My old stereo was not working, so i bought a new one. They are both sony, and they both cant be broken, so i was wondering if anyone out there could help me.
When i increase the bass just one notch or increase the volume, the unit cuts out like it has skipped (although it hasnt, because i am stationary at the time!!!).
Does anyone know what this can be?!!!
Please help me!
Hey 24seven.....how do you expect your solution to work?????...you say first off "turn it off"......so if you have the unit off how can you make it on bass control.....unit is off dude....no way to get it on bass control.......lot of lies sounds like
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Re: Re: Stereo cutting out
Try this: turn it off. spin the volume control back and forth, nearly full range of motion, very rapidly and for a long time (about 3 minutes). repeat for bass control. try stereo. any improvement? if so, what you just accomplished was to wipe the dust off the potentiometer's electrical contacts.
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what you need is to buy a wiring adapter for your car.it only cost about 15 bucks and plugs right in to your original plugs that were connected to your factory radio.the great thing about this adapter is that you dont hava to cut your original plug off just in case if you ever want to reinstall your original back.also the wires that go to your new headunit are color coded to match the exact colors that you connect to your stereo.you can't mess your connection up because all you have to do is connect each wire to the right color,tape them up,connect your stereo and you have music with all of your speakers working like they should and without any headaches.i hope this info helps.take care and good luck, manny
If you purchased your new stereo out-of -the -box factory fresh, then it should have a plug set which plugs into the back of the new stereo. If your old car stereo plug is still connected to the all the wires(that is the plug that the car radio plugs into), then -
The easy way to hook up new stereo to old connector is buy an adapter plug that will match the old plug with the new plug. You will have to connect the wires from the new plug to the old plug ,but that is easy because both plugs have the same color wires.
Go to ' installer .com' and you should be able to find the right plug. Hope this helps...
yes those are some of the facture to check but first i want you to disconnect all spk and rca and turn on amp and then start connting using one rca and one spk wir connect one by one and see wht happen
Could be a bad patch cord, a setting on the mixer, a faulty mixer (unless it works ok with other amps), or a dirty control on the Sony amp if it has analog controls. Have you tried connecting other sources to the Sony?
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