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    Having a problem with my Pioneer deh-80prs

    Just tried to use the auto eq/ta mic for the first time. Whenever you plug in the mic the HU starts to act up, you cant access any of the menus anymore.

    Possible its just a problem with the mic? Or the more plausible explanation that theres something wrong with the hu?



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    Re: Having a problem with my Pioneer deh-80prs

    Sooo did you you turned the head unit off and held down the EQ button then it starts happening, or does it just happen anytime you plug mic into the head unit?



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    Re: Having a problem with my Pioneer deh-80prs

    Quote Originally Posted by jeffdachef View Post
    Sooo did you you turned the head unit off and held down the EQ button then it starts happening, or does it just happen anytime you plug mic into the head unit?
    Anytime you plug the mic in!



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    Re: Having a problem with my Pioneer deh-80prs

    Quote Originally Posted by alexdbest2000 View Post
    Anytime you plug the mic in!
    You're plugging the mic in on the front panel? The rear mic port is actually for the Bluetooth mic.




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    Re: Having a problem with my Pioneer deh-80prs

    Quote Originally Posted by CandeShop View Post
    You're plugging the mic in on the front panel? The rear mic port is actually for the Bluetooth mic.
    he's talking about the Auto EQ/Time Alignment mic, there's two mics included with the 80prs.



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    Re: Having a problem with my Pioneer deh-80prs

    Quote Originally Posted by jeffdachef View Post
    he's talking about the Auto EQ/Time Alignment mic, there's two mics included with the 80prs.
    Yes I understand that, but the issues he's having coincide with the problems that are experienced when plugging the eq mic into the microphone port.




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    Re: Having a problem with my Pioneer deh-80prs

    Just got it working, i had it plugged into the mic port in the back of the headunit. Just tried plugging it in to the front port (which i assumed was only for aux) and it worked!

    Is it possible i did some harm to the HU by plugging the mic into the wrong port?



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