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Speaker Balance We just purchased a jeep with a Pioneer Deh-245 Stereo, only the right side speakers work. Where is the balance button to see why the left side is not working? Please help....

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    How Do I Set The Balance On My Pioneer DEH-245?



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Its the shift button. that lets you adjust your bass treble fade and other stuff.

Posted on Feb 16, 2008


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