I've installed my iPod kit with DSP adapter, but I have no sound
Let's look at three things initially: We are assuming that at this point you are able to get a text readout on your radio display.
1. Does the DSP unit have a reliable power source? We need to use a digital multi-meter to confirm that the black wire with white stripe has 12 volts and that the black wire has continuity to ground.
2. Is the coaxial cable securely connected to both the factory DSP amplifier and the DSP adapter? Make sure that both ends are securely attached to both the amplifier and DSP adapter.
3. Have you reset your iPod/iPhone or tried another iPod/iPhone?
Now, as an advanced troubleshooting option, you can take the male RCA cables that are attached to the 6 pin / RCA plug as it plugs into the DSP module and extend them to an external audio input (i.e. a tabletop stereo) to confirm that the iPod and interface module in the front of the car are transmitting audio. If they are, we have a defective DSP module and would need to arrange a swapout.
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