I have a thin but dangerous grasp of this junk. Try moving the speakers around to see what positioning gives you the best sound. The supplied microphone plugs into the front-panel 3. Connect the speaker wires from the terminals on the receiver top picture to the inputs on the back of the speakers bottom picture. I even had my amplifer checked by a local stereo store and they found no problems. I am doing an install on a motorbike. Cut the red wire a few inches from the radio and take the cut wire attached to the radio and tap it into the yellow wire.
I have a 2006 bmw z4 i went to a professional installation shop to have a new after market radio installed along with a new amp it was a pioneer radio. Recently I bought a lvpin mini amp off ebay. He has a multi piece stereo system that a buddy disconnected to help him move. When a disc is inserted with the power off, the unit will automatically power up and begin playback. Should I connect the antenna wire to body of the unit? I hooked the speakers up before the deck, and they were working fine with the factory stereo. Sometimes when I start the vehicle at the star of the day the sound comes on briefly and then stops again.
Check the harness and make sure you have the correct one. The only problem I am having is when initially turn on the unit it has very little high range sound. I have all the wires hooked up properly, but when I plug the head unit in, nothing comes on. I believe everything is wired correctly. Look for a blue wire on the aftermarket head unit and ensure that it's connected to a corresponding wire within your vehicle's wire harness.
When the radio is on all of the speakers work but when I plug my phone into the aux cord the front speakers keep playing the radio station and the rear play my aux music. I found a way to connect the red and black speaker wire to a 3. Try your speakers on another stereo receiver. I took it to the shop and after two hours they said it was the radio was defective. Any ideas on what could be wrong? Ok, I can think of three possible solutions: 1. If it makes the system easier to work, then I say try it and see if you like it.
I would prefer some other solution. Remove Cage After all of the wiring is complete, the cage should slide easily off of the chassis of the new stereo and into the dash kit with the clips to secure the cage in place. For further refinement of the sound you can use the receiver's Auto Time Alignment feature to get the perfect stereo sweet spot. Install guide said that the orange wire from factory is the constant. Some wireless speakers work around the house while others you can take out to your backyard or just about anywhere else. I bout these at a thrift store.
So I took it all back out checked for a lose wire or a wire that may have come off and checked all the fuses. If it works and sounds great, hold on to it. The inputs you can use are: 1. Make sure to use your ground, as well as another ground like the frame or body of the car while testing your constant and accessory to test that you have a good ground. When I hook up all of the right wires, the stereo is off when the car is off but when I turn the car on the stereo stays off.
I have a box of wires to boot. You put the open side of the spade connector on the end of each wire and then attach the flat side of the spade connector to the screw terminals on your receiver. I have no idea how to wire these, any help would be appreciated, and what else would I need to set them up? No response from connecting power ant to power ant wire though. Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. If I do where would I connect it.
Do you need to make room for a turntable? Hello, I find this page to be extremely helpful and I hope you will find it in your heart to address my problem individually. Is this a radio malfunction or am I doing something wrong? Nick, I recently aquired a new jbl studio series s312 and tried connecting it to my current home theater system. Hello I moved into a house that has the whole house surround system built into ceiling and I just purchased a receiver and had five people yesterday trying to get sound from the speakers. Iv never had a problam with this equipment. I have speaker wires with red, yellow, and white ends.