No backup beep 2015 Challenger

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No backup beep 2015 Challenger

Post by funnyent » Mon Oct 23, 2017 11:33 pm

Hi -

I installed the DSR1 in a 2015 Challenger and it is working as expected except I no longer have audible backup beepers. I even tried turning off the radio, putting the car in reverse, and turning the volume knob up but can not get it to make noise.

Is there anything else I need to do to re activate the park assist sensor sounds?

Thanks
Tim

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Re: No backup beep 2015 Challenger

Post by Dara DeGrand » Tue Oct 24, 2017 10:44 am

Tim,

Have you tried adjusting the chime in the aux source, or with the radio off?

What amp are you using? How did you configure your DSR1? Did you configure rear speakers?

In this vehicle, the chimes are sent internally, directly to the back speakers, so that's what we need to check first.
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Re: No backup beep 2015 Challenger

Post by funnyent » Tue Oct 24, 2017 4:36 pm

Thanks for the reply. I think that my configuration is what is causing the issue.

I am using a DD audio 4 channel amp and configured the DSR1 with Channels 1+2 being the front tweeters, 5+6 being the front doors, and 7+8 being the subwoofers. All speakers in the Challenger are still active, but using the 4 channel amp the tweeters are all on 2 channels, and the Mids on the other two.

Is there a way to configure where the chime would still be processed? All other system sounds are working (phone, GPS, Dodge steering wheel voice controls, etc)

Thanks!

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Re: No backup beep 2015 Challenger

Post by Dara DeGrand » Tue Oct 24, 2017 4:53 pm

I don't see any mention of the rear speakers, so how are those hooked up?

I don't believe so. I'm pretty certain that the chimes get played on the rear speakers like factory, because they are made by the OEM radio. We aren't able to re-map where they get sent to since we're not generating the command.
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