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Old 05-14-2017, 12:05 PM   #741
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Because you've got the camera power wired to the reverse lights it'll only be powered when you're in reverse, so if you don't have the car in reverse when you hook it to the Vid AUX in to test it won't display anything. Conversely, if you don't have the green reverse wire connected to a source that's triggered by the back up light switch then the head unit won't know to look for the camera.

One of th eAudi forums might be a better place to try and find out what color wire to look for to tie into for a trigger, but worse comes to worse you can always run a wire forward from the reverse light itself, where you tied into to power the camera, and connect that to the green wire from the head unit. Many video cables for backup cameras already come with a wire built in for this very purpose so you only have to have the one cable routed forward for both functions.


Hi,

I have already this cable wired in place.The only wire I cannot figure out is "reverse detecting green" as in Dynavin A5 wiring seems to be different fron Dynavin generally and I dont have schematic for Dynavin Audi A5 harness.

I will try few others but dont want to burn anything.

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Old 05-14-2017, 12:23 PM   #742
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Hi,

I have already this cable wired in place.The only wire I cannot figure out is "reverse detecting green" as in Dynavin A5 wiring seems to be different fron Dynavin generally and I dont have schematic for Dynavin Audi A5 harness.

I will try few others but dont want to burn anything.

Cheers

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Connect the red wire on that cable to the positive side of the reverse light at the back. the same place that you're getting power for the camera, then connect the other end to the green REVERSE wire on the Dynavin.

You do have that one extra wire coming off of the A harness, right?

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Old 05-17-2017, 09:43 AM   #743
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He probably does not have a reverse wire since he has an audi.....most of the audi dynavin units did this via the canbus.
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Old 05-17-2017, 03:12 PM   #744
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He probably does not have a reverse wire since he has an audi.....most of the audi dynavin units did this via the canbus.

Guys,

I have already had this cables connected and there was no picture.I have a replacement camera coming to double check if this is not a camera problem.

I will report back once I figure it out.

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Old 05-19-2017, 12:57 PM   #745
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Guys,

I have already had this cables connected and there was no picture.I have a replacement camera coming to double check if this is not a camera problem.

I will report back once I figure it out.





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Okay,

Secret was in grey loose wire called 360 on the back of Dyavin A5 unit. I would never guess that. Now camera is working nicely but another problem is that reverse light power doesn't like to power up camera, voltage drops as soon as engine starts, camera goes black. So I had pulled a power for camera from cigarette lighter fuse and use reverse power only for trigger unit and it works well.


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Old 05-19-2017, 01:12 PM   #746
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I wonder if you've got a bad connection on the reversing lights?
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Old 05-19-2017, 01:49 PM   #747
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I wonder if you've got a bad connection on the reversing lights?
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no problems with bad connection.It is know issue with Audi cars,many people have the same problem.I guess it is due to low power provided to the reverse lights only.Some people have to use a relay.To much electronics.

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Old 05-19-2017, 06:42 PM   #748
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Update on my issue with the BAVSOUND speakers: the issue seemed to be software related. Did a "factory reset" through the N6 unit, no problems have occurred since. In fact, SQ has gotten considerably better. Many thanks to Jeff for quick and efficient support.
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Hi all

I'm new so please forgive me if this is an inappropriate thread for this.

I recently installed a brand new N6 (1.3.0) in my 323 and have found a couple of irritating glitches. In reading the posts I seem to be alone so I wonder if I've installed something incorrectly:

1. Whenever the unit powers on it immediately starts playing either radio or from the SD card regardless of if it was playing when powered down. Is the unit being reset every time?
2. Related to above and by far the most irritating. I installed a reversing camera too, powered by the reverse lights but if used when the unit is powered off the picture comes up fine but it insists on playing the last thing played with no way to stop it (volume and pause/play inoperable) and is only stopped by taking it out of reverse, powering on, then stopping the automatic playing of music (above) THEN going back into reverse. Any ideas?!
3. Bought the DVB radio unit and it's a bit rubbish, drops every 5 secs for 1 sec despite having a full DVB signal icon?
4. Normal FM radio very poor-looked like there were 2 input cables in the dash, tried both and both were poor. Does it need some sort of amp?
5. Anyone know of a quick way to restore the Satnav speaking volume if you accidentally turn it down? The 2 different volumes are operated by the wheel controls but if you turn the voice instructions down it's impossible to bring them without rooting around in the settings?

Finally, if you install the iLink does that mean you can't use the DVB unit? Anyone got experience of the TV DAB vs normal radio DAB?

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I'm sure all of this will be resolved and will be made right. My Dynavin N6 is absolutely awesome and has worked flawless since install. I can't help with all your issues but concerning the navigation voice volume I think you can adjust the voice volume on the regular volume knob while the nav is speaking to you. Try loading in a destination and as soon as the voice comes on adjust the volume knob and it should default to adjusting the navigation voice. If not there are several different areas in all the settings menus both for the unit itself and the navigation program where volumes can be adjusted. It took me a while before I got everything dialed in just because this unit does so much so just be patient with it and you will love the N6. Hopefully you bought your unit from a reputable source so you have good support but regardless Jeff will no doubt be along here to help answer any questions. Good luck.
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