I have a cassette in my car, I was using a cassette-aux adapter to play music through my phone. It looks like this:
After searching a bit about how it works, I found out that it's nothing but a tape head that is connected to an aux cable. By having the two tape heads close to each other, the signal is transmitted from the first to the other.
I believe this will pick up some noise along the way, so I decided to solder the aux wire directly to the cassette where the tape head is soldered. This way, I don't have to use tape heads at all and have a cleaner signal.
When I opened the cassette, I saw that there are 6 points to solder to:
- RL (Rear Left)
- RR (Rear Right)
- FR (Front Right)
- GND (Ground)
- FL (Front Left)
- COM (Common)
I'm not sure if I've understood correctly.
I'm planning to solder the aux cable as follows:
- Right to RR and FR
- Left to RL and FL
- Ground to ??
Where should I solder the ground? Should I solder it to both GND and COM?
How should my wiring be?