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No sound from outputs

Very little sound coming out of the output the head unit has to be tured up full and even then the sound is not what it should be.

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Hi. try another iso connector. i have disame problem. but guys from propper caraudio shop give me another and soud is incredible.soory for my languige!

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How to fix eonon g2227 very low sound even at full volume?

Either mute button is on! or when the unit was being hooked up some one hooked up power first then the speakers(Which is supposed to be done the other way) and the speaker wires contacted each other, which will burn up the output transistor! It's cheaper to buy a new one.

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Im not sure which plugs I should plug my RCA cables that come from my amp to the reciever. I dont know if its the "back RCA output" or the "Front RCA output" or the "subwoofer...

First of all get yourself a Y-LINK cable. (single male RCA on one side/ double female RCA on the other side) Connect the Y-LINK to your head unit sub woofer output with the stereo RCA that leads to the sub woofer amplifier. Now you are connected to the correct output. I do not know what head unit you had connected before to base your comparison, however there is a output voltage difference from one head unit to another, (1.2V, 2V, 2.5V, 4V, 5V) and that is what determines where the gain on the amplifier should be set to. Always match the headunit output voltage with the amplifier gain control to be the same. It is not uncommon for some entry level units to have a single sub woofer output. dreamsystems

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Cant get sound in dvd mode only in radio mode

PS: Check if you car has remote wire or anterna wire.
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A relatively common problem is installing an amplifier with a factory head unit or other head unit without a remote turn on wire (or a burned out circuit). So the amplifier doesn't stay on 24 hours a day you need a way to turn it on and off remotely. Hence the term "remote turn on wire". Almost every aftermarket head unit has a remote turn on wire. Some manufacturers call it a power antenna wire. But regardless of the label all it does is output a positive 12 volts when the head unit is turned on. It should be noted that some head units have both a remote turn on wire and a power antenna wire. It's important to use the right wire for your amplifier and other electronic equipment. In the case of both remote and antenna wires the power antenna wire will only output 12 volts when the radio is on. If you were to connect your amplifier's remote terminal to the power antenna wire then you would only get output from the amplifier with the radio. When you switch to CD the amplifier would not work because the head unit turns off the power antenna wire when the radio is section is not active.
There are several ways to get your amplifier to turn on and off remotely even if your head unit does not have a remote turn on wire. The cheap and easy way is to run the amplifier's remote terminal off of a switched accessory wire. This is the wire that your head unit uses. It is only powered when the key is in the accessory or run position of the ignition switch. When you shut the car off the wire loses power and the head unit and amplifier will both turn off. Your amp will be on when your car is on and off when you car is off. If you don't want the amplifier to always be on when the car is on you could wire a simple switch inline with this new remote wire. Normally you would leave it on so that it turns on when the head unit is on. But if you wanted to turn the amplifier off you could flip the switch to off which would stop the flow of 12 volts to the amplifier's remote turn on terminal.

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Oct 26, 2010 | Clarion VZ709 Car DVD Player

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Hi my name is james im having trouble with my audio coming out the speakers what should i do

1. Do you have power to the unit. I assume yes.
2. Ensure the fader and balance is set to neutral to ensure you have output going to all the speakers.
3. Ensure the speakers are connected.
4. Ensure the speakers are not out of phase, if they are they will cancel each other out, and sound muted
5. Always test new model head units with a cd. not fm radio. Using fm radio on some head units will mute the sound if the station is not coming in clear enough.
6. Set your volume up a little, like on 15 or 20 (using the digital 40 level radios) (halfway in plain language)
7. Ensure the mute isnt on
8. If running through and amplifer, ensure the power, ground, remote, gain and phase are all correct.
9. Ensure rca input is going into the correct place on the amp
10. Ensure speaker output is actually connected to speakers.
hope this helps

Aug 08, 2010 | Pioneer AVIC-D3 Car DVD Player

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No sound through AUX out

the aux output is for an mp3 player or ipod. Does the HU have preamp outputs? The RCAs from the amp should go into them. If it doesn't you might have to get a high to low level input converter

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How to hook up my rem amp wire to this player it does not have

If by saying amp outputs you are refering to the RCA jacks on back of the head unit (Left and Right RCA jacks usually labeled FRONT, REAR, SUB, etc...) then you do have options even if your head unit doesn't provide a SUB channel.  These RCA jacks/amp outputs carry the signal (music or whatever) at a lower voltage (and is typically more like DC voltage as there is a ground reference which is 0 volts and signal rides on the positive voltage), providing a cleaner signal to the amp which does all the work.  The wires behind the amp that you connect directly to the speakers is typically amplified by the head unit itself and is a much higher voltage level and varies from negative to positive ( AC voltage.).

You could use the other channels (FRONT or REAR) if available, (a specific SUB amp output cuts all the higher frequencies out, passing just the lower subwofer frequencies inside the head unit).

if you want to strive for a more efficient use of your sub, use a low-pass/SUBwoffer filter (a crossover) in between the Head unit and amp, thus providing the amp with subwoffer signal, (or if for some odd reason you have SPEAKER level sub connections you can use a line output converter which will let you run RCA to the amp.)

Hope this helps u understand why I couldn't just say get a new stereo nor could I just say use splitters on available amp outs.

Mar 05, 2009 | Lanzar SDBT75N Car DVD Player

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No sound

You need to buy an amp adapter. SCOSCHE OEA4 4-Channel Adjustable Factory Amplifier Int. 23 bucks on ebay. You most likely have a factory amp in your car and the head unit's speaker output wires are already amped. the factory amp can't understand the audio signal.

Dec 01, 2008 | XO Vision XOD1735 Car DVD Player

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Pioneer 5.1 dolby surround multichannel processor ?s

You will need extra amp(s) to run 5.1 surround sound using out IP-Bus at the brain to in IP-Bus at the processor and rca output to the multi channels amp(s) and control the surround mode which is automatically activate by the format of the disc. The IP-Bus cables is colored polarized at each end to inter connect all components. Just hook them in series follow the color you may add all the components you have. You can also down load wiring diagrams at Goodluck.

Apr 16, 2008 | Pioneer AVIC-N2 Car DVD Player

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just hook up a vhs or dvd player from home that has tv outputs, but you would need a power inverter for the power supply of the vhs, then put the vhs audio and videos outputs to the dual's input: the auxiliars. make sure the vhs has channel changing.

Jan 08, 2008 | Dual XDVD8181 Car Video Player

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I dont get any sound

Many vehicles have factory amplifiers that must be activated or bypassed when installing a replacement head unit. If the factory amplifier isn't integrated or bypassed, you won't hear sound from the factory speaker locations. Another possibility is that you have a shorted or pinched speaker wire or terminal. A short at any speaker will shut down the head unit's internal amp, killing the sound to all the speakers. The RCA outputs wouldn't be affected, so the subwoofer keeps playing.

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