I recently purchased an Audi that has this model stereo system, and I can only get sound from one speaker. I don't think its a wiring problem - I can't find any button on the faceplate that controls the sound (left/right/front/back). Am I simply missing something, or does this system not come with such a control? (it's probably something really stupid I'm not doing) Thanks for your help!!!
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a 'reset' of the entire stereo should be able to be accomplished by disconnecting the battery for several minutes: alternately if you remove the faceplate there should be a reset button you would need a pen to press, however you should be able to find the EQ levels and set the balance and fade I think it is so the rear produces sound, if that is not the case, I would check wiring to make sure nothing is loose. I suppose it could only be a software/firmware problem with the stereo itself however, if you have had this happen before and it was fixed without tinkering with the wiring.
The Infinity system includes a CD/cassette receiver or a CD receiver in the dash, and a complement of 7 speakers: 3-1/2" speakers in the dash (left, right), a 2-1/2" center dash speaker, two 6"x9" woofers in the front doors, and two 5-1/4" speakers in the rear doors. You'll have to remove a section of the dash to install a new stereo, as you do with the non-Infinity system. You'll need a special adapter to connect a new car stereo to the Infinity factory amp http://www.crutchfield.com/p_120CHTO02/Axxess-CHTO-02-Factory-Integration-Adapter.html?tp=3486
Obviously there's short somewhere or radio have short out.
You can change the radio one from junk yard or test each speaker individually @ where the connect to the radio. Want to go even more advance. Get a mutlimeter and check it resistance or etc.
If it's the radio that's faulty try unplugging it and plug. The purpose of fade is to fade and distribute the the sound in speakers there for won't help with the problem. You can even use a aa battery to check speaker.
If speaker faulty get one out the junkyard.
If it has a premium sound system some of them have a small amplifier for the over all system and the rear out put may have lost signal out put power.If it does not have an amplifier then I would replace the head unit(deck)with a brand that you like so you have total control,and no that does not sound right.Hope this helps
I have a similar problem on Audi A6 2.5 tdi year 2000, is just that my subwoofer is working fine, but the rear speakers have no sound and the rear satellites on the same ciruits are working just fine, I cannot explain this! I have taken apart the rear speaker and teasted with an ipod and one is working fine but the other is dead! I don t know if there is any connection, or there is a filter for the rear speakers and if one speaker is dead there will be no sound on the other speaker! but as i said on the same cables satelites are working well!
the audio system is part of diagnostic network of the vechicle.if you have problems with radio speakers and audio you can scan it.to find problem. or look at your glove compartment manual.it will tell you how to receive audio sound.if you cant find manual take it to the dealership.