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Audio System

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mehmet yalcin

on 11 March 2014

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8" Sub
800 Watt
200 Watt RMS
Spec List

Sub Box
Sub box for the sub to sit in, its small and compact so not take up and room in boot
Price is £15 for the box
parrot in car hands free
satellite navigation
a sat nav is used to navigate uses of the sat nav to destinations with a road database and gives the user different directions
Dead reckoning using a distance data from the sensors attached to the drivetrain, a gyroscope and an accelerometer can be used for greater reliability, as GPS signal loss and/or multipath can occur due to urban canyons or tunnels.

wing mount electric aerial
price for the areal £25.99

This as electric wing mounted aerial by made by Autoleads
Its very good performance for FM & AM
Its made out of stainless steel with five sections
its fully automatic
It ha microprocessor controlled motor for good reliability

AOD - Active Obstruction Detection to prevent damage on aerial
It needs 12 volts to work

It is supplied with 5 universal style head sets for multiple applications
ts water tight construction so the wiring and inside wing it protected from water

The fitting instructions included ( its important to connect blue wire to 12v feed from the ignition feed with a switch for the aerial to to raise and lower so that aerial can operate when the ignition is on and the switch is flicked
Parrot MKi9200 Bluetooth Handsfree Kit

Parrot MKi9200 bluetooth handfree system is dedicated to conversation and music in car.
Average Customer Rating: 4.6 out of 5(212 Reviews) 205
Rating Snapshot (212 reviews)5 stars1594 stars353 stars92 stars31 star6195 of 210(93%)customers would recommend this product to a friend
Customer Questions & Answers: 268 Questions | 342 Answers
Read All Questions & Answers

Overall Rating 5 out of 5 Parrott MKi9200 hands free is the business!,September 24, 2011 By Majhium Quality 5 out of 5 Value 5 out of 5 Features/Spec 5 out of 5

Overall Rating 5 out of 5 Hands-free Heaven,January 13, 2014 By Paddycat from Wirral Quality 5 out of 5 Value 5 out of 5 Features/Spec 5 out of 5
customer ratings
hands free kit price 139.99
overall rating 4.6 out 5 from 212 customers
common fault
is the remote doesn't responds and also skips tracks
this is because the remote has a low battery
to resolve replace a new battery
Common Fault
it works by a satellite signal to determine the position of the vehicle and real live time receiver the receiver in the sat nav has got a road map built in and t uses the GPS and road map together it can also plan a rout from where you are to your destination and can plan several routs
One of the main faults with this is not the unit itself but its user.

Many people will set the amp up incorrectly by setting the Amp up and over powering the sub by turning either the 'gain' 'bass boost' up to over the sub handling capabilities and this can in end case the sub to seize internally,
his will in turn just kill the sub.
Navigation Instructions: Text-to-Speech
Built-in Devices: AM Tuner
Features: RDS
Memory Card Supported: Multi Media Card (MMC)
Screen Size: 6.5"
Touchscreen: Yes
Bluetooth: Yes
USB: Yes
Height: 3.9"
Width: 7"
Depth: 7.2"
Lanzar Snv65i3d 6.5"
Double din
Remote control
Areal cable
iPod/iPhone cable
common faults on GPS

is if they is to much current be drawn by another components the sat nav wouldn't work as quick if this happens the battery would need to be replaces and the sat nav would work good
MP3 Player
Type Car Subwoofer
8" 4-ohm subwoofer
Low-Frequency Transducer 8" (203mm) Polypropylene cone
Voice Coil 2" (51mm) diameter
Power Handling, RMS 200 W
Power Handling, Peak 800 W
Frequency Response 30Hz–400Hz
Sensitivity (2.83V @1m) 91 dB
Diecast Aluminum Frame Yes – reduced depth
Vented Polepiece Yes
Surround Hi-roll butyl
Progressive Spider Yes
Grille None
External Diameter (Metric, English) 8-1/4" (210mm)
Mounting Cutout Diameter (Metric, English) 7-1/16" (179mm)
Mounting Depth (Metric, English) 4-5/16" (110mm)
construction of the GPS it is built into the stereo system
mp3 player is for iPods,iPhones and other mp3 player to get connect to the car stereo via a cable or it could be built
The fitting instructions included ( it’s important to connect blue wire to 12v feed from the ignition feed with a switch for the aerial to raise and lower so that aerial can operate when the ignition is on so if your not using FM/AM it doesn't need to be raised and when u washing your car you can still listen to cd whiles washing car in car was because you’re in control of the aerial)

aerial antenna motor and wiring into 12v feed
and switch

Mp3 player on a car stereo is to allow some mp3 tracks to play and it will allow iPod, iPhone and all other mp3 devices to play.

The mp3 device would be ready mounted in the device
Their will be only one fault and that would be non mp3 player tracks would not play on that double so you have to have a mp3 tracks so that it can work
Audio System
Honda S2K

testing with multimeter
continuity 0.03 ohms
earth 0v
power 12v

fitting the red wire must be connected to the content 12v feed supply and the orange wire to the ignition 12v. the black wire to a ground then check that the orange wire is not connected to the constant 12v feed as you can brain the battery

we place the double microphone as close to your mouth as possible the greatest distance is 60cm away from mouth the place we put our microphone is near the rear view mirror and it needs to be faced towards the user such as drivers seat

The electronic box
we avoid installing the electronic box near heating and air-conditioning system, and on a spot directly exposed to sunlight or behind metal walls to avoid damaging the box

we make sure that the box is placed behind the stereo because it is then out of the way and we fix to securely so it doesn't move

andwe place the screen in middle of the vehicle
DVD Player
Having a DVD player in your stereo would something fun because you can watch music video or you can watch movies when your stopping over
The fault on a DVD player can be the reader may not read the CD or the system might freeze and the CD could get scratched.

Type 4" (100mm) two-way
Power Handling, RMS 30 W
Power Handling, Peak 90 W
Frequency Response 75Hz – 20kHz
Nominal Impedance 4 ohms
Sensitivity (2.83V @1m) 90 dB
How it works
V.D.U Screen
Purpose of having VDU screen is that you can view navigation, DVDs, music videos and contacts
A speaker work a bit like a solenoid, as it uses both permanent magnet and electro magnet. and works by when a positive current is passed through the electro magnet it will either push the speaker in or out, and move the opposite direction with a negative current.
The screen can freeze, crack screen and pixel failure.
Type: 4ch
Height: 2.3” (58mm)
Width: 10.3” (261mm)
Depth: 6.4” (163mm)
RMS@ 4Ω Stereo: 4x 75w
RMS@ 2Ω Stereo: 4x 100w
RMS@ 4Ω Mono: 2x 200w
RMS@ 2Ω Mono: N/A
Max Power: 800w
Freq. Response: 20Hz- 20kHz
SNR: 0.1%
Crossover Type: HPF/LPF/Flat
Crossover Range: 50Hz-750Hz
Common fault
Protect Light Upon Powering On

1. If the protection light is on, unplug your speaker wires. If the light turns off, check your speakers and subwoofers for defects. Check to make sure the speakers or subwoofers are not blown, and check to make sure they are not grounding out. Sometimes when mounting a speaker, one of your wires will become loose and may touch metal causing the speaker to short out.

2. If these have been followed and the light is still on, the problem could be with the RCA cables or source unit. The RCA's are most likely pinched, grounded or burnt. To trouble shoot your RCA cables grab an extra pair and connect them from your source to the amp. If the light goes away, the problem is with your cables.
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