I've just installed this unit and there is no sound in normal mode but as I switch on the DUAL mode the sound comes out fine, I am using ISO connectors and 2nd audio out is not in use also there's an external amp connected to the woofer out to power the sub-woofer. the main issue is most of the features like USB and bluetooth dont work in DUAL mode so there is no sound when I connect my phone via bluetooth or USB drive.
Any help is much appreciated.
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Re: JVC KD-AVX44 no sound in normal mode
it seems to be there is some programing problem with the main board so u jus cant do it by ur self u need tecnical help from a proffesional mechanic coz i came across the same problem with another product.....
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ok from what i can gather it sounds like something broke inside the unit and you might wanna replace it. Im sure you can find a much better radio really cheap. I had a similar JVC model and it gave me headaches. I think you will love this model instead. Trust me its soooo much better and priced really well for its capabilities.
JVC KD-R800 30K Color-Illumination Single-DIN CD Receiver with Dual USB 2.0 for iPod/iPhone and Bluetooth
Below is the step-by-step procedure for setting the JVC clock. Please note that after you have entered the PSM mode, if you have not pressed a button for about 2 seconds, the radio will automatically exit the mode and return to normal operating mode. In that case, you must restart PSM by holding the "SEL" button until the display changes.
(1). Enter the PSM mode by pressing and holding the
SEL button until the display changes.
(2). Use the rocker switch left/right until "CLOCK
H" is displayed.
(3) Set the clock hours by turning the volume
(4) Press the rocker switch again until "CLOCK M"
(5) Set the clock minutes by turning the volume
(6) Press the SEL button to finish and EXIT.
Sorry for the delay in response. i was speaking to a JVC service center techie here and he said that this is normal. You have to manually switch the view. It does not happen automatically, and is done for safety reasons..