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Cant get jvc car stereo to work a sony cd changer

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Does your sony cd changer have a separate controller and rf modulator interface? It's a wire from the cd changer with a little box close to the end and an antenna plug at the tip? If you do just plug it into the back of your radio where the antenna goes in, then plug the car antenna jack into the other side of the little box and turn your radio to the marked setting on the box. IF NOT , you can not interface the din plug from a sony into a jvc radio because the sony radio that has a md controller built in will control all of the functions of the matching cd change.
I hope this helps...

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