I have the radio hooked to 12 volt battery, speakers, and antenna, but I can't get any sound.. the front pannel lights indicate I'm on a station with sound, at least the lights look like that. I don't have a wiring diagram, wondering if there is something I'm missing?
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gray is Rt. + gray with black stripe is Rt. - white is left + white with black stripe is left - Black wire with crimped connector end is ground for deck. (battery -) Red wire goes to 12 volt + source (fused) usually connected to ignition/accessories. yellow goes to constant 12 v + for radio memory. orange with white stripe, is for illumination. (connect to light switch) blue is for power antennae if you have one.
im install cd player for my car, but not sound came out at all. removed it out, try check for connection, but everything was fine. then i did try play around for speaker 's wire speaker. i saw blue ( power ant) just connect to nowhere. then used blue wire to connect for output speaker, then sound show up. but rerarely to heard. cuz sond was too low. even volume was max. i thought maybe they need for more ground to run out put, or sound chip 40 legs is gone. ( need to replace for it?
the amp requires a 12 volt power constant, and a 12 volt "on" signal. you prolly have the 12 v "on" hooked up to the car stereo's antennae remote, meaning your amp gets power when the radio is on, cuase the radio is sending a signal to the amp (thinking that it is sending a signal to the antennae to raise)
you do have one of those collapsable antennas, right?
If you have an amplifier hooked up make sure that the correct blue wire on the harness is connected. One of the wires is the remote amp turn-on, the other is for a power antenna. That would be why your radio plays through your speakers, the power antenna wire' when the source is set to radio, sends a 12 volt signal. That would turn on your amp if thats the way that its hooked up.
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The optical pickup is bad and needs to be replaced. Anything made by Xtreme sound is poorly built. Yes, you're lucky to have even gotten four months use out of it. I've seen some that only last for two months and they die. Fortunately, that's why you didn't pay that much for it. I would suggest getting a Pioneer in the future.