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What is the AUX good for

I plugged the red and white plug into the back and have it set to AUX, i tried it on all three sets in the back and nothing happened, are those for output only?

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Those outputs are for porting your subwoofers or speakers from your amp. In order to use the aux channel you must use the input beside it, with is called Ai/NET. It's what cd changers are commonly plugged into. I bought my cable from the local Car Audio shop. It goes from Ai/NET to female composite. Then I have male composite to male 3.5mm stereo jack to my ipod.

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I use the Aux to plugin my Ipod, amke sure you have it set on. Then it acts as the plugin. it was originally there for XM radio or a tv.

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Do you have a Bluetooth adapter plugged into the KD-R330?

A compatible Bluetooth adapter (like the KS-BTA100) usually plugs into the rear auxiliary port of the receiver. It then needs to be "paired" with your Bluetooth device, for example, a Bluetooth phone headset.

What you're describing sounds like what can when no Bluetooth device has been "paired" yet.

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the display. Press and hold the SEEK left arrow until the
correct hour appears on the display.

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