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Pull up the menu screen and scroll through until you come to FM transmitter. Select FM transmitter and scroll through to select a radio station(88.1, 89.1, etc). Select the station. Now, tune your vehicle stereo to said station. Enjoy.
Go to Clarion .com select united states then select support at the top of the screen. then in the middle you will see installation and operating manual it said use remote for power and fm to play through radio but you need a second part to run Fm modulated but you may already have it . also it has built in wireless headphone IR transmitter. Check web site for purchase of remote and if no luck . check your locals car stereo shops for a clarion dealer and see if they can get remote and ebay last resort.
The constant 12v power and the standard 12v power are mixed, all you have to do is swap these wires around (usually red and yellow) they expect this problem and will have pre cut the wires so all you have to do is unplug the red wire and plug it into the yellow wire, and plug yellow into red, so you have 2 wire half red other half yellow, this goes for all head units.
Try to look for a switch under the dash it should be a toggle switch , what happens is that the switch turns on the Fm modulater that transmitts the sound of the Dvd to the station. If that is not turn then you will hear the dvd player. If you turn the switch on then you will hear the radio become more static, that means that the Fm modulator is working
if the headsets work the fm transmitter may already be working. unless they are using an ir signal. you can test this by blocking the the ir or (infrared) led's on the lcd and the dvd player , if the headsets still work than its probably being sent via fm signal. turn your head unit on to fm andstart at 87.1mhz and work your way up to 89.9mhz in .1mhz intervals fm transmiters are usualy some where in that frequency.hope that helps
Well, It all kinda depends on how ur trying to hear it. Depening on the age and the model of the dvd player some models have a built in FM Modulator. This transmits the audio signal via your FM radio. Most Fm Modulators are preset out of the box with lower frequencies. Simply pop a disc in ur dvd player, Make sure the volume is up on the dvd system and tune ur radio to the matched setting of the Fm Modulator.