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Where to hook up a telephone mute wire on a lanzar SDBT75N deck

I just bought a lanzar cd player SDBT75N and there is a peach color telephone mute wire where do I hook it up to my car??

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SOURCE: VRX755VD "triggered audio mute for cellular telephones"

Well, it sounds like you need a new output IC, which is what produces sound to the speakers.

Posted on Aug 09, 2007

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SOURCE: lanzar model SD43MU(( dvd/cd player wont work not funtions for that wont even appear?

I have a similar Lanzar unit. I had it in twice while it was under warentee for the same issue. I also had it in a couple more times for other issues. It cost me about $30 shipping both ways each time I returened it. About a month after the warentee expired, the DVD quit ejecting again.

Bottom line, I would look at purchasing a different uint or use an ipod instead of the CD.

Posted on Apr 21, 2008

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just run the parkingbrake wire into one side of a toggle switch, and grond the other side of the toggle switch, When the WARNING pops up on the screen, just flip the toggle on then off then hit OK on the screen, Youll be good to go

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easy guys ill explain, if you pull the deck out and expose the wiring in the back you will see a small pink wire with a plastic and metal end, that wire is your parking break bypass wire,wut i did with my car was created a switch, its very easy, all you need to do is go to radio and purchase a ON/Off switch, it will have only two metal connector ends on that switch, basically all ya gotta do is find a suitable grounding spot for the negative or OFF side of the switch and then for the positive side...you guessed it attach the pink wire to the positive side. I had to make the pink wire longer for my switch location so if you know how to solder I wuld reccomend doing that than any other ghetto method, such as electric taping it and calling it a day, ding that may damage the system in the future

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Lanzar model SD43MU(( dvd/cd player wont work not funtions for that wont even appear?


I have a similar Lanzar unit. I had it in twice while it was under warentee for the same issue. I also had it in a couple more times for other issues. It cost me about $30 shipping both ways each time I returened it. About a month after the warentee expired, the DVD quit ejecting again.

Bottom line, I would look at purchasing a different uint or use an ipod instead of the CD.

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The brown wire, according to the installation manual, is the "Mute Wire". Their instruction is:
"Connect to the terminal that is grounded when either the telephone rings or during conversation."

So this appears to only be necessary if you are also using a mobile phone with your system.

The orange/white wire is the "dimmer control" lead, which should be wired into the switch that turns your car lights on and off. This will probably allow your head unit to dim when you turn the car lights on (night time).

Hope this helps!

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Well, it sounds like you need a new output IC, which is what produces sound to the speakers.

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