Question about Audiovox Car Audio & Video
My DVD player plays great and has worked well for 4 years. All of a sudden, I get no sound from the left side when playing DVD movies. It is the same when using the radio, wireless headphones, or headphone jack on the side of the unit. If I turn the volume way up, I hear the audio through the left but it is very soft with a lot of static. Would this be a part failure within the unit, or has something been changed some way in the setup? I have checked and rechecked the connections. The only wires used are for the dome light and power(red/blk trace, blk/red trace, red, and black) It is meant to work wireless only.
Using the wiring colors check the head unit output with a test speaker.
Posted on Apr 13, 2017
Two things.. Check the batteries..
Also.. since these headphones have to have a signal sent to them to activate transmission (green light simply indicates they are receiving a signal) it can take a few moments after the signal begins to activate them.
I would hazard a guess that when you unplug the cables and then plug them back in.. the feedback that generates activates the base much the same as a regular audio signal would
Finally.. make sure the source is a fixed output.. if not.. and its variable..you will have to increase the output or volume to activate the base..
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
Just press FM button. Blue Light turn off, and you can listen radio without interference. Gustavo (Alpine Buenos Aires)
Posted on May 19, 2009
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