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#11 Jeff Collision

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Posted 10 July 2012 - 01:01 PM

If the amp components pair isn't good the co-ax's will sound good. Check your amp components thoroughly and change the amp if its need.

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Posted 10 August 2012 - 09:09 PM

Hi Rob,

I have exactly the same problem with the Aux socket on my 2 day old Galaxy 2.0 TDCi Zetec. Although I find the input socket in a very inconvenient place (when phone is mounted on windscreen), I would be interested to know if you have found a solution to this, or had it fixed - did you get it looked at on the 30th?

I am using a cheapish "two way' lead from Amazon, which connects to the bottom of the iPhone, and splits two ways, one to USB (which can be used to charge the phone with a 12V socket adapter), and one to the 3.5mm aux jack. In case the lead was the problem, I've ordered another different one, but I did suspect an issue with the Aux In on the car, so I'm pleased to have found someone else with a similar problem.

Please let me know if this is resolved for you, as I intend to go back to the dealer with this next week.

Cheers,

Simon.

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Posted 17 August 2012 - 10:37 PM

Hi Rob,

I have exactly the same problem with the Aux socket on my 2 day old Galaxy 2.0 TDCi Zetec. Although I find the input socket in a very inconvenient place (when phone is mounted on windscreen), I would be interested to know if you have found a solution to this, or had it fixed - did you get it looked at on the 30th?

I am using a cheapish "two way' lead from Amazon, which connects to the bottom of the iPhone, and splits two ways, one to USB (which can be used to charge the phone with a 12V socket adapter), and one to the 3.5mm aux jack. In case the lead was the problem, I've ordered another different one, but I did suspect an issue with the Aux In on the car, so I'm pleased to have found someone else with a similar problem.

Please let me know if this is resolved for you, as I intend to go back to the dealer with this next week.

Cheers,

Simon.


No I never resolved the problem and the garage just said that's how they are:-(
At the moment I'm using mp3 CDs as its cheeper than the £60+ it would cost to buy and fit a USB socket. But on the plus side the dealer did say the systems with the USB connection don't have the sound problem mine has lol

To be honest I'm less than happy with my dealer not only do I have the sound issue but when I asked about the rear parking sensors and fog lights not deactivating when towing he just said "I've never herd of a car that does that" lol
I hope you get your problem sorted :-)

Rob


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Posted 17 August 2012 - 11:35 PM

My situation has worsened. I decided to get a car audio specialist to either move or create a new aux point nearer to where I have the

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Posted 17 August 2012 - 11:37 PM

iPod connected. Now, I'm getting an overpowering hissing noise, which is apparently caused by "some iPhones in some cars". The problem is therefore ongoing...




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