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You hooked up the wrong blue wire. There should be two, one for the power antenna and one for the amplifier turn on. Use the other one, as you have the power antenna wire hooked to your amp. That wire is only active when you are listening to the radio, not using the CD player or any other aux input if you have any. Common beginner mistake, it's happened to us all.
an easy way would b 4 u 2 gent an fm tramsmitter thats the cheap route if its not on output 4 an ipod connection im pretty sure u can hook up ur amp the only wires that need 2 com from th in-das is a remote and ur rca the remote wire should b blue n u can get a headphone converter with rca ends but i doubt ur ipod will play out of ur amp.... let me know if this helps
Yes I can help, the blue/white wire isn't meant for that purpose. That wire is meant for an amplifier turn-on. the wire you want to use is the red that is the accessory lead. What I would recommend is finding a constant 12V to hook to the Yellow and hook the switch 12V to the red. This way your radio will retain memory. Or you can connect both the red and yellow to that switch and never turn the switch off. Simply use the on/off button on the radio. Good Luck I hope I could help.
The only possible installation problem could be the illumination wire on the head unit. If this is hooked to a 12 lead it would dim the backlight. Try disconnecting the orange wire if it has one(I'm not sure if the 7834 had a dimmer lead). If that doesn't fix it the head unit will have to be serviced.
What kind of car did you install this in? Did it have a factory radio in it? If I had to take a guess I would think that there is a factory amp that you may have hooked the blue wire from the alpine deck to. If this is the case when you switch to CD the alpine deck turns off the power to the power antenna lead(blue wire) and thus your factory amp. If this is the case hook the factory amp turn on to the blue and white wire and you should be good to go.