Question about Pioneer DEH-1900MP CD Player
I have a Pioneer DEH-1900MP hooked up in my boat. Speaker wires appeared to be hooked up correctly and stereo display works, but there is NO sound going to the speakers. It worked fine the other day. I hook up the speaker everytime I use the boat, then unhook them when I'm done, but the speaker wire gets wet. I'm using monster Cable. Would there be a problem with the speaker wires getting wet?
Not using an amp...I go directly from the stero to 2 speakers.
The wires may have gotten wet and fried something in the sound output in the stereo.
Posted on Aug 30, 2008
Be sure as well to check all power connections to stereo for possible blown fuse. Likely have 2 or more fused connections for power.
Posted on Dec 10, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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