You are correct. The V1 uses the 'stereo' isolation unit. My bad. Thought it was mono as is the Escort.
Originally Posted by Bandera
You'll need the stereo plug for the V1 audio adaptor.
I believe Escort is a mono set up.
Here is their isolation flow chart and leads on the 2009 and later units. Seems the same stuff will work on older units.
Autocom Isolator boxes and Leads - PDF file
On my GT, I have both the stereo dual box and one mono box. Another jack has their Bluetooth box plugged into it which doesn't work well with some Bluetooth items due to their different protocols. The BT is plugged into jack #1 on my older AVI as it is a powered jack to run the Bluetooth box so I have to be careful with that jack (i.e. it took out one Escort 9500ix.).
The S1000RR Autocom ProAVI (latest style Autocom) is different - and I'm looking at it now to make sure. The Escort Redline audio out (normally just a two conductor earphone plug) goes goes into their black 'mono' isolation box which goes out on their 4 connector plug into the Autocom unit. The weird part is that cable from the Escort Redline into their mono isolation box is a two-conductor plug into the earphone jack on the Escort, but at the other end it is 4-conductor into the 'mono' box(??), in other words it's a "2-into-4" cable. Some other special Escort weird wire Modesto BMW (Cycle Specialties) sold me.
The stereo out from the Sony Walkman (it runs on its own internal batteries so it doesn't need power from the bike and all those isolator box issues) feeds from a three wire plug into their 4 conductor plug so something is different someplace in that cable too (it's an Autocom cable I know because it has the 4 conductors on the plug into the Autocom unit or a "3-into4" cable.).
For Mike's setup, it appears he needs one of the following "3-into-4" leads (all are just length differences): a 2243 (shortest), 2244 (mid length), or a 2245 (longest).
That cable then plugs into a 2255 'stereo" isolation adapter box if he is using an additional music player too on the second input of this isolation box (it's a dual-input box) which goes into the Autocom.
What a nightmare that could easily be fixed if they put the isolation stuff into the main unit's inputs. Still, you would need their odd cable like a "2-into-4" (mono) or a "3-into-4" (stereo) lead though. Seems most leads plugging into the Autocom are 4 conductors now too from the above PDF.
Good luck Mike and sorry for the mix up. Hope it gets straightened out or maybe it will work as it is with the correct wiring plugs on the end into the Autocom.
Any consultation, I just found a dual 'stereo' isolation box sitting in my pile of Autocom rubble (and a special Zumo 550 box too that never worked too so that's why the Bluetooth is on the GT (I think?) and the Zumo feeds into another stereo box (BT is inactive on it). The 'stereo' box must be leftover from me putting the Escort into a stereo box and then buying a mono box for it in my Autocom timeline. I dunno as even the 'former' Autocom dealer at BMW Santa Cruz screwed it up when they installed it ('former' as in "We don't want to deal with Autocom hookup issues no more.") and I had no alerts at all via the Autocom the way they hooked it up, just silence. The Santa Rosa BMW owner called the company once for what was a simple hookup (and to straighten out Santa Cruz's mess) and it took 30 minutes on the phone and 3 more parts to get it to work right.
I'm still baffled as to why I have a special Autocom "2-into-4" cable for their input side on their 'mono' isolation box though. One would think 2 conductors is all that's needed for mono, but 4 leads? Must be their goofy 4-input conductor jacks as a standard item now so anything less than 4 is pot luck and why anyone using Radio Shack leads often gets into trouble with Autocom setups. You really need a Phd. for Autocom at times.