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PAC Mazato Wiring Interface

Allows you to connect a new receiver while retaining your Bose® amplifier and Centerpoint® processing in select 2007-up Mazda vehicles

Item # 127MAZATO

Got a Bose system installed in your Mazda? Now you can install an aftermarket stereo while keeping your Bose amplifier.

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Got a Bose system installed in your Mazda? Now you can install an aftermarket stereo while keeping your Bose amplifier.

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Item # 127MAZATO

About the PAC Mazato Wiring Interface

Got a Bose system installed in your Mazda? Now you can install an aftermarket stereo while keeping your Bose amplifier. PAC's MAZATO interface connects your new stereo to the Bose amplifier, retaining the use of Centerpoint® processing in your Bose system. You'll gain the advanced features of your aftermarket car stereo, while keeping most factory functions — however, with this interface installed you won't be able to fade the sound front/rear or adjust the dash clock. Warranty: 1 year.

Got a Bose system installed in your Mazda? Now you can install an aftermarket stereo while keeping your Bose amplifier. PAC's MAZATO interface connects your new stereo to the Bose amplifier, retaining the use of Centerpoint® processing in your Bose system. You'll gain the advanced features of your aftermarket car stereo, while keeping most factory functions — however, with this interface installed you won't be able to fade the sound front/rear or adjust the dash clock. Warranty: 1 year.

If you haven't done so already, please enter your vehicle information or call an Advisor at 1-888-955-6000 to find out if this model is compatible with your vehicle.

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What's in the box:

  • Mazda amplifier turn-on for digital bose audio systems interface
  • Harness
  • Connections sheet
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Overview: The PAC MAZATO is a radio replacement interface that retains the use of the digital Bose amplifier found in many Mazda vehicles. The MAZATO interface configures the Bose amplifier for optimal sound quality, retaining the use of Centerpoint signal processing.

Vehicle Compatibility: The MAZATO is a Mazda amplifier turn-on interface for Digital Bose Audio Systems. The MAZATO interface is designed to be used only with Bose data controlled amps in select Mazda CX7s and CX9s. Please refer to the Crutchfield Vehicle Selector to confirm compatibility with your vehicle.

Note: Once the OEM radio is removed, you will no longer have the ability to fade the audio between the front and rear speakers. Also, the clock on the center dash display will continue to operate, however, without the OEM radio, adjustments cannot be made.

Steering Wheel Remote Compatible: The PAC MAZATO can be used in conjunction with the optional PAC SWI-RC steering wheel control interface (541SWIRC, sold separately). One of the plugs on the MAZATO harness plugs into the SWI-RC.

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