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If there no suitable audio inputs at the back of the CD reciever then you can use an audio FM transmitter that plugs into the cigarette lighter, then connect your MP3 player into the FM adapter and tune your FM radio the the FM transmitter's frequency to listen to the music on your MP3 player.
RCA cables like these can be brought from any electronic shop, no special rca cables are required ..
you do mean RCA right ?? this is what is looks like (below),, and can be brought from any electronic shop.its the same kind used to connect your dvd player to your tv. BTW these cables are only necessary when connection to an amplifier. other than that,, you have all ther wires you need on the unit, 2 power and 8 speaker wires. yellow is connected to the battery, red to the battery or ignition, black is the ground, and the pair colored wires are connected to the speakers. The unit ships with these wires so there is no need to buy them seperately. If you seek an adapter to convert the units electrical to your vehicles electrical you will not find it, It has to be connected via the wires. Simply clip the wires out of the old units adapter.
go down to a electronics shop (future shop or best buy) and they will have a connector that will fit the original plug. Some splicing will be required but its all color coded with the deck
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You didn't say what kind of car, however most cars now have a connection plug for the wiring, see if you can see that if you can and can unplug it you will have two options. 1 you can connect your wires outside the car and hope you have the length to plug back in or 2 you can go online and buy a wiring harness for your car that will come with instructions and plenty long wires (easiest)
Your receiver does not have an AUX input, so you will need an adapter. Should be easy enough to find, there are many to choose from. Just go to any electronics store. What wires you'll need to connect will depend on what type of AUX accessory you buy. It could plug into the lighter, it may need to be wired.
You could also use an FM modulator. They work well enough in my experience(I'd stay away from Belkin though). This would probably be the cheapest solution and you would still use the AUX inputs and would not have to install/uninstall anything, just plug and play and run your antenna. You may want to wire the power to the 12v power wire on the back of your stereo if the FM modulator needs to be plugged into the lighter, if not then don't bother and just use the lighter to power the satellite radio receiver. :-)
you can go to walmart and buy an $8 connector that connects the RCA hookups in the back by the antenna and has an earphone jack connected to it. It also comes with a wire to connect your ipod or whatever you have.
Based on your statement I can see three (3) possible problems: 1] Your CD player is not connected properly to your power supply or something is eating the voltage coming to your CD player. To fix this possible problem you have to check the connection of your CD player to the power supply, you must check if the voltage of your car's battery and compare it to the voltage coming to your CD player and be sure it is not bypassed by any other connection. To be sure there is no other connection bypassing your CD player, connect it directly to your car's battery or you may use an independent battery for the CD player. To do this, connect the +wire of your CD player to the +terminal of your baterry, and then the -wire of your CD player to the-terminal of your car's battery. 2] Another possible problem that I can see is that there is an overload in your car's circuits. The possible solution is that you remove other component that is connected to your car's battery. 3] Another possible problem is that your car's battery is low in voltage already. The possible solution is to recharge your car's battery or buy a new one. 4] Another possible problem is that their is loose connection within the CD player that is triggered by the car's movement.The possible solution is to check the internal connections of your CD player. If something is loose you must connect it firmly.
If you're talking about the amplifier's power terminals, the positive terminal is designed to be wired directly to the battery (be sure to fuse the amp power wire near the battery terminal). The negative terminal should be bolted to vehicle chassis metal for a ground connection.
The only amplifier connections that go to the back of the head unit are the remote turn-on wire and the RCA cables.