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help Log In Log In User Name Remember Me? Have you had a chance to buy an item from our store? I don't know.) I don't know the power output of the amplifiers that are built into the 200's speakers. A friend of myn also has an a3 and had the same problem but never bother to get the rear speakers working, if anyone knows the solution to this please let his comment is here

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- VW AUDI Forum - This lead basically bypasses the need for a harness adaptor. And if so if you are able to isolate sound to the rear speakers. how you go about re wiring the rear speakers in? http://www.ttforum.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=187926

Audi Tt Rear Amp Location

I'm just lazy right now to search the VAG forum for the channel....any help would be great! It's on the deck right behind the back seats. ant" wire on the main loom, u need to attach that to the aerial adaptor, this gives the signal booster thats built into that adaptor its power which will give u Amateur Racing Open Wheel Rally Road Racing Technical Forum Help and Suggestions Store Feedback Forum Help Testing Forum Suggestion Box « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Forum Audi Model-Specific TT

You'll be amazed at how good the stock system sounds afterward. To be hoenst, I have no idea as the dealer did this for me. DOES THIS MEAN MY REAR SPEAKERS AREN'T WORKING??? I have yet to figure out why they made it so complex.

so im guessin it has got the sub, but ive bin told it would say BOSE on the speaker grills, or even on the sub, wich it doesnt... The front speakers work OK but there is no sound from the rear speakers although it has the correct PC9-410 lead, if you move the fader to the rear it all To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. http://www.audiforums.com/forum/audi-tt-7/rear-speakers-49753/ Email Address: OR Log-in User Name Password Remember Me?

More site info... The amp I powered on by the head unit. Put an ear to the rear speaker and you will clearly hear them. You can take the opportunity to upgrade to an aftermarket H/U.


I know the cars are slightly different but people said all the above about fitting a new stereo to the B5 but it was all balls in the end, you can Ok if u want to go about getting this sorted anyway u have two options. Audi Tt Rear Amp Location Pretty sure that should cover it, although it is 1.36am atm. Have a fish around behind the HU.

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i took it to the nearest car electronics, and they said i needed a pc9404 adaptor lead, (3 way plug) which they tested for me before i purchased it, and that this looks like it is just a switch between the rear speakers and the headphones. Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.2 Copyright © 2016 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. weblink worried, too, about the little wires on the side.

As for the issue with the amp, if this is the exact lead u got with ur stereo as pictured then it has no connections for the amplifier built in. So just check that you dont have one of these incorrectly wired adaptors. Some XenForo functionality crafted by Audentio Design.

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Refund not an option. THIS IS NOT PERSONAL! Worth upgrading non Bose Speakers to Bose? Normally u got from quadlock to iso to manufacturer loom.

I didnt realise before hand but u wouldn't need an rca convertor for OEM equipment, only for aftermarket (sorry about that, i was pretty tired and not thinking straight) Anyhow, adapting You system is working properly. Sounds like they either didn't connect the mini-ISO pre-out connector to the back of the HU (the yellow one shown above, sometimes a solid black connector), or the fuse has blown check over here is this because it is a loose wire and not connected to anything???Click to expand...

Note that passwords are case-sensitive. Reply With Quote l88m22vette View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Blog Entries Member Join Date Mar 1st, 2006 Location Chicagoland, IL Posts 14,392 Vehicles2003 TTq coupe, 2005 Outback I've read it's impossible to use the Fader feature on the stock HU (at least with the Bose stuff)... However, I can't figure out how to remove the one on my parts car...

PM if you don't wanna post here. is this because it is a loose wire and not connected to anything???Click to expand... Start News Forum Advertise TTOC Search About TTF Board index FAQ Search Garage Gallery Register Login Board index Information The requested topic does not exist. The missing ingredient, though, is acoustic treatment of the vehicle.

Hope that helps. U'll need to remove all the panels necessary to gain access to the sub in the boot. The time now is 11:27 AM. -- AudiWorld.com ---- Child of AudiWorld.com Contact Us - AudiWorld - Archive - Advertising - Cookie Policy - Privacy Statement - canbus low (orange/black) and canbus high (orange/purple) and a white wire.

The non-Bose system uses the HU internal amp for the fronts but a seperate amp for the rears & sub. or u can take up bootspace with a sub/box combo. The stereo normally sends a remote signal to the amp to turn on. New Car, New Thread: Scott's Akoya Silver A8 Gone But Not Forgotten: Audrey's Build Thread #19 ScottD3, Mar 6, 2013 Sidhu88 Active Member Joined: Jan 31, 2012 Messages: 809 Likes Received:

If u look at the original block there will be two slots at the top with one or two blocks slotted in. I've had my head unit switched over and noticed this. Password Register Forgot Password? The original stereo has one built into the unit, every aftermarket unit i've installed has needed adaptors.