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Re: no bass thru cd player
It seems like you connected the wrong remote wire to the amp.
Alpine has two remote wires.
BLUE (only) This is the pwr antenna remote wire,every time you insert a cd this remote wire,the pwr cut out.
BLUE/WHITE STRIPE This is the AMP REMOTE WIRE,THIS IS THE REMOTE WIRE THAT YOU NEED TO CONNECT TO THE AMP
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You should be using this sort of thing in a motor vehicle ,here in spain its a big fine and points on licence if the radio can be heard outside the car with the windows closed ,but?? needless it doesnt stop the boy racers i like a car to be quiet especially my jaguar if i hear any noise from more than 4 ft away i sort it straight away .But yes i had the noise when i was young with my 3 lt ford zodiac and a record player that played 45s ,memories ? if this is a rear big boom boxx speaker the check the connections inside the unit sounds like a loose wire thats all
There are no hard and fast rules for setting Bass, Midrange and Treble on your radio. Depending on the type of music you are listening to with your radio, it can / will determine your sound settings. To attempt to set the sound settings on your radio, select the sound settings and set all of them to 0. ( Bass,mid,treble ), then start playing your usual music. With the music playing move the treble setting in single incriments 1,2,3,4 and so. A comfortable setting is usually a 5 out of a total number of 6. Then move over to Midrange and repeat process. A 4-5 out of 6 is usually comfortable. Finally comes the Bass. You do not want to overpower your speakers with too much bass as this will damage them over time. Repeat the usual process and listen carfully for any baffling or distortion as you move through the numbers. A comfortable bass setting is usually 2-4 out of 6. Again I must stress that there is no hard and fast rule for settings. It boils down to the type of music, and what your ears tells you sounds good. What sounds good to me might not be enough for you, or vice versa. I hope this helps! Cheers!
If the sound is coming out clearly with the radio on, then there is a problem with the cd drive or its connections. If your stereo has aux. inputs, you could run an mp3 player until your ready to replace it.
what is happening on the display is the laser reading the disc if its not reading the disc your cd player is faulty more than likely the laser is either dirty or had its day,make sure there is compatible music data on the disc,also check all the sound options on the stereo.
are you using any separate amp?- if you are the blue wire on the back of the radio is probably turning off when you use a cd(the blue wire is for a power antenna, the blue with a white stripe is for an amp)
Hey there Subaquakid, the nature of surround systems is to identify separate extra channels of information and send them to the right address, being the selected speaker. In order for the rear speakers to work they need to be sent a signal. The media which you are using may not have the rear channel encoded. therefore the rear speakers have nothing to announce. Please ensure your source cd has the suround feature encoded. Hope this helps. Good Luck!