I have a PIONEER DEH-P9300 deck and recently it just stop playing sound..i can connect a speaker to one set of wires and hear noise but no words from cd, i was wondering what the problem was and could it be fixed or alterterd another way besides the speaker wires to get sound out of it? If any one can help please reply Thanks
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Re: CANT GET SOUND
This is often caused by a shorted speaker wire. If you have a pinched or loose speaker wire that's touching metal, it will cause the deck's internal amplifier to shut off.
If you have a multimeter available, disconnect the deck then check each speaker wire for continuity with the chassis ground wire. If you don't have a meter, you can disconnect all the speakers, then connect them again one at a time. See if you can tell if there's one speaker that kills the deck's output.
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Hi, the wires should be connected as indicated below. Please let me know if you have questions, and thanks for using FixYa.
2005 Kia Optima Car Stereo Wiring Schematic Pioneer wire color
Car Radio Battery Constant 12v+ Wire: Orange yellow
Car Radio Accessory Switched 12v+ Wire: Yellow red Car Radio Ground Wire: Black/White black Car Radio Illumination Wire: Brown/White none
Car Stereo Dimmer Wire: Gray none Car Stereo Antenna Trigger Wire: Gray blue/white Car Stereo Amp Trigger Wire: Green blue/white (same as above) Left Front Speaker Positive Wire (+): Yellow white Left Front Speaker Negative Wire (-): Black white/black Right Front Speaker Positive Wire (+): Blue gray Right Front Speaker Negative Wire (-): Red gray/black Left Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+): White green Left Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-): Brown green/black Right Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+): Orange violet Right Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-): Green violet black
Un hook all your speakers that the deck is powering and hook them up one by one sounds like u have a shorted speaker or wire and the unit is going into protection.The best way to chk the speakers and wires is with an ohm meter . Check each speaker wire to ground and across the speaker and see iof you have any shorts. The next step woulk be to remove the unit and have it bench tested.
Here's a few things to check: 1. make sure the polarity of your speaker wires is correct at all the speakers. If you've accidently connected a speaker + to a ground, you'll lose sound. 2. With the deck playing, disconnect one speaker at a time to isolate the problem.
The correct iPod adapter for this is the CD-IB100ii, not the PAC piece you bought. With the correct adapter you will be able to charge your iPod, get text and control from the head unit, and of course audio playback through your system.
set ur stereo to play sound the the rear left then try the wires when u hear sound you know thats the rear left wires, then do right front etc etc, the colours will be in pairs like gray then gray with black line would be 1 speaker
HI. search pioneer no sound on this board. i have already walked another guy through this...
if everythng works but no sound is outputted.. 99 times out of 100 the audio output ic "chip" is bad. Its a common failure for pioneer cd players as well as others. The part is about $20 if you know where to look... if you decide to repair this yourself you will need to be very skilled with solder and desoldering braid...
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