Question about Alpine Car Audio & Video
Dve-5207. No sound from car speakers, only headphones. I was told to turn my radio to a certain station but don't know which one.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: alpine dve-5207 & tmx-r705
To my understanding, both are inter-compatible to either NTSC or PAL.; the player will auto detect what format the disc is and auto-switch over. As the manual says, "DVE-5207 automatically changes the video output signal (NTSC or PAL), according to the disc." On the other hand, the TMX-R705 needs manual settings (2 ways):
1. NTSC and PAL can be directly switched when the DISP on the TMX-R705 remote button is pressed for at least 2 seconds; or
2. On the TMX-R705 remote, press the SETUP button, press the DOWN or UP button within 10 seconds and select AUX 1 SIG. or AUX 2 SIG., press the LEFT or RIGHT button within 10 seconds to set the selection.
Just an after thought, pls verify that your DVD Region number is either 2 or ALL. Additionally, you can verify the color format the unit is using (as well as the disc) by pressing DISPLAY during playback on the player.
Should this not be corrective, perhaps you need to check the grounding/wiring and the interconnections cables.
Hope that this be of some help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.
Good luck and kind regards.
Posted on Nov 14, 2007
SOURCE: No sound
I generally use 88.9 to 89.7, I have had this problem in the past, what I had to do was pull the bottom device off of the Velcro and move it around untill the sound came in. But now I have another issue, the DVD player turns on but I don't get any picture or sound. It was working fine. any thoughts. Is there a way I can connect the display to my laptop?
Posted on Sep 15, 2008
It's called RFI, Radio Frequency Interference.
Certain capacitors in the amp, or on the motherboard can act as radio tuners, as can unshielded speaker wire. Your only hope is to use shielded speaker cables, ensuring that the shield is grounded, and make sure you have three prong (grounded) outlets. Sometimes rerouting your wires behind the PC can help.
Do you have dial-up service/modem. If so the telephone wire is susceptible to RFI in a big way. The RFI can bleed into the PC and cause your situation.
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Posted on Sep 20, 2009
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