Question about Pioneer DEH-P80MP CD Player
I just hooked up this cd player to my car. I cranked it up to 60 to see wat it sounds like and make sure it all worked. Then i poped in a CD and tried the same thing and it would only go to 40 volume and then would say "ACC ERROR LINE" (or it was something like this). Is this a wiring problem on my part, could it be my speakers or what? Any solutions would be a great help thank you.
Check to see if the selector switch in rear of unit is switched to 60. if that is the case, then your speakers are not capable of handling the power. This is a safeguard Pioneer has built in to the unit. It senses the wattage allowances and self adjusts to the allowed wattage of the speakers. If this is the case, then you need to upgrade your speakers.
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