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Re: Error code 13 on my car stereo
I visited VR-3.com and found the following in the manual: Problem: MP3/WMA Files on the USB/SD flash memory do not play. Answer: Flash memory is formatted as NTSC. Format the flash memory as FAT or FAT32. The files have Digital Rights Management(DRM). If the files you are attempting to play were purchased online, they may have Digital Rights Management, this unit is not DRM compatible.
You may want to call VR3 at (800) 445-1797 and inquire about that specific code just in case though the answer above was not given as "error 13" I just made an educated guess based on the problem given.
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While not familiar with this unit I beleive you are right assuming that you need to be working with a line level signal(post preamp) not a mic level signal there are several ways to do this I also do not know your board or how convoluted a layout you are willing to go through Most boards that people who use compressors own(for live pa) have post preamp "insert"points failing that you can put your mic on channel 1 and send its signal to the comp via the aux buss(not raising the channel one fader, but instead send the signal out the aux to the compressor, then take the out of the compressor into channel two(which you will not send any aux singal from) and use the channel 2 fader as your mix level or you could route the mic to a outboard preamp then compressor then mixer input
if you hav e subgroups the mic channel could send out a subgroup to the comp the only thing you do not want to do(for live pa) is place the comp after the main mix out
bwqueen-What type of vehicle are you installing it into,cause some vehicles have built in factory amplifiers.The ones with factory amps need a remote turn on to power up the speakers,let me know and I'll try to help you. cooltek Mar,4/08
pin is on the metal frame of radio on left or right side and on sticker starting with the letters BP- then your 4 dig pin also the radio code after the pin write it down to. swich your radio off press hold the AS button while holding AS button down press power button it will automaticaly ask for security code enter security code then radio code