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Old 01-11-2019, 09:32 PM   #1
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Does anyone have a 2019 Jayflight SLX264 with the iRV-29 radio in it? I canít figure out how to use the hdmi cable thatís hanging out of it or the white and red audio cable either. How does the six setting work on it? I canít seem to find an owners manual. Any help would be great! Thanks!
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Old 01-11-2019, 09:38 PM   #2
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Welcome to the forum, but, unfortunately, I can't help with your problem.
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Welcome to the JOF community. I'm not familiar with the unit but google can be your friend. You tube also.
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Can’t seem to find anything on the unit
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Since there doesn't seem to be any documentation online the more info you can provide about the unit the better equipped we will be to try to help.

Is it a CD player unit? DVD player?

Does it have a large screen or your typical car radio with numbers only?

A picture of the front and wiring in the back, if you can get to it, could help.

The HDMI cable sounds like a place to plug in a video source such as a DVD player. Have you tried this?

Red and white cables could be a couple of things. If this is a DVD unit it could be audio out. It could also be line out for a subwoofer if the unit supports that.
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Hi and welcome to the forum. Have you Googled or checked on YouTube for any help?
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Heres a pic of the radio with its features and also some contact info.
1926W. Lusher Ave., Elkhart, IN 46517 574.970.8349
www.questav.com
That’s all that I could find.

https://irvcontrol.com/docs/iRV29MOCKUP_Lit_NEW_v2.pdf
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Ok so that sheds a little light on things.

The HDMI cable on the back is part of the 'hdmi pass through' capability. My understanding is that you install the stereo and run an HDMI cable from the back to your monitor (be it a tv, head rest screen, etc) and then you plug your video source (DVD player, game console, etc.) Into the front HDMI port. The HDMI port on the front and the HDMI cable on the back are essentially connected together inside the unit.

This model is also subwoofer capable. So the red and white audio outputs on the back are likely line level outputs for your subwoofer connection. The should be RCA type plugs as found on the back of most component TV's (yellow, red, white cable)
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It looks like they have numbers for contact but are lacking on written instructions. Why not contact the company and tell them what you need?
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Good information!

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Ok so that sheds a little light on things.

The HDMI cable on the back is part of the 'hdmi pass through' capability. My understanding is that you install the stereo and run an HDMI cable from the back to your monitor (be it a tv, head rest screen, etc) and then you plug your video source (DVD player, game console, etc.) Into the front HDMI port. The HDMI port on the front and the HDMI cable on the back are essentially connected together inside the unit.

This model is also subwoofer capable. So the red and white audio outputs on the back are likely line level outputs for your subwoofer connection. The should be RCA type plugs as found on the back of most component TV's (yellow, red, white cable)
I'm trying to figure out how to get sound from the TV out to the stereo speakers. My TV has Input for RC Jack's, but no Output. Will USB to USB work? HDMI to HDMI? Those are my only choices available. May be wrong place to ask this, but you had better luck finding things than I.
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