I have a necvox overhead unit with dvd built in I seem to have lost all audio..
I think last year I lost one side of my audio right side? So I put a splitter in now this year I turned it on and the audio was real scratchy and only played for like a min then quit all together..I did install a new radio professionally before I fired up because radio would work..this install is on a boat BTW..I'm thinking maybe all my audio went out on the player but dont know...I'm getting good video quality though..anyone help??
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If it's a Rosen dvd player the dvd will need to be put in the unit itself & not the unit in the dashboard! The dvd player mounted in the head ligning is a seperate unit from the stereo system fitted in your dashboard!
Sounds to me like you are putting a dvd into the dashboard stereo system which will play any audio through the car speakers...
Put a dvd into the Rosen unit itself & i am sure you will get a picture on the drop down screen! Remember that as far as i know all Rosen dvd players transmit the sound from the dvd to infra red headphones that should be included! Remember to check the batteries if you still can't hear any sound as they run down quick if the headphones are left on!
Red and black are usually power and ground. I know in some overhead units the domelight control is either green or purple depending on whether or not the car is positive or negative switching. You choose one or the other. Im not entirely sure what you are asking in your question but maybe this bit of info will help.
I there is a DVD in the system and the machine us still saying no disc- try several different standard disks- it may not- like 'burned computer type disks' If ttill in trouble assume the unit is faulty.
I think you can see the lens of the DVD's laser. If so get some glass cleaner, and a Q-tip. Dampen one tip of the Q-tip with the glass cleaner and clean the laser lens. Use the dry end of the Q-tip to dry the lens