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Old 02-25-2016, 06:47 AM   #21
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Noticed the same thing here haha... I was wanting to hear how you adjust the volume on the different speaker zones... Has to be some sort of FADER thing.

My trailer uses the JENSEN car radio and its two speaker zones for inside and outside is a slide lever for the front and rear car type speaker audio levels. Having the slide lever in the middle gives same audio levels for both speaker zones.

I realize all speaker setups are different but surely you have some method of controlling each speaker zone audio levels.

Check page 15 in your user manual for adjusting audio level on ZONE 2 speakers...

You can download the user manual here if you don't have one
http://www.asaelectronics.com/jensen...manuals_guides

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Old 02-25-2016, 12:15 PM   #22
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Roy, yes I have 2 zones - front cab and rear. Front cab is the stock speakers on 2 channels. Rear is 4 50W speakers on 2 channels. The cab speaker blew when I switched from DVD (rear) to radio without first adjusting the volume.

I have not been able to totally separate the font and rear speakers when watching DVD's inside. I get sound from all the speakers, loudest from the 50W per channel cab speakers vs the 100W (2 x 50) per channel house speakers. I would not be surprised if something is wired incorrectly. Outside on mine is a totally separate system - TV, receiver/DVD player and speakers.

All online manuals had been printed.
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Old 02-25-2016, 10:46 PM   #23
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LSA376, thanks for dash panel view. Suspicion confirmed, must disassemble the whole d@##$% thing.

Jayco said not their problem, take it to Freightliner... but I might have the dealer check wiring…hmmmm.
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Old 02-27-2016, 08:04 AM   #24
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I had additional 12v outlets added in the dash when I purchased so I can't tell you how to do it. I purchased them from West Marine - 1 is cigar lighter the other is 2 UCB ports. They're the ones with diagonal stripes to the right.
WaltW - did you add the holes in the faux wood panels around the Torx screws, or were they already there? On my Seneca, most of the screws are covered by the decorative panels which makes it a PITA to remove the panels. Just curious...
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anav8or, the holes were there around the torx screws when I bought it. Wonder if it was taken off to repair something and the torx screws left exposed?
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I did find the fader control (not called that on the radio screen). I was able to raise the volume in the rear. I didn't have a DVD with me so I will check it with a DVD.

Zone 2 controls didn't seem to have any effect.
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I did find the fader control (not called that on the radio screen). I was able to raise the volume in the rear. I didn't have a DVD with me so I will check it with a DVD.

Zone 2 controls didn't seem to have any effect.
On our Seneca, Zone 2 goes to the bedroom TV. I can send a DVD signal back there while I listen to the radio/XM/iPod up front. We have the Clarion head unit, though, not the Jensen.
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Old 03-07-2016, 04:58 AM   #28
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Ive been in my dash more times than I care to remember. Just went in again this weekend to replaced widow switches. Very easy with a small power torx screwdriver. Just be sure to keep track of the screws. The entire face plate comes off first, then each sub panel as required, but not all necessary. Depends on what you are trying to access. The A-Pillars covers are also very easy to removed. Look for my ham radio antenna posts. I may have some under the dash pictures.
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Old 03-11-2016, 04:39 PM   #29
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This has nothing to do with speakers! Yet. Still trying to learn my unit, just purchased a 2016 Seneca. I'm experiencing a lot of wind noise in the cab when on the highway, have to turn up radio to overcome the noise. Any solutions or others experiencing the same. Also outside tv is very fuzzy but coach tv is nice and clear . Is the outside tv stationary and how do I get to the cable behind it?
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Wind noise is from the holes in the top of the mirror brackets. I filled them with Puddy that I can dig out if I ever need to. You can see it below.
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