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Tv antenna how do i wire up my tv antenna in my car for my in dash dvd player

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What type of dvd player is it? does it have an internal tv tunner?

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The radio works and plays fine but if i put a dvd or cd in no volume the dvd does play though just no volume


Are you running the audio through an amplifier? If so, it sounds like you are using the blue wire (power antenna remote turn on) instead of the blue/white wire (amplifier remote turn on). The power antenna remote turn on turns off when leaving tuner mode, turning the amp off.

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Kenwood KVT-512 iphone compatibility


Just ignore the airplane mode prompt and if your wiring is correct everything should work.
With my BMW I had to connect both the solid blue (pwr ant) wire and the blue with white stripe (p conn) to the solid blue wire from the factory harness.

It isn't obvious that either of these are needed as the KVT-512 has it's own power supply but the way most factory power amps are installed the power from the KVT-512 is not used and the car manufacturers power amp needs to be turned on.

If you are listening to the radio the pwr ant wire will turn on the power amp, this didn't seem obvious because the BMW doesn't have a power antenna. And when you are using the DVD player or the iPod connection you need the P Conn wire to turn on the car power amp as the ant pwr is disabled because you are no longer using the radio and Kenwood assumes you will not need the antenna so no power to this lead.

Solder all three wires together and you should have sound all the time.

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Could someone tell me how to connect automatic antenna wire for car and it raise up when turn the radio or turn the stereo on ?
i had connect the blue wire to antenna put is not working?

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Amp


It should have a blue wire from the harness on the back of the player for turning on the amp, it may also be labeled "antenna" or "power antenna" or "P con". That is the one to run to the remote turn on of the amp.

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No sound with discs playing


There should be some sort of outboard amplifier. Mine had an amp at each speaker, and also a receiver mounted behind the passenger seat. Could it be that the power antenna lead from your headunit is connected to the amp turn-on lead? That way, when the radio is playing, the antenna lead is powered and thus the amps are too, whereas when the CD is playing, the antenna lead would not be powered and thus no sound. Try reversing these two wires (Power antenna and amplifier turn-on) and your CD should work.

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