Question about BOSS AUDIO SYSTEMS BV9970 Car Video Player

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I have a BOSS BV9970 stereo. the usb will not let me play my ipod, it starts to load it but stops halfway through. and when i try to use the aux, my right rear and right front speakers will not play.

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  • rkrull Mar 20, 2011

    everything is hooked up right. we have checked the speakers and everything. every wire is connected in the right spot. when i play a cd or the radio the speakers work. but the aux wont play the right speakers. the usb wont even load my friends ipod, he has the newer ipod touch, it wont even acknowledge that anything was hooked into it. when i put my ipod touch in, the first type that came out. it will load for a little bit but stop and freeze.

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Sounds like a loose connection on the aux input. boss has a pretty bad reputation for there usb / aux connections inside the unit. also if your right rear and right dont play on anything its bc you have them turned down. or if this is recently installed they got mixed up. please let me know more details so i can better help you

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  • brian shevack Mar 20, 2011

    it sounds like a defective unit then im sorry for the bad news one last thing you can try is using a diff aux cable into the aux spot and spin the cable around by not having the sound on the right side indicates a connection issue. (obviously) but thats the issue. sorry for hte bad news bro. hope the aux cable idea works.
    good luck and sorry i couldnt help needed them thumbs up lol

  • rkrull Mar 20, 2011

    lol yea we tried a different aux cable earlier.... nothing lol iv been denying that it was defective cause iv tried too hard to make it work. but thanks for your help. good to have an extra voice help out.

  • brian shevack Mar 20, 2011

    yeah man no probl. you can always use hte oldest trick in the book. buy the exact same one. and return the broken one lol

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None of these comments are correct. I had this problem. The auxiliary input uses video too. You need to get a microphone to RCA connector for your iPad or Phone side, and use the 3 line RCA plug provided for the AUX in. Just connect white and red rca, and leave the yellow video input alone.

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