About the PAC TATO Wiring Interface
Got a JBL system installed in your 2003-up Toyota or Lexus? Now you can install an aftermarket stereo while keeping your JBL amplifier. PAC's TATO interface connects your new stereo to the JBL amplifier, letting you retain the use of the Fade and Balance controls in your JBL system.
The interface features adjustable gains, letting you dial in just the right sound from your new stereo, and it's compatible with Synthesis 5.1 and 7.1 surround-sound systems. You'll gain the advanced features of your aftermarket car stereo, while keeping desirable factory functions. 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 interface is compatible with your vehicle.
What's in the box:
- Digital amplifier turn-on interface for Lexus/Toyota JBL audio systems
- 24-pin to 20-pin harness with attached 8-pin Din cable
- 20-pin to 11-pin harness
- Connections sheet
More details on the PAC TATO Wiring Interface
Overview: The PAC TATO JBL amplifier turn-on interface for Lexus and Toyota CANBUS vehicles is designed to retain the use of the factory JBL amplified audio system when the factory radio is replaced with an aftermarket radio. When installing an aftermarket radio with a 4-channel RCA output, the TATO will retain the factory functions of balancing and fading through the factory JBL amplifier. The TATO is also compatible with Synthesis 5.1 and 7.1 surround systems.
Note: Be sure both the front and rear RCA outputs from the new radio are full range.
Vehicle Compatibility: The TATO is designed to work with select Lexus and Toyota CANBUS vehicles that feature a JBL audio system; please confirm fit with theCrutchfield vehicle selector.
Gain Control: For the best sound quality adjustable gains are provided on the TATO for optimal listening. When initially connecting the TATO to the vehicle's JBL audio system, the max output might not meet that of the factory radio. If the volume is low you can adjust the output using the integrated dip switches on the side of the module. It is recommend to use a 4 volt RMS capable aftermarket radio.
Installation: The interface is installed behind the radio, with plug-and-play audio signal connectivity to the factory JBL audio system. A hardwired constant power, accessory power, ground and dimmer lead connection are also provided.
Steering Wheel Remote Compatible: The PAC TATO can be used in conjunction with the PAC SWI-RC steering wheel control interface (541SWIRC, sold separately).
The PAC TATO Wiring Interface replaces these items
- Allows you to connect a new car stereo to the factory amplifier in select 2003-up Toyota vehicles
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