answer to your question is contained in the previous posts.

For a CDM with the 20 pin accessory connector, please re-read Post #3 and pick the "Buy Your Own".

If you have a Motorola with the 16 pin accessory connector, the same seller offers the same kit with a 16 pin mating connector. It's his cable #61.

It doesn't get any simpler than this.
 

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Pin 11 - Fixed level RX audio - Programmed for filtered audio
Pin 7 - Ground

Do NOT use pins 1 and 16 !
 

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IIRC the XPR accessory port pinout correctly; yes that sounds right pin 14 for Rx Audio and pin 16 for ground.
 
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