There's been loads of posts on the radio fade between stereo/mono. Most posts have been concerning the Rockford Fosgate radio. Has this problem been prevalent on the standard radio w/6CD Changer, too?
My non-RF does it also. Sounds like they have a bad tuner design. I care more about my dash that makes all kind-a noise. Seems to be getting worse as the weather warms up.titanjbc said:There's been loads of posts on the radio fade between stereo/mono. Most posts have been concerning the Rockford Fosgate radio. Has this problem been prevalent on the standard radio w/6CD Changer, too?
I'm with you on that! When you are Parked or NOT Moving! It seems to hold Stereo! Start driving and it is IN and OUTof Stereo To Mono! I take many long trips so I cant Stand having to listen TO THIS! I've been keeping it off because it's So BAD! I hope they Will Fix this Problem! :wtf:www.durocab.com said:Funny thing, I live out in the woods and the other night I sit out listening to my radio and the thing was awsome! Why can't it be like that riding down the road! I knew the system was awsome with the CD as some are but the radio was even to my liking. Now to find out why it doesn't work like that all the time. Nissan told me to take it to a dealer for verification...Will it be one of those "things" that only happens when I'm driving? You know the mechanic drill or will I get some old guy that thinks I'm (not hearing things)? :crying:
just got rid of an 04 chevy cc da , titans radio is far better and no fade;titanjbc said:OK. In an attempt to make me feel better, please tell me there are Titan owners out there who DON'T have a problem with the radio. Is there any difference between early production vehicles and one's made recently. My hope is that Nissan will resolve the problem, but, they may be more concerned with getting the trucks out on the road and fix the little (or not so little) problems later.
Thanks for sharing! I am noticing the same thing you said. Hopefully, Nissan will have a fix for this problem soon.Pokey said:Hello all,
I visit the site daily, but I'm not a big poster. Actually, this is the first post I've made since my truck came in back on the 20th of February.
There's nothing I can say that most of you don't already know. I love this truck. I thought I'd have a hard time transitioning from my Formula, which was a treat to drive on a daily basis, to this, as my family calls it, "Tank"! But man! I am having so much fun in this truck!
Now on to the issue of the radio.
First off, to those of you who are considering a Titan, please don't let this sway you away. You'd be missing out on an extraordinary vehicle!
I have the RF package in my truck, and yes it definitely does the stereo sound in and out thing. According to the display, the stereo signal that it is receiving is not going not, just the audio output is getting messed up. Reception is great. It pulls in stations better than any other radio I've have. Will driving, the stereo sound just sporatically fades in and drops out, but I've found, as someone else has stated earlier, that when you're stopped, the stereo locks in. There are quite a few red lights around me that have looong change times. If I catch them just as they turn red and I have to stop for a while, the stereo comes in beautifully. But, within seconds of removing my foot from the brake pedal and pressing on the accelerator, the stereo sound immediately drops out. I don't know how, but apparently it's causing some sort of malfunction in the audio output.
...not that this helps any, it's just what I've noticed...