Question about Car Audio & Video
When connecting my ipod or even a USB onto the unit it connects but there is no sound. Ive resetted the unit & checked the cables various times. I hope you can help
Posted by Anonymous on
I had the same problem with my Pioneer AVH-P4050DVD
Radio and CD worked fine
DVD would play and I could hear the audio but no video
USB and iPod. It would connect and I could brouse, select and play songs but I would not get any audio even though I could see the track playing, finnishing and moving on to the next one (very frustrating).
Front Aux (Aux 1). I could turn this port on to audio, select it and plus an audio sorce in but no audio would come out.
The Pioneer AVH-P4050DVD is odd and different from most other pioneeres in that it has two earth leads that both need to be grounded (2 in addition to the handbreak wire). I had insalled my unit using a toyota - pioneer wireing adaptor I bought from Repco. This adaptor only grounded the wire coming from the corner of the plug (opposite the battery wire). The second earth is located becide the first earth, opposite the ignition wire. If you google pioneer 16 pin wiring diagram it might call this pin BGSENS (pin 13 in the attached photo). With the wireing harness I had this pin was not connected to anything. Once I grounded the second earth (soldered directly to the first earth) everything worked.
Good luck. Hope that helps.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I'm not sure what aux input you're using - but be advised that if you've plugged your mp4 player directly into the RCAs in the back that won't work - those are outputs, not inputs.
You need to use a Pioneer CD-RB10 (or CD-RB20 if you're running a cd changer, XM tuner, or any other IP-bus component) in order to get an auxiliary input.
If you've done that - you need to go to the initial settings menu and set aux input to 'on'. Instructions are in this link, page 89.
Posted on Feb 29, 2008
ok for the first post with the ipod not showing video .. make sure that you have the correct cable running from behind the deck to the ipod .. (iPod Direct Control (CD-I200 Required) once you have that connected you need to go to the video settings of your ipod and turn on the video out .. by default its offf... also remember with movies on your ipod .. that has to be manually selected from the ipod itself .. you cant control the videos from the pioneer unit.. only the audio/music on your ipod can be selected from the pioneer unit..
Posted on Aug 06, 2008
You have to set up the AUX output.
1. Touch the source icon and then touch "OFF" to turn the unit off.
(The unit will be in demo mode)
2. Touch the screen to display the touch panel keys.
3. Touch AV Menu you should see "Inital Menu" and touch it.
4. Touch AUX 1 on the inital menu to select desired setting.
5. Touch it until Ipod is selected (make sure you have the CD-IU200V connected.
6. Touch ESC. Ipod video should work now.
7. See Page 50 in Operation Manual for more information.
Posted on May 22, 2009
I have the same problem, it seems that the Integrated circut that controls the CD stoped working.
You'll need to go to a repair shop and replace it.
Posted on Aug 22, 2009
make sure u have connected the fm tunner silver box if not thats your problem if u do not connect it it wont power thats really important.
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
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