Hey guys how is it going?? i got a cd player in my 240sx when i bought it and i really like it but i cant seem to figure out how to turn "loud" on i got bbe andall the other settings on so any help telling me how to turn "loud" on would be so very appreciated! thank you taylor
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There is a generic way of doing this for all pioneer headunits give this a go... If you turn the unit off then while it is off just hold the function button in it may just have func writtin on it then it should bring up a secondary menu with your date and time and to turn subs on or off
I just left the Lexus dealership w/ my ES 330 (my changer reads "Error 3" upon starting my car, it also makes a loud ticking noise); go figure, the mechanic/technician there informed me that I need another motor for my disk changer - Merry Christmas and hello $675!
After turning your car off for about an hour or so, the cd player is supposed to reset itself enabling you to retrieve your cd's. Attribute this to having utilized burned cd's.
You have those newer earphones, the ones that actually go in your ear, the pods? No? Well dig this guy. They have more volume and monsterous bass! One player I have that I used to turn up to about 8 on it; I can hear at 1 with a set of cheap Sentry earpods I bought for $4.
Otherwise, it sounds like you might need a new rechargeable battery, or a better brand/ kind of disposible battery. If you use rechargeble batteries like AA or AAA, most have less power than regular disposible; 1.2 vs 1.5. You'll still want the earpods, serious.
first using test light check all fuses both sides of each fuse may be burnt in the middle but you will still get 1 side with power this is inportant if all check well you have a bad ground going to the chassie of the car.
Go to your local dealership for your make of car. ask them if they do radio/cd player re-codes.. if not they should be able to put you in touch with someone who does as they use them all the time to re-code their trade in car sound systems... it usually costs about 15 quid or so...hope this helps..cheers.
Have her go to Control Panel and click on SOUNDS, then AUDIO . When the window comes up Click on Speakers, then adjust the volume by sliding the volume control to thye right. While she is there have here put a check on SHOW in Task Bar. Then click ok. Hope that will be of some help. Bud