Question about Pioneer Car Audio & Video
the smoke was as a result to wrong power connection, that is, connecting a positive position to a negative position. That's what cause the smoke.
Wrong connection based on RCA connection couldn't have caused the problem. It has to do with the power coming from the battery, maybe there was a bridge or wrong connection.
I would advice that you take the stereo to repairer and if fixing is very expensive, you can then go for a new one. Don't be intimidated by the smoke, it might be a small fault. Maybe a capacitor was the one that got burnt.
So, check all your wires and make sure there is no bridge or bad wire, and make the connection coming from the battery is okay and that would be all.
Posted on Jul 09, 2010
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