Question about Pioneer SIRIUS Satellite Radio Bus for Select Satellite Radio-Ready Receivers
1. what is this bus for? if i have integrated sat radio already on my receiver
do i need it?
2. i have sirius in my new car but want to also connect it to my pioneer receiver. can i do this on one subscription (like plug n play option) to sirius or will i have to purchase another one?
3. what added equipment will i need to connect to receiver? THANKS
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: New anteena.
Honestly, There most likely right. It happens more often than you'd think. Try unplgging the brain for a minute with the power off then turn the radio back on after youv'e plugged it back in. It may just need to reinitialize but I doubt it.
Posted on Nov 28, 2007
SOURCE: Static sound
Some Pioneer radios allow for seperate audio controlls between FM CD and External sources like you Sat Radio. It may be that your settings are out of wack (Prob the factory setting which is crap), try that out and let me know.
Posted on Nov 28, 2007
SOURCE: Acquring Signal
I was told by Pioneer that you need to request an Advance Replacement through an authorized dealer, I am still waiting for mine to come in... what a waste of time & money...
Posted on Jun 15, 2008
SOURCE: I installed a sony fm/am
I don't have one of these, but I read this in a review:
I like to attach my Inno to a set of powered, Altec-Lansing computer speakers so I can listen to it out on the lanai (Try this! Its inexpensive, and great sounding). I use a straight-line 1/8 audio jack from the Inno?s headphone jack into the Altec-Lansing's free audio jack. But, the audio level output that the Inno produces is low and weak. The Inno's audio level cannot be adjusted unless the Inno is connected to a stereo system, and in the car dock. That means that you have to attach the Inno to a system using the provided RCA jacks, and not a line in hook up. My Altec-Lansing?s don?t have RCA jacks. Ridiculous.
It sounds like this is just the way the unit is.
Sorry about the bad news.
Posted on Sep 24, 2010
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