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My headunit the problem is that the head unit is stuck on this screen that says telephone and all my adjustments work but it wont switch to any other source and it wont shut off unless i shut my car off

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I leaved mine like two hours in the telephone screen and then it whent its self out and works good now.

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I have the same HU and the same processor as you. First I only used the chinch cables to the processor, and from the changer.

The improvements you make; your headunit DAC and your chancher DAC wil not be used anymore. The differens; normal with a cd you convert a digitalsignal into analoge, in the HU or changer, and then you make it digital again in the processor, en put the signal analoge into your amp.

The advantage is; the processor uses the famous Burr Brown DACs and that is know by its good sound processing.

cheers mate

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