When i plug my mp3 player or anything in the auxiliary RCA ports, the sound skips like, i have to move the wires to make it ok, then after a bit, it only one speaker works... I also have putted tape on the connecting wires reom my mp3 to the ports, and it doesnt work... And, sometimes, the system volume goes up by ITSELF or down by ITSELF. once, it was during night, it got to MAX. all my family and neighboors were waked up because of it.
Ok for whatever reason breaks on the printed circuit board have occured. Expose the contact points of the rca ports. resoldering these spots on the pc board will do the trick. 'HINT' resolder all contacts, there should be 3 or 4.
As for the volume check for dirty residue below the surface of the switch face(s) and or increase tension spring found below switch face.
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When you plug the adapter cord into your earphone hole make sure that your stereo player is set to auxiliary mode( AUX mode).If you do not set it to auxiliary mode you will not hear any sound,also make sure that the other end of the adapter cord is plugged in properly to the AV input (not output of the stereo player).
sounds like a loose connection on the aux input. boss has a pretty bad reputation for there usb / aux connections inside the unit. also if your right rear and right dont play on anything its bc you have them turned down. or if this is recently installed they got mixed up. please let me know more details so i can better help you
open up your dash get 1 short RCA cable (red and white) male ends on them
now place the red and white RCA into the back of DVD in-dash player next step the aftermarket CD player should have 2 rca plugs that say aux put the other end red and white RCA cable that you just put into DVD unit into the aux inputs on back of CD player when this is done reinstall both units back into the dash now on your CD player press the source button till aux appears once this is done you will hear the DVD player sound...........now if you press the source button and no aux appears......hold down the source button till the CD player powers off...........once CD player is off hold down the F (function) button till beep or unit turns on a display use the skip buttons or F (function) button to go threw features once you get to aux turn aux to on now hold the source button down again till unit powers on normally once this is done press source button again till you find aux........if you get sound and the TV doesn't work let me know and ill guide you to get that running too (if there are no aux RCA plugs on the back of CD player) let me know (sometimes there is a headphone looking plug on back of CD units) if what i told you doesn't work let me know the brand of CD player you have so i can give you correct setups I'm only going by your in-dash DVD player right now
hope i was able to help get you sound
first of all the rca jacks in the back of your radio are for plugging in an amp, not your mp3 player. there should be an auxiliary jack(looks like a headphones jack) in the front of the head unit. if there is no auxiliary jack in the front then you will have to go buy a new head unit with an auxiliary jack.
For Sony Stereos, you will need to get what is called a Bus Converter. The RCA ports you are trying to use are for a CD changer or alternate device like satellite or HD radio, and those have to have some sort of frequency signal to even be selected. You can find a Bus Converter that will allow you to use this as an Auxiliary input. The device you are looking for is called a Sony XA 300, and it will allow you Two extra Aux Inputs, I believe.
Try from both ports on your Insignia and make sure you've turned the volume on it all the way up. On the car stereo, make sure the source is set it auxiliary (usually AUX-IN). Also double check your cord isn't damaged and plugged in all the way on both sides.