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Old 01-07-2011, 07:35 PM   #1
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Dynavin Install.. checking DIY's but missing the little parts..

Hi all I have been reading these DIY's for days like Jeff's and so on but now that I am doing an install I am realizing these DIY's are all incomplete.. Jeff's DIY goes from one step to the Dynavin installed... no step by step wire setup.. I have the V5 and I have filters.. should I connect them as they didn't come connected.. not sure if I need them.. also there are one or two little connectors that came off the back of the original HU that have no place in this one.. they look like little data connectors.. I haven't heard anyone talk about these.. what do I do with them/it? Thanks guys I am in the dark trying to do this so I am stopped until I get a reply.. thanks again
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Old 01-07-2011, 08:38 PM   #2
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Nevermind guys.. I found another site showing to plug the filters in for factory amp and I couldn't find anything on that other little connector I had so I left it out and all is well thanks!
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i have a factory amp and connected them with no difference in sound at all. i still have a hiss/bleed thru noise whenever i use the ipod. everything else is ok. is this normal?
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Your h/u will play whatever signal comes from the iPod.

In my experience, the noise you refer to is coming from the iPod, mine does it also, you can't blame the Dynavin for this.

You may have to live with it.
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Old 01-11-2011, 10:19 AM   #5
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if its a small sound it is normal and is ipod related, if it is LOUD it is you ipod cord, contact your dealer for a replacement.
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