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Remove the belt and measure it in MM. The search for a belt at that size with Google. You don't have to be too precise about the size. For example if it is 48mm than a 50mm belt should do the trick. Don't bother with the maker's name either. Then can be universal. As long as it looks right.
If you have balance controls for each speaker decrease the vol. to the one closest to you. If you do not have separate balance controls , the one closest to you must be muffled so that the sound will be absorbed and will not sound as loud as the other speaker.
Mine says that all the time and it doesn't skip like that.. try using some air duster in the back and cd tray.. mine actually quit playing cds at one point.. my friend said it was the "dust cover" or something like that by the eye..
Usually the way to do it is to connect audio out (Phono connectors) on the TV to audio/aux in on the stereo (phono connectors)
Of course to do this, both of the pieces of equipment have to have the right connections.
its a fact of life when it comes to CB. Some times you will hear it over the radio if it is on. Happens with mine. There really is no way to solve it unless you replace all the speaker wire in the car with shielded wire.
You are sending out RF. When the AM modulation hits the speaker wires, the act like an antenna a bit. If there is any electrical signal in the wires, from the radio being on, even if the volume is low, and some times even down all the way, the signal in the wire coming from the radio acts like a carrier signal and causes the speaker to resonate to the modulation, giving you your voice on the speakers.
You can try running the power wire right to the battery, but its most likely coming from the antenna.
You probably will not ever be able to get rid of it.
Some cars it doesn't effect depending on the speaker wires, some it does.
I can say that a lot of people have their radio modded so that they can hear them selves over the radio when they talk. its called talk back. This way you can know how your audio sounds.
Think of it this way. You don't have to pay a tech to add this feature.
on laptop, ensure the following:
1. go to Volume control (look for icon on system tray).
2. under Options tab select Properties.
3. under Adjust volume for recording option, ensure that microphone is is check-boxed
if no luck, borrow a second amp and connect your L/R jacks (red and white colour) to the borrowed amps line in jacks and test whether you hear anything to confirm your line out capability.
you have to connect the S-VIDEO output of the device to your laptop via s-video - usb cable , if they do not have a cable like that than you might as well use an adapter from s-video to usb, if u have your hands on one.
the second method is to hook up a audio recorder from the speaker output, and use a volume controller witch steps down the speaker output so you can plug the cable directly to your laptop microfone output..