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Old 06-13-2015, 10:11 AM   #1
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How to turn off outdoor speakers?

Does anyone know how to turn off the outdoor speakers so the music only plays on the inside of the TT?

I've read the manual and searched the forum and can't seem to find anything...

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Old 06-13-2015, 10:19 AM   #2
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That Stereo unit is hard wired for "Front and Rear" speakers. I would assume the outdoor speakers are wired into either the front channel or the rear channel and the interior speakers are wired to the opposite channel. With that said, try this:

Press the volume knob until FAD appears. Rotate the volume knob left/right to adjust. 10R (rear) to 10F (front) "F=R" represents equal balance.


There is a manual available online at: http://mito-oem.com/media/pdf/xr4115...157707c8b23a95
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That Stereo unit is hard wired for "Front and Rear" speakers. I would assume the outdoor speakers are wired into either the front channel or the rear channel and the interior speakers are wired to the opposite channel. With that said, try this:

Press the volume knob until FAD appears. Rotate the volume knob left/right to adjust. 10R (rear) to 10F (front) "F=R" represents equal balance.


There is a manual available online at: http://mito-oem.com/media/pdf/xr4115...157707c8b23a95
Well....we tried that and it adjusts from the rear INSIDE but doesn't do anything to the outside speaker.
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sorry, you were totally right! We were adjusting the balance, not the fade. Fade totally worked! Thank you!
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My Jenson has a separate switch for outside.
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If you were to get to the back of the radio you should be able to see which wires are for the outdoor speakers You could then install a switch in the wiring so you can turn the speakers on and off That is if you ever want to use them or just use the fade function
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