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First, is the radio even ipod capable. If it is, there should be an additional cable that plugs directly to the ipod or iphone. Usually when you attempt to use Sirius/XM, a phone number pops up on your radio for you to call. You will probably need the part number, which will be on the back of the radio. If you are not into all that trouble, you can purchase a new one that has all the functions you want and you will have all instructions and information available. Hope this helps.
are you using more than one amplifier? it sounds like you may be using the blue wire to turn one amp and and the blue/white to turn the other one on. use the blue/white only. the blue wire is antenna remote and turns off when not in tuner mode.
The volume setting on your phone affects the volume as well. Turn the phone up more. If this has already been tried or does not work the keep reading. I believe the call sound comes only through a front speaker (maybe the right front...not sure but I can check on this). If the music seems like it sounds good (with all the speakers) there might be a slim chance that the one speaker that plays the call is not working well. Use the fader and balance setting to switch to each speaker one by one and play sound through it (preferably a commercial with people speaking). See if one of the front speakers is blown or at least does not sound good for voice. This would mean replacing a speaker front set.
Make sure that when you hooked up your 4 channel amp to the remote turn on lead it is the same as the sub. Only hook amps to the Blue w/ white strip. The solid blue is power antenna lead and will lose power when on CD, ipod etc and only stays powered when the Tuner is on. Hope this fixes your problem.
When watching TV or VHS the sound should be stereo and therefor come out of the the 2 front speakers. I suspect you now have sound out of the left front and the center speaker which indicates you connected the center speaker to the right front speakerterminal and the right front to the center terminal.
Just check if all speakers are connected to the correspondent speakerterminal.
If this is correct and the problem persists, try to connect another speaker to the right front terminal to see of the terminal or speaker is not working properly. If another speaker does work on the same connection, your right speaker might be damaged which might not be heard when listening to 5.1 because of the surround sound.
the wireing off the brain is connected wrong, ok look at the wires and now disconnect your remote wire from the amp remote now connect the second blue wire to the remote wire going to the amp, now your sound should be right
CANNONT RECIEVE SOUND FROM THE FRONT N REAR SPEAKERS WHEN PLAYING A CD/DVD. THE RADIO AUTOMATICALLY PLAYS THROUGHTOUT THE CAR. WHEN SRC DVD/CD IS SELECTED NO SOUND EMERGES. SO I PUT ON THE DUAL ZONE. AND THE ONLY WAY TO HAVE SOUND IS TO HAVE ONE ZONE TUNER, AND THE OTHER DVD. WHEN I REVERSE THEM OF COURSE THE SOUND WILL SHIFT EITHER FRONT OR BACK. IF U CAN HELP ME FIX THIS AND RECIEVE SOUND FROM ALL SPEAKERS WHILE CD/DVD anPLAYING I WILL APPRECIATE IT. THIS IS COUPLE MONTHS NEW. IT WORKED ONCE OR TWICE IDK HOW THOUGH. AND NOW I'VE TRIED IT ALL BUT STILL CANT FIGURE IT OUT. i went into the zone control and turn off the rear and i still have nothing. pleease help