I dropped my pretty white music player that has a strap for my wrist so it cant fall when i go running when i exercise another thing that it had which is the problem is when i put in any type of a cd i noticed that it wont spin and the words say no disk instead of numbers!the other features are that it has radio am/fm but i cant play any mp,cd or use that lovely anti skip that i love so much lol.can anyone please solve this one
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You cant run 2 bluetooth devices over one mic. That is with exception to a cell phone that has a music player built in that has an auto mute function for incoming calls. Check the stereo for an auto/mute feature for inbound calls. If you see nothing in the manual for that feature then that stereo just doesnt allow it. If so it will show you how to turn it on. His other option is to buy a bluetooth ear mic just for his cell phone.
Most aftermarket cd players have the following wiring diagrams (+)Red..............12v ignition
(+)Yellow...........12v battery (Memory) Constant Hot
(+)Blue.............12v Power antenna
(+)Blue/white.......12v Remote turn on
(+)White............Front left positive
(-)White/black......Front left negative
(+)Grey.............Front right positive
(-)Grey/black.......Front right negative
(+)Green............Rear left positive
(-)Green/black......Rear left negative
(+)Purple...........Rear right positive
(-)Purple/black.....Rear right negative
it has 1 audio output. (2 rca's one for left and one for right.)
Depending on how you plan to set up your system, you can pretty much hook up as many amps as you want.
If you are planning to run an amp to your speakers, you can wire it right into the wiring harness. If you are planning to run more then one amp, strapped or bridged etc, you just use a splitter or the pass through if the amp has it.
you only need one set of RCA's to hook up sub amps. however if you are amping the speakers for front and rear, then you wire it right into the harness if the head unit doesn't have separate rcs's for front and rear left and right. RCA's just make it easier but its still possible with out them.
The hard drive must be formatted in FAT 16 or 32 for the Alpine to recognise its there. It came pre-formatted in NTFS.This is an easy fix once you know the problem. Just save your data/music onto another drive.Then use a program like easeus partition master (free download) to reformat the external drive in FAT32. Move your music/data back onto the drive and the Alpine will now see the drive and all your music. As a matter of interest some people say you cant format a drive bigger than 32Gb in FAT32, but I had no problem with the above method on a seagate 500Gb drive. Also apparently some head units cant deliver enough power to spin up an external usb powered drive, but again I had no problems with the above combination
Try doing it when the unit is in standby. press the SRC button until the unit says Standby, then press menu. If you dont find it in there, try the same way but press and HOLD Menu. If that doesnt work give me a call when your near your radio. 2399106999
sounds like 1 of your speakers is fed backwards. this does happen quite often. try reversing the chords from the second speaker. (put grey in white and white in grey) if this doesn't work then theres a short and it should be taken back.
Not a whole I can do to help. What I can do is refer you to go get a Chilton, or Haynes manual thac voers your Plymouth Voyager. They have schematics with wire colors labeled.You will have a good shot at figuring out which wire is which.
If I were in your shoes I would hardwire it, Run the red wire directly to fuse box or battery, run yellow wire to switched circuit in fuse panel, and isolate the black ground wire somewhere inside the dash, I'm in America and have not wrenched on any FIAT's, but in my expirence some manufactures doe things proprietary, give this a shot.
It shuts off because the remote turn-on wire to the amplifier is connected to the power antenna wire behind your head unit. The power antenna wire is only activated when the tuner is selected. You need to switch the remote wire to the blue/white wire from the head unit (currently you're using the blue wire). This is the true remote output, and will activate the amp whenever the head unit is powered on.