First you have to set a channel in your sat radio then tune your car radio to that channel go to menu and then to set fm frequency in your sat radio and choose one try to get one that does not have a station on it whatever you set it at just tune your car radio to that frequency and it will work
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there are several way to hook up your mp3 player to your car stereo using only a headphone jack. If you have a tape deck you can use a tape to headphone converter, or If it doesn't have a tape deck don't worry you can purchase mp3 player Wireless FM Radio Transmitter,
available at your local electronics dealer or online for much better prices . I hope I could Help.
1. Plug your tape deck's output (cassette or R2R) into the EQ's "Line In".
2. Plug the EQ's "Line Out" into the Receiver's "Tape 1 Input".
3. Now plug the Receivers "Tape 1 Output" into the Tape Player's "Line In".
4. You have now made an "FX loop" for the Tape Deck. Now you just have to put the Tape Deck on "Tape Monitor".....put the Receiver on "FM"..... and turn on your favorite FM station and you will hear the FM Receiver THROUGH the tape deck's "Monitor Send" AND the EQ.............set EQ to taste....... and BINGO.......DONE!
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 .
The "hard wired" version that you speak of apparently only refers to the power supply.Do you have a seperate display for the Sirius unit? Now, you failed to mention the type of radio (factory or aftermarket); so, if you have to use an "empty radio station" then you have an FM modulator. This modulator could wired or wireless. The wired version interrupts the vehicle antenna wire and the station on said modulator is usually preset to either 88.1, 88.3,88.7, or 89.1. There is no need to power this modulator up, it comes on when then Sirius comes on. One way to check for power is to turn on the Sirius unit and tune your radio to an occupied Fm station. Wait a few seconds and listen to the reception. Turn off the Sirius unit, the reception should improve for the occupied station. If it is a wireless FM modulator it also has preset stations that you can change but, extending the wieless antenna will greatly improve your reception of the Sirius stations.
Do you have a newer one (red and yellow box) or an older one (bubble box or white box?). If it says 'direct connect' in a reddish box it has a really cruddy FM modulator, if it is an older model from the clear plastic bubble box or white box, it has a really, really strong FM transmitter in it (so strong, the FCC outlawed it) and you can use it to transmit to an empty FM channel (within 50 feet of your radio!) So my answer is, simply go to the 'MENU" and under "FM Frequency" select an empty channel in your area, like 107.3MHZ and then set your car radio to 107.3 FM and it will come thru. You can also adjust the "Audio Level" in the MENU to make it even louder. Should work real well, Just check at the very ends of the FM band for channels first and try to set it 2 channels away from an active channel, so if you have a station on 106.5, you want to be on 106.9 or higher, etc.. Okay?
The most common way is to use the auxiliary input of the deck or head unit. However I don't believe the JVC model you have has one of these. Don't despair though. Head to your local department store with a music department and pick up a universal FM modulator ($20-$30).
These will 'pretend' to be an FM radio station inside your vehicle. Attach the stereo mini plug to your walkman or other audio device (mp3 player etc.) Then tune the FM Radio to the fm station listed on the FM modulator and you will be able to listen to the device through your car stereo speakers. Now this isn't as clean as a direct hookup but for most its an economical way to listen to alternate sources on your Car Stereo.
I agree with you. It sounds like an internal audio circuit problem, especially if the tape adapter does the same thing. Have you tries headphones on the unit? If they work, then get the sure connect as it plugs into the headphone jack (Aux out jack)
By the way, you as an XM customer for years, usually XM will just give you another unit to keep you as a customer. I've seen it many times. Couldn't hurt to ask!
You will that the same tuner module is used across the range, at least when they are part of the same series. The tape transport has probably broken the capstan belt. Not a big deal to replace generally. If you want to know more about it, get back to me here:). A "FixYa" vote would be great for my profile.
The best way to hook up this radio to your car is wireless! This radio has a built-in FM transmitter. All you have to do is go into the menu on the radio and find FM settings. Figure out or set the radio station, and then tune into it on your car.