Remote Control for XO Vision NC-72 In Dash Car Monitor
The remote control for my XO Vision NC-72 In Dash Car monitor(Nissan Vehicle) fell and broke. The monitor can only be powered up using the remote. How can I go about getting a replacement or is there a Universal remote that can be used to power up the monitor? Please advise....Thanks....Vish
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Pull up the menu screen and scroll through until you come to FM transmitter. Select FM transmitter and scroll through to select a radio station(88.1, 89.1, etc). Select the station. Now, tune your vehicle stereo to said station. Enjoy.
It looks like you've narrowed it down to a settings issue. If it is saying "No Signal" while on AV2, then you need to switch to AV1 where your video signal is. A remote might be available online from XO Vision (www.xovision.com) directly or on E-bay. You might also be able to find a local dealer of XO Vision from their website. One quick fix you can try....since the monitor has 2 video inputs and is stuck on AV2, you can simply get video by unplugging the video input on AV1 and plugging it into AV2. Hope this was helpful.
Use DVM to check if you have 12VDC to player. If you have no DVM, you can use small car light bulb with leads. If bulb lits from ground and hot wires, then player is bad. Or most likely a loose connections.
you probably set the audio for 5-channel. In a 5-channel set up. Which it doesnt sound like you have there is a 5th speaker in the center of the dash dedicated for clear vocals. Play with surround options and i'll bet you can fix it
Try these guys - although they only allow installation by licensed installers, so they may not supply parts.
Wiring harnesses for this type of application will differ considerably from vehicle to vehicle depending on the location of the monitor and player and the route through which cabling has to be threaded, so they are usually constucted in situ. The connectors on these units should be standard, so any auto electric shop should be able to wire it up, but be careful not to void any warranty on the monitors.
Hope this helps :)