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Sony CDX-CA810X / CD-playback drops aux amplifier

I have auxillary amplifier plugged in for rear speakers using RCA audio-out plugs to connect from stereo to amp, and it works fine with tuner, but cuts off rear amp completely during CD playback. I switched connector plugs from rear set to the front set on back of stereo with the same results. For front speakers only I am wired straight from the main plug assembly. I actually bought two CDX-CA810X units (used) and both do the same thing. Does anyone know why the CD playback cuts off the aux. amplifier signal?

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  • jerry_worrel Jun 04, 2009

    I think that may be it. Thanks a lot!

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Do you have the remote turn on lead hooked up to solid blue wire from the back of the deck? Your amp shoild be hooked up to Bluw w/ white strip as the solid blue wire shuts off when the tuner is off, its used only for the power antenna.

Use Blu w/ Wht strip for amps

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