I have a JVC KD AR200 which was working fine until Sunday, I turned it on there was a whooom sound, now the music sounds very faint like in the back ground out of both speakers, I have to turn it up really high to be able to hear it.
Have you any idea what might of caused it?
Could have blown the speakers or if there sub woofers ran off an amp that might be your problem as far as the cause it could be something as simple as a loose ground or some wire that is getting power grounding out on a piece of metal somewhere i would double check all of your connections
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you will need to access the bass and treble setting on the unit.
If you have stnadard speaker then dont put the bass to high as you can not turn the volume up high.
The same for the treble.
Set them at about the same and turn the volume up until it sounds good.
If it is to quiet then turn the treble and bass down and then the volume up more
YELLOW WIRE IS CONSTANT, SO YOU NEED TO FIND A CONSTANT POWER SOURCE. GET A TEST LIGHT, GROUND IT, AND TEST THE WIRES WITH YOUR CAR OFF AND KEYS OUT OF THE IGNITION. MAKE SURE IT HAS A GOOD GROUND. LET ME KNOW HOW THAT WORKS OUT.
It sounds like your stereo is working properly. I've never seen a
car stereo that was wired properly that you could turn on and listen to
while the car was off with the key removed from the ignition
switch. You would have to move the ignition switch to the
accessory position in order to get the stereo to work. Hope this
helps. Good luck. Mike D.
I am having exactly the same problems. No sirius and ipod has to be turned up very loud to hear at all. The problem appeared suddenly friday night with no movement of accessories. It was working when I turned it off and wasn't when I turned it on a few hours later. I have checked connections and reset unit with no success.
all radios like your has two power inlets one is battery and the other is Acc or Ing. The battery line keeps power in the radio after you turn off your car both lines must work for the radio to turn on it sounds like a resister burn out thats why your face plate was warm.