I recently moved my pair of Tview t-6500HR headrests monitors from an older vehicle to another newer vehicle.I did not get the cable harness out of the traded vehicle and now that I am installing the monitors in my newer vehicle I can't seem to get it to work with a cable I purchased from a Auto stereo dealer locally .Would you know the proper wiring for the Tview 6500hr type monitor,I have tried many avenues but can't seem to get the wiring diagram to allow me to hook it back up .Thanks .
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you are going to have a wiring harness for both vehicles because they are going to be totally different the make and model different and all the different types of controls and upgrade one has, the computer wiring diagram or layout, the older vehicle may have less wiring than the newer one, all the new electronic devices installed on the newer car compared to the older vehicle. lights setup, if has power door locks, power windows, power trunk, powered whatever,
anti-braking, the vehicles computer system will all be different setup, codes for the devices in the car. it mite have the same motor but that all it will be just the motor.
That worries me when the fuses dont`t blow,otherwise I would have told you you made the wrong connections or did not ground enough. You can find fuses in any hardware stores and if your purchase is recent, have it replaced or get your money back. I suspect something wrong with the item. Or go to place where they are specialized in installing DVD monitors in cars; they`d tell you if it`s blown up or not. My TView monitor is really blown up and I am trying to find out if it can be fixed. My warranty has expired and I am kind of stucked.
The monitor only headrest does not have audio handling circuitry in it. the wire harness for that side is the one with the red and black wire, and the two video inputs, not the harness with the red and black wire and the three RCA jacks. It will function on the wrong harness, but it is not the correct one.
The DVD headrest has two harnesses. One of them is for power and output, the other is for input only from another source. The harness with the red and black wire has the three RCA outputs... the video lead goes to the other headrest, and the audio can be fed to an aux input on a stereo or amplifier. The input harness is designed to be Video 2 input from either a gaming system (a Game Cube is a nice option), or another DVD or video source (hand held video device such as iPod or Smart Phone like a HTC Touch Pro 2).
To get sound out of the stereo, either run the audio output from the headrest to the aux input on your stereo, or cycle the FM transmit options using the FMTX button on the DVD player unit to a station you can tune to on your car's FM radio.
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Youll have to run sets of cables from your head unit to the seats, youll prob only need video, power, and ground if the sound will come from your speakers. For the same display on either monitor run to first position then link the 2 monitors.
hi hallow then their is a problem in passing power supply or receiving power supply r some where the connection may lost which unknown to u so please refer it once again and see the battery connected perfectly are not. u explained u r problem very well but such problem can solve by cheaking the instrument practicaly so if still u r problem is not solved its better to consult the expert near to u directly