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Old 06-04-2014, 09:55 AM   #1
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Genesis gt3.0

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I have a Genesis gt3.0 in out rv
I`m having problems with the audio
setup I get to the balance for the speskers
and when I get the right working the left
doesn`t work and vice versa not
sure what i`m doing wrong
any solutions will be great
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Old 06-04-2014, 10:01 AM   #2
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Not sure I'm following exactly. If you set the balance to 0, so it's even between right and left, only one side works? Which side? How are you getting right or left to work?
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Old 06-04-2014, 10:03 AM   #3
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Try to put a DVD in and when it begins press sound on the remote and set it that way. That's the best way I know of to do. Also make sure you are on stereo not mono.
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Hi Kaadk
Thanks I haven`t tried putting it to zero
I just had at 4 for thr right and when I
managed to switch the balance to the left
the right speaker didn`t work i`ll try
setting it to zero I forgot to mention
sorry this is for my speakers on the
outside of the trailer.
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Hi Kaadk
Thanks I haven`t tried putting it to zero
I just had at 4 for thr right and when I
managed to switch the balance to the left
the right speaker didn`t work i`ll try
setting it to zero I forgot to mention
sorry this is for my speakers on the
outside of the trailer.
you can not adjust them that I know of, they will be the same as the inside.
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Old 06-04-2014, 02:34 PM   #6
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Is this a new rig?

The manufacturers are notorious for wiring the speaker incorrectly. Has it ever worked the way U want?
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Hi Kaadk
Thanks I haven`t tried putting it to zero
I just had at 4 for thr right and when I
managed to switch the balance to the left
the right speaker didn`t work i`ll try
setting it to zero I forgot to mention
sorry this is for my speakers on the
outside of the trailer.
Yeah, 0 should be the balance between right and left. So if you set it to R4, you're putting about 90% of the signal to the right speaker and only 10% or so to the left. (Give or take, it's not really a direct correlation).

One thing you might notice is that the outside speakers aren't as loud as the internal. When I'm using the outside speakers (zone C) I have to turn Zone A off or it's too loud in the living/dining area.
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Yeah, 0 should be the balance between right and left. So if you set it to R4, you're putting about 90% of the signal to the right speaker and only 10% or so to the left. (Give or take, it's not really a direct correlation).

One thing you might notice is that the outside speakers aren't as loud as the internal. When I'm using the outside speakers (zone C) I have to turn Zone A off or it's too loud in the living/dining area.
I bought some 6" speakers same as the 4" just recut the whole, Crutchfield sells them. $29.00 each and free shipping. made all the difference in the world, pretty even now.
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Thank you for all your help I got them working
by setting them to zero. has anybody had any luck
boosting the wifi signal at the rv park I tried an
antenna that hooked up to the laptop,but it didn`t work
we are about 300 ft from the main source.
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Thank you for all your help I got them working
by setting them to zero. has anybody had any luck
boosting the wifi signal at the rv park I tried an
antenna that hooked up to the laptop,but it didn`t work
we are about 300 ft from the main source.
There's a couple of threads on wifi boosters if you search. Basically though, unless you're getting at least some signal, which at 300' is questionable, they won't do you much good.
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