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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hello chevi1981..what can happen is if whoever installed your system did not run your speaker wires properly eg if they have worn through and touching metal or a screw through the wires ,it can blow the audio ics in unit resulting in no sound.all these high powered units have above ground circuits in the audio stage .to check ,hook up a separate speaker direct to your unit,separate wiring ,if no sound, will most likely be the intergrated circuits..these will have to be changed by a tech as cd players are a beast to work on,also your 2 speaker wires should not touch one another.with your sec code if your have a removable face you may not have a code ,as removing face is your security .hope this helps
Posted on Feb 08, 2008
Good day sir, there are quite problems with 64 bit OS, specially the HD versions.
Have you tried a patch version for the 64 bit, usually downloaded in microsoft site. It a long shot, it might help.
I also encountered the same problem with the XP64bit HD audio. there is a trick (hope this works for you), as I install the HD audio, I just let the installer setup, there will be a point that windows will detect the HD New device found, Don't respond, let the installer continue, until it reset your PC. call your dealer for proper setup of the HD audio. They do have info about your motherboard.
Posted on Oct 14, 2009
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What you are proposing will not work.
You can EITHER use the Line inputs OR high level speaker inputs.
Using the line inputs, your L&R line level signals pass through the sub on their way to a stereo amp, then speakers.
Using the Speaker inputs, your L & R speaker cables connect from your amp (or PC speaker outputs) to the "Speaker input" terminals. The "Speaker output" terminals then connect to your speakers.
Posted on May 19, 2010
First, test your sub terminals for an Open connection, or no resistance. This is to test if your sub is blown. This is usually the case.
Double check your wiring, not only to the sub, but from your headunit to your sub. Make sure your headunit is configured to work with your amp, if you have a setting for this (for instance, SUB: ON).
Posted on Jul 14, 2010
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