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    Default VIC-1 to SINCGARS cable

    I have SINCGARS RT-1523 connected to my VIC-1 via J501 with a CX-1330 cable. I can not get audio from my radio or Augie's cell phone adapter using J501 or J503.
    Looking at the TM (from the 80's) it shows the VIC-1 connected to a RT-524 with a CX-4723 cable. I tried using a CX-4723 cable, but it doesn't work either.
    My amp was NOS out of a sealed box and the intercom works fine.
    I am thinking I fried the amp input by using the CX-1330 cable.
    Any thoughts?

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    You need a CX-13313 Vic interface cable along with the cx-13300 to work.
    I have spare cx-13313's
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    Thanks 86humv, All the stuff I read everywhere and somehow I missed that one. After googleing CX-13313 I found this question was answered by you back in 2011!
    I'll PM you when I figure out if I need any other stuff to incorporate Augie's cell phone adapter as well.
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    Ok...I have a few of those.
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    Has anybody used the CX13313 interface cable on a RT246 (J22) to AM1780 (J501)? I'm trying to filter out a high pitch engine whine on an M35A3. Or, do I need the MX7778B/GRC
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    The MX777 is a transient suppressor and not a noise filter. Internally it's just a big diode. Do an online search for 24V automotive noise suppressors. They're readily available and not very expensive, in the $10 - 20 range.

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    Would I need the CX 13313 to bring power to my Vic-3 Lite from my sincgars radio deck power ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seph View Post
    Would I need the CX 13313 to bring power to my Vic-3 Lite from my sincgars radio deck power ?
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    Power cable is a cx13468/vrc, and it plugs into a MT-6352/vrc radio tray which has 4 ea. connectors on top.
    Connector all the way to the right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 86humv View Post
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    Power cable is a cx13468/vrc, and it plugs into a MT-6352/vrc radio tray which has 4 ea. connectors on top.
    Connector all the way to the right.
    Ok and the power from the batteries to the radio tray is plugged in the left or the right connector?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seph View Post
    Ok and the power from the batteries to the radio tray is plugged in the left or the right connector?
    Left
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