It works fine then this pericing static come threw the speakers i un hooked everything and now i have no sound? why am i getting static threw speakers and no clear sound everything is less then 6 months old pleas help!!! :0(
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Well your car radio should have a Blue wire with a white stripe for the remote, in case you are interested in the user manual (wich im guessing you dont have)
Go to: http://www.nodevice.com/user_manual/pioneer/car_audio/deh-p5500mp.html
it has a diagram of the harness and it shows a blue/white remote wire, so im guessing that you bought it used and probably got a different harness with your car radio... but then again thats too weird
you could do a check to see if thats really the problem... just feed 12V From the power terminal of your amp to the remote terminal, that should turn your amp on and you should be able to listen to your car radio's output (id suggest not setting the volume all the way up when doing this XD)
I've had the same problem and I think I've solved the problem. I noticed that they were fine when I first turned them on. After a awhile the blue light would flicker and static would start. I figured there might be some connection so I unplugged my speakers, took off the thin rubber from bottom and removed the 3 small screws. I carefully pulled the circuit board down, spotted the led light and snipped it off. I put everything back together, double stick taped the rubber piece back on, plugged it back in and have been listening static free for hours. Yippee, no more room full of screaming babies (that's what static sounds like to me)! By the way, I'm no expert. I just have a very strong aversion to static. Good luck, Beth
Hi ! Frizz
Well, you need to see if you can put in the green conector back in your PC, a pair of headphones and put a CD and see if you get sound, if so, then your sound card is fine, and is your speakers the culprit, if no, then is something with your sound card, of conections. check that please.
Check to be sure you ran the audio wires away from the power supply wiring. I always run the audio down the Passenger side and power to amp on Drivers side. Also check you Ground, and be sure you have metal to metal, no paint obstructing the power.