Now the Peek-A-Boo is ready to plug in and use as is but there are two more simple adapters that we are going to want to make that will allow you to connect to additional parts of the bike. The first adapter you will want to make is a short female 2 pin molex to RCA cable. This will allow you to plug into any RCA connection. A good example of when you would need this is if you are using a sound processor like a Rockford Fosgate DSR1.
You will be able to plug into the RCA outputs of the DSR1 and clearly see the frequency response of the signal exiting the DSR1. You can then use the EQ and crossover of the DSR1 to flatten out or shape that signal before it makes it to the amplifier. Additionally you can also use a free oscilloscope app on your phone to check for clipping, noises and other types of distortion. I will make a dedicated article soon that covers that topic. T
he important thing to understand is that now you have the physical connections to connect your phone to various parts of your audio system and there are all sorts of apps out there that you can use with your phone. Your phone is a very powerful computer and now you have many options that you did not have before. The last adapter that we want to make is a 4 pin female Molex with 2 two pin female Molex plugs on the other end.
This adapter will plug directly into your Harley radio’s rear speaker output as well as several American Hard Bag wire harnesses including our lid speaker wire harnesses. The adapter uses two separate 2 pin plugs so that you can choose to look at the right or left side signal. Or in the case of our lid speaker harness you can plug into the tweeter speaker lines or the 6x9 woofer speaker lines and see what's going on with each individual circuit. If you get your molex connectors from us with an order, we will have this adapter already assembled for you.