Question about Alpine CDM-7861 CD Player
I've plugged the appropriate cable (M) to the CD changer outlet that converts from an RCA plug to a cable with a mini plug that I can use with an iPod. Unfortunately I can not get the AUX function to appear on the faceplate so that the unit can recognize and play my iPod. I've tried the key selection process outlined in the URL below but still can not get the unit to show the AUX function.
When I press the F button for 3 seconds all I get is the ability to change the frequency for a sub woofer (which I do not have installed).
What gives? Do I need to turn off the sub woofer in order to get the AUX function to appear? Or is there a different key selection process?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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