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No sound through speakers

I installed the cda-9883 in my 95 passat and everything works but there is no sound through the speakers, i have checked the ic power function and also the mute feature and also double checked the wiring, i am totally confused!!!! i also tried hooking up a speaker direct to the headunit and still no sound.

any help would be appreciated

no sound through speakers problem when cd insert but went radio stacion

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  • Anonymous Jul 20, 2008

    i have jeep liverty and i was having the same problem

    if you buy the wiring harness to connect you radio you will see a blue cable with white line coming out from the harness, connect the cable to tha red positive and you will here sound, maybe you car have infiniti audio sistem

  • Anonymous May 12, 2009

    my radio sounds good but yhen i go to play a cd i git no sound

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Check the manual to see how to turn IC on and off. Maybe the deck is set to de-activate the internal amp

Posted on Jul 13, 2008

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Are you using RCA outputs(the round red and white plugs)? if you are then your amp is not turning on and if you are hooking up speakers to your RCA's (low level) then you will not hear any audio the signal is to low. would need to know more about how you checked the ic power?? one could verify an output ic by hooking up an amp since the RCA audio signal is picked off just before the output. if the low level works but the speakers do not then you have a bad output. anything else an o-scope would be handy.
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Posted on Feb 03, 2008

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