Toyota Sequoia 2012 7" Nav w/JBL

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Toyota Sequoia 2012 7" Nav w/JBL

Post by Nikolay » Thu Nov 08, 2018 6:06 pm

Hello
I saw that for my car I have two options with maestro rr for aftermarket radio, with a ilink or Wired Remote Input.
What I understand is that both versions have the same hardware and just the software is different
and the cables are the same TO1, right.

But in the Wired Remote Input option did not see the connection with a 3.5mm audio jack, does that mean that the sound of the parktronic/car will not be heard on the speakers.

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Re: Toyota Sequoia 2012 7" Nav w/JBL

Post by billr » Fri Nov 09, 2018 8:46 am

the serial cable connection is for radios that are Maestro compatible (We have a list of radios on our site that is compatible) and the wired remote connection is for the other radios that are not. With a Maestro compatible radio you get more "cool" features that can be displayed on the radio like TPMS, Vehicle info, Engine info, things like this.
as for your parking sensors, that is a separate module that is not affected by which radio you are using, they will still continue to work like they do. The audio cable isn't required in your application.
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Re: Toyota Sequoia 2012 7" Nav w/JBL

Post by Nikolay » Fri Nov 09, 2018 2:46 pm

Hello,
Thanks for the quick response.

I know serial communication has more options, but maybe I will have to use wired connection.
I think there is no aftermarket radio with serial communication in Europe, otherwise if I order an online aftermarket radio from US it will not catch half of the radio stations here.

That's why I want to know if the basic things like the SteeringWheel(SW) Buttons, the rear camera and the parktronic will work properly through the wired communication.

I now understand that the sound of the parktronic might be going straight into the JBL amplifier.

My question is if I purchase the wired remote input option is there an option of firmware swap, to use the serial link with the same hardware device(MaestroRR) and cables ? (If the aftermarket radios in Europe get serial communication port in future)

One more question are the SW buttons with canbus or analog resistors on my car.

PS. I apologize for my English but I used google translator.

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Re: Toyota Sequoia 2012 7" Nav w/JBL

Post by billr » Fri Nov 09, 2018 5:24 pm

you are correct about the radio's in Europe, unfortunately our system is designed to work with radios here in North America. If at one point they make the European radio available for the serial data i'm sure there will be a way of changing the programming.
your steering wheel wires will be analog in your Sequoia.
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Re: Toyota Sequoia 2012 7" Nav w/JBL

Post by Nikolay » Mon Nov 12, 2018 2:39 pm

Thanks for the answers.

Another question if it is convenient.

The JBL amplifier in my car is power on/off by the maestro via canbus like Fader and Gain or + 12V Amp remote from the new aftermarket radio?

And do you have a distributor in europe?

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Re: Toyota Sequoia 2012 7" Nav w/JBL

Post by Zack Flynn » Mon Nov 12, 2018 5:23 pm

The factory amplifier is turned on with LAN data by the RR when we get the analog turn on from the aftermarket radio
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Re: Toyota Sequoia 2012 7" Nav w/JBL

Post by Nikolay » Mon Nov 12, 2018 5:29 pm

Thanks

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Re: Toyota Sequoia 2012 7" Nav w/JBL

Post by Nikolay » Wed Nov 14, 2018 3:45 pm

One more question.

Can the maestro rr manage the JBL amplifier without having a 3.5mm wired connection with the radio.
I ask this because if I choose Android Head unit they do not have a 3.5mm input for SWC.
The SWC go directly to the unit.
There is no detection of a radio presence.

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Re: Toyota Sequoia 2012 7" Nav w/JBL

Post by Zack Flynn » Wed Nov 14, 2018 6:19 pm

We do not have any wired remote protocol information on radio brands that we do not have listed, so besides the physical connection type being different, the communication to said radio would not be the same either. All radio brands are different, and within the same brand there are different protocols based on features of the radio model itself.
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Re: Toyota Sequoia 2012 7" Nav w/JBL

Post by Nikolay » Thu Nov 15, 2018 1:59 am

Hello,
Maybe I did not ask the question properly.

Can i use maestrorr without SWC function ,
for example for an old radio without SWC function at all,
and 3,5mm jack is not connected at all.
But to continue controling JBLamp.

PS. I apologize for my English but I used google translator.

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Re: Toyota Sequoia 2012 7" Nav w/JBL

Post by Zack Flynn » Thu Nov 15, 2018 1:18 pm

No need to apologize. I did misunderstand your question. You can use the RR to turn the amp on and not use the steering wheel control portion. You would just hardwire the steering wheel control inputs of your radio directly to the wiring in the vehicle.
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Re: Toyota Sequoia 2012 7" Nav w/JBL

Post by Nikolay » Thu Nov 15, 2018 5:44 pm

Тhanks a lot.

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