When playing CDs or music from USB, just one channel is working. When listening to the radio - everything is fine (you can hear both). What could be the problem? My car is Nissan Micra and cd-radio is Pioneer DEH-4000UB.
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Is the Aux jack plug or USB or other? its probably a poor connection, slide the plug/or USB in & out untill it works. the sliding in & out will cause the contacts to rub against each other and usually removes enough oxide to allow a connection again.
In reality the correct way to listen to radio or any music source for that matter is in 2 channel stereo. What this means is that the front left and right will play and also the subwoofer. If you absolutely want all your speakers to play while listening to fm, than press the Multi channel button and set it to direct, or any other sound field that you may desire.
you know the more people i tell the less people know. A cd player in a car has the lifespan of about 4 to 5 years max and we in europe download everything to an iplayer then play our music thru the fm radio(saves space and anyway CDs are now obsolete)who listens to a radio when its all online.....and you can use your iphone for satnav/radio/iplayer.all in one....i even use mine to watch the world cup.....
How is TV audio (from the cable box) getting into the Receiver? If digitally, you wouldn't be missing any one channel on a connection malfunction, you'd lose them all. If analog, swap the channels around to isolate the problem (and reconsider using digital).