Wow..I did it..Install Valentine One - - Excellence in Motion
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Wow..I did it..Install Valentine One

May not be much for some of you guys but for this electrical moron it is an accomplishment.

With the great help of Erik here on the forum (he let me call him for guidance) I wired up the thing and got it all mounted.

yes no big deal really but that initial finding a power source is waht I was worried about.

With Erik's help I tapped into the power source for my Autocom which was a switched source...from up front in the bike somewhere (installed by SJ BMW). With that done and the V1 Audio box wired to the Autocom all is good.

Only problem is a slight buzz which Erik said I would need a inline filter from Autocom. Just checked their website....they offer one for 35 Pounds ...that ain't cheap.....and its 78" long . I only need 6" since the V1 audio box is on top of the Autocom.

Does anyone have any suggestions for a inline filter?
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