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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-01-2015, 10:24 PM Thread Starter
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Rear Speaker Help!

I may not be searching with the right question so, here it is. The volume control on the rear speakers (side of tour pack) doesn't seem to be working. I've tried all three positions on the speaker switch but get no response from the rear control. Is there a trick? Wifey doesn't like the vibration on her legs and says just take them out.😕 I prefer to have them if I'm riding alone to work. Some help please! Thanks
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-01-2015, 10:29 PM
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Check the Fade control on your head unit, see if that works, and take all the power to the front.

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Did you check rocker switch on -off ?
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glidethru..I'll check that in the morning but I believe its working.
ironmule..yes, checked rocker switch. Had no effect on the rear volume control.
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As I understand it, the switch you're referring to controls the volume in the passenger headset, not the speakers. The speaker volume is controlled by the fade function from the main system. I may be wrong, but check your manual.


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As I understand it, the switch you're referring to controls the volume in the passenger headset, not the speakers. The speaker volume is controlled by the fade function from the main system. I may be wrong, but check your manual.


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Correct 09. Have to have your headset plugged in.
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09, bought used. No manual but you where correct. Thanks for the quick response guys. Now to upgrade the speakers! 😏
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