Originally Posted by DXSMac
Well, I guess since I have the entertainment center, I probably don't have speakers over the cab bed. Ok, I'm going to try an experiment based on what you did. Be right back. Ok, here is what happened. BOTH: Cab speakers and kitchen speakers. B: Kitchen speakers only A: Cab speakers and kitchen speakers, same as "both" so what's the point?
I think I said in an earlier post on this thread that my switch does exactly what bgilly's switch does. A is cab. B is ceiling. Both is both cab and ceiling.
So it's pretty obvious that your switch is wired wrong. If it's a big deal you need to get the A position to be just cab.
I personally like the switch and use either the B or both position depending on circumstances.
If we are driving and listening to music or stopped and watching a movie, it's on both.
But if we are driving and the kids are watching a movie, it's on B (I.e., would rather talk to my wife without having to yell over the movie especially since it's generally more of a kids movie).
I don't think I've ever used the A position beyond testing out the switch.