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here is what you can use take a rca cable to 3.5 mm cable buy a fm modulator
then you can wire up the fm modulator to the jensen radio red power and black ground unplug your antenna from radio plug it into fm modulator and then connect antenna of fm modulator into your jensen radio antenna spot . the connect the rca cables to the fm modulator and then other end into the ear phone piece on ipod .
follow the instruction that come with fm modulator
you will have to tune your radio to a station like 88.9 or which ever you pick from the select ones fm mod gives you to hear you ipod .
This unit does not have iPod video capabilities only audio, If you want to view video from your iPod you can get a universal cable that would charge it and also give you a audio and video output, this cable needs to be powered and grounded and hooked up to one of the radio audio video inputs. This link will take you to it.
My Jensen TV/DVD unit came with a media box as well as the head unit. The media box was the interface where my iPod and XM antenna plug in, and everything is routed via a DIN cable from the media box to the head unit. I'd think you're missing that extra module that allows all the auxiliary hookups.
hi, i just bypassed my 9411 by doing the following. put dvd in the player wait until it loads,then push the stop button 2 times on the remote push 1264, on the right button push it twice down and in once...this should take you to the system setting there you want to turn off the brake overide on..push the left button once or just wait for the screen to return to the movie....I hope this works as good as it did for me...let me know.....later