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When you press the SOURCE/( ' ) button and select iPod as the source, make sure you turn on AUX+ so that the external device is used as the source. AUX+ is turned off when you want to use an iPod with this head unit.
I don't know why some people thought to answer your question with an answer based on a different model.
if you have already tried a new pair of headphones , and still have same problem . you probably have a bigger problem , i had the same problem with one i bought from pawnshop . i immediately took it back knowing the problem was wear and tear on the audio out jack for headphones . usually happens when people carry there ipod in there pocket and are active , the audio headphone jack ends up breaking or bending insdie . this should work work > http://www.amazon.com/Cables-Go-35508-iPod-Compatible-Connector/dp/B000J022G6 AND THiS http://www.amazon.com/Cables-Go-35508-iPod-Compatible-Connector/dp/B000J022G6 YOU COULD ALSO CALL APPLE to see if they jave anything else like this.
You need a AI Net cable or Speed Cable... It plugs into the back of the radio (looks like a circle with holes), and the other end can have a "Y" plug (headphone jack and iPod flat jack). The headphone jack for sound, the flat jack to charge he iPod while listening. I just bought mine on Crutchfield.com for $29.99. With the discount code: 3A156 you can get standard shipping free. The item # is: 127ICALPA and it's named "PAC iPod Adapter for Alpine".
Add Alpine's optional "Full Speed" connection cable and you'll be able to use the CDE-9872 to control your iPod. -Crutchfields website
This is compatible with first and second generation iPods touch. fyi- if you have a mini-stereo aux in jack on the deck you can connect a ipod touch compatible mini stereo cable to the earphone jack of your ipod.
According to their website it does not appear that Alpine currently has a cable for the iPod touch. They do, however, make a "generic" cable for most MP3 players that connects directly to the earphone jack. Although this would not allow you to control the iPod from your stereo's head unit, you should be able to connect the iPod touch via this cable to play music through your car stereo.
but if your ipod is functioning properly except the sound that you probably need the jack replaced...
its not real hard just by the jack off of ebay pop open the ipod and replace the part. There are several online guides on how to do this. But if you are still uncomfortable opening your ipod look around for a pro to do it for you.
Your problem stems from the fact that the CDA-7892 is not equipped with an RCA aux-input jack. If you're plugged into RCA connectors at the back of the head unit, they're outputs, not inputs. The sound you hear is just feeding back through the outputs and into the head unit's amplifier.
If you want to play your iPod through this head unit, you need to purchase either the auxiliary input adapter (KCA-121B) or iPod adapter (KCA-420i).