Question about Pioneer DEH-1000 CD Changer
Ohk thanks for that, do u mean the antenna plug may be shorting to body of cd tuner?? and if so shouldnt that be affecting FM frequency?
when i put it on AM i can pick up stations extremely faintly.
wats your thoughts?
Hi again richos,
The outside area of the antenna plug would definitely touch the body of the CD/Tuner as it is the ground where the shielding of the cable is soldered to. I was referring to the central point where the active wire is soldered to and is connected to the exposed antenna element.
Another possibility to consider is the orientation/location of the vehicle/antenna (though unlikely).
As to the FM, it would still work (even if shorted) since it operates on MHz (unlike AM in KHz). Some antennas for FM (exclusively) even have a balun (coil) matching which is shorted when tested for continuity.
Have you tried the insulated wire?
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