Question about Nesa Vision Car Audio & Video
The sound is broadcasted over my car radio speakers and it is so full of static, I can't hear the movie audio. How do I fix this? These are built in DVD players built into the headrests. I have two in the same car. They are broadcasting through different frequencies.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Jensen VM9510 Car DVD Player
here is the link for the manual if you need it - ask again if you don't find what you need. http://audiovox.com/manuals/owners/VM951... Hope this helps :)
Posted on Mar 10, 2007
you probably set the audio for 5-channel. In a 5-channel set up. Which it doesnt sound like you have there is a 5th speaker in the center of the dash dedicated for clear vocals. Play with surround options and i'll bet you can fix it
Posted on Dec 26, 2007
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