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Wiring and tuning

I have a dvd player and have a wire jack coming from the dvd audio to the jack coming in the radio and i cant seem to hear the player thru my radio

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  • sharpprop1 Aug 25, 2008

    I wanted it to the sound to go through my speakers in my van

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Why did you connect it to your radio?

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  • doggitydogs Aug 25, 2008

    You could get an "FM transmitter" for your DVD player, then just tune your radio in.

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