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Ipod input would anyone know how to connect the ipod wiring to the back of the unit,i lost my user manual and cant figure it out???

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Re: ipod input

Hi,put the yellow wire of the ipod adapter to the yellow power cable and the black to an car body earth,then plug in the black cable,hey presto!!

Posted on Sep 25, 2007

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Have just bought a car with the OHD1040 DVD unit and no manual. The DVD plays and we have sound but no picture. Does anyone know what to do?

This unit has 2 inputs, you need to make sure it is set to the correct input. If it is then you need to check all the plugs and wiring to make sure all the plugs are attached and that none have fallen out.

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I just bought the dual headrest from walmart and can not get the sound to work the passenger side. can anyone help me with this?or possibly tell me how to get the sound through the stereo.

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ok for the first post with the ipod not showing video .. make sure that you have the correct cable running from behind the deck to the ipod .. (iPod Direct Control (CD-I200 Required) once you have that connected you need to go to the video settings of your ipod and turn on the video out .. by default its offf... also remember with movies on your ipod .. that has to be manually selected from the ipod itself .. you cant control the videos from the pioneer unit.. only the audio/music on your ipod can be selected from the pioneer unit..

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The fix for the override on the dual described above is not recommended, unessassary and dangerous.

If anyone has the original thread please post the override question again and I can answer it.

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