16:9 screen with MK4: Intermittent Radio possible DSP Amp?

November 23, 2017 – 05:49 am
Sighting: 2-2003 BMW Z8 I seem to be having an issue with my radio/audio. I have the 16:9 screen and MK4 nav unit. At first I had intermittent radio/audio issues, where the radio/audio would not even turn on at all. And I would just unplug the battery for about 1-2 hours and the radio/audio would return. Then (very quickly) it started to get progressively worse, and now the radio/audio does not even work. And it is not just the "radio" it is all audio, even the navigation directions. That is why I am thinking maybe my DSP amp is going bad?
All other fuctions on the screen and nav unit work. I even plugged my MK4 nav into my 745i and it worked great in that so that leads me to believe my MK4 is functioning correctly.
Any ideas? Thanks!

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