Is there a way to turn up the gain on the microphone on this unit? Just received the deck, install was easy, setup was easy, and it actually sounds and works awesome! So far have only received 2 phone calls and they both said it sounded like I was at the end of a tunnel, hope there is a way to adjust the mic gain so that the unit picks my voice a little better
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With the unit on, press and hold DISP until the clock begins to flash, then release. Press TUNE << to adjust the hours and TUNE >> to adjust the minutes. Press DISP momentarily to save the selected time.
Your clock adjustment is probably located at enter/function mode. Was looking at the layout of the deck and there isn't aux port in the front so my guess is that it is located on the rear of the deck. Make sure you have the iplug connector.
The red light is blinking because it is in theft mode, you need to enter your anti-theft code... I have been trying to get mine from dual for a week now, hope you didnt lose it like i did. You need the remote to enter the code by the way.
If the cd's come in and out fine then it has something to do with key wire (red) . I try and always use and a adaptor harness when installing aftermarket decks. Make sure your wires are well inulated and not pinched when deck is "in its place".
The easiest and most efficient way to hook up your old radio harness to a new head is to use a harness adapter that is made for your vehicle.
If you have not cut off the old plug that went into the old radio then it would be a simple matter of plugging the adapter harness into the old plug and color matching the wires from the adapter to the new head wires, which will be the same colors.
If you go on line to - Installer.com you probably will find the correct adapter for your vehicle. There are other on-line stores that deal with adapters, as well.
If the old plug was cut, it may be possible to splice the plug back to the original wires, then it's a matter of plugging the adapter plug into it.
Hope this helps...
Got to the following lik for your manual:
Refrence page 6 for instructions.
With the unit off, press open to allow the front panel to slide down. Genetly squeeze the release tab located on the bottom center underside and pull faceplate down and away from unit to remove. To install insert left side faceplate first then push right side to secure.
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make sure the speaker grounds are connected to the speaker ground wires on the deck and not the "chassis" ground. also make sure both power wires are hooked up to a power source. the thinner power wire is supposed to be a switched source (like the ignition key or an accessory switch) that turns the unit on and the thicker one is a constant source which actually powers the deck once the switched source is turned on.