I JUST HAD THIS UNIT INSTALLED AND THE DIRECTIONS SAY THAT IS HAS A FM MODULATOR AND TO PLACE YOUR CAR STEREO ON 87.7 FM. WHEN I TRY AND WATCH A MOVIE, ON 87.7, IT HAS A LOT OF STATIC. ANY SUGGESTIONS ON HOW TO RELIEVE THE STATIC OR A DIFFERENT CHANNEL OPTION? THANK YOU!
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Hopefully you have a remote control for this unit. There is a FM select button. It's to turn on the FM modulator. When you press the button it will select different radio stations on the FM band. Once you select a station on the DVD, tune your vehicle radio station to the same and you will be able to hear the sound. Use this system to select the station with the best reception and less interference. If no remote is available, there may be a FM button on the DVD player to perform the same function.
if you dvd play came with a wireless fm modulator read the owner manual and set up the fm station to get it to work . if it does not have a built in fm modulator you need to buy one.
the pull out your radio and run power to the fm modulator and then connect the factory anntenna to one side of modulator and the other side goes back to your factory antenna location at radio . then set the fm station you set for the fm modulator run a set of rca cables from the fm modulator to the dvd flip screen and it should work . i would think your flip screen dvd play would have a built in fm modulator that is wireless .
On most overhead systems there is a switch or button that turns the sound off the headphones. Also sometimes if the headphones are turned off sometimes that enables the audio to goto the vehicles system. Do you have it directly connected to the cars radio or do you have a wireless fm modulator that you have to tune it to an fm radio station?
Go to Clarion .com select united states then select support at the top of the screen. then in the middle you will see installation and operating manual it said use remote for power and fm to play through radio but you need a second part to run Fm modulated but you may already have it . also it has built in wireless headphone IR transmitter. Check web site for purchase of remote and if no luck . check your locals car stereo shops for a clarion dealer and see if they can get remote and ebay last resort.
Well, It all kinda depends on how ur trying to hear it. Depening on the age and the model of the dvd player some models have a built in FM Modulator. This transmits the audio signal via your FM radio. Most Fm Modulators are preset out of the box with lower frequencies. Simply pop a disc in ur dvd player, Make sure the volume is up on the dvd system and tune ur radio to the matched setting of the Fm Modulator.
The orientation switch for the LCD module is located on the horizontal shaft which supports the monitor. The switch can be damaged or break off inside the LCD cabinet and cause this symptom. Also, we have seen the harness rubbing against the metal bracket and tear which causes the signal to be lost which directs the microprocessor to invert the image. I hope this helps you.