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PXA-H100 removell help

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hi all

 

im running my intravee with a pxa-h100 in my e39 with the mk3 sat nav unit. The time has come to sell the 530d so i have removed the intravee and pxa -h100 so the system is now back to standerd but i have no control over my volume at all on the sceen and stering wheel 

 

any ideas

 

thanks

steven

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I reckon you should keep the 5

YNP

Content provided by this user should not be considered correct due to the fact he's a raving fruitloop.

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Dont worry about it, the bm54 will require time for it to "forget" that a DSP is there. it will gray out on the display and then you should get control back.

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The most reliable way I've found to get the radio to forget the DSP amp is there is this :

 

- Turn the radio on (cover ears or select a very quiet bit of music!).

- Turn the radio off.

- Turn off the ignition.

- Wait for the iBus to go to sleep, so have the boot/or glove-box open!

- Unplug the radio or pull the fuse.

- Leave for at leas 1 hour, preferably over night.

- Plug back in or replace fuse.

 

Radio should now be back to normal.  It's ironic really, you want the radio to forget DSP when it's no longer there but it won't without the above faffing about.  You want the radio to remember that it has a CD Changer connected, but the slightest little thing and it forgets and switches to the radio source!  Bloody typical!

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12 hours ago, Simon Neirinck said:

Would you mind making one for me also please? Destination Belgium, PayPal also, kind regards.

Sure, same price for postage within Europe.  I'll PM you the PayPal address.

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21 minutes ago, DANS62B50 said:

Hi Richard, is there a chance you could make me Break Out Box please. I'm only in Lincoln LN5

Sure, I'll PM you the details.

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