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I bought an avic-N2 Navigation system one year ago. It worked perfect till now but just one month ago, I start experiencing a weird problem: The navigation guide can be heard through the speakers, The interface buttons chimes through the speakers, but when the source change to radio, dvd or a music cd no audio sound can be heard through the speakers. When the problem started; I remarked turning the car key OFF and then ON or insisting in the volume knob would get me back the sound through the speakers. Now these actions are useless, completely no audio sound through the speakers. Is it a hardware or software related issue? Thanks! Best Regards, Note: I have a pre-wired bose sound system amplifier switching 4 speakers (2 Front & 2 Rear) in my car with no Subwoofer. My initial setting for REAR SPEAKER is set to Full and PREOUT is set to Full too. Optional Information: Make: Pioneer Model: AVIC-N2 Already Tried: I have Retested the wiring, tried reset button and tried to jump the amplifier too...

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  • mniang38 Aug 27, 2009

    I was hesitating to go through the total reset process in order to load back the 50MT disk setting because I did updated to 60MT.
    Can going back and then re updating help solve the problem? Thanks!

  • mniang38 Aug 27, 2009

    I was hesitating to go through the total reset process in order to load back the 50MT disk setting because I did updated to 60MT.
    Can going back and then re updating help solve the problem? Thanks!

  • mniang38 Aug 27, 2009

    I was hesitating to go through the total reset process in order to load back the 50MT disk setting because I did updated to 60MT.
    Can going back and then re updating help solve the problem? Thanks!

  • mniang38 Aug 27, 2009

    I was hesitating to go through the total reset process in order to load back the 50MT disk setting because I did updated to 60MT.
    Can going back and then re updating help solve the problem? Thanks!

  • mniang38 Aug 27, 2009

    I was hesitating to go through the total reset process in order to load back the 50MT disk setting because I did updated to 60MT.
    Can going back and then re updating help solve the problem? Thanks!

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You will need to have the system updated

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