Question about Dual XDVD8130 Car Video Player
I have the receiver connected in a standard factory replacement setup and there is nothing going to the rear channels. The fader is at 00 and I have swapped front/rear once and they do work. Is there anything else on this unit that will make the rear channels not work, or is it just a bad one?
Run speaker wire from your rear speakers, either to your front speakers, or to your deck! i have a 96 suburban and had the same problem, i just ran speaker wire from my rear speakers to my front speaker wires, and was good to go! hope this helps........
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Posted on Feb 27, 2008
Some Dual in-dash mobile video players have a 2-zone function, but according to the owner's manual that one does not. There's no other function or feature on the XDVD8130 that would cause the rear speakers to shut off, so if you entered the correct model number it sounds like you have a bad unit.
Posted on Mar 07, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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