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You need a stereo mini to RCA cable to connect the laptop's headphone audio jack to the Kenwood. Here is an example of one below. They are very common and available at just about any electronics store for a few bucks.
The Kenwood receiver should have a number of red and white "RCA" audio connectors on the back.
Just connect the RCA portion of the cable to a spare input. They should be clearly marked on the back of the unit and color coded (red for right channel and white for left channel). But it really doesn't matter if you mix the right and left up, it will still make sound.
Most receivers will have inputs that are labeled "CD" or "Aux" that you can connect any audio source to.
If you connect your laptop or an MP3 player to the audio input connections labeled "CD" behind the Kenwood receiver, you can listen to the device by selecting the CD as the source.
<p>It is advisable to listen to your iPod through headphones
while driving in the car. Not only is it dangerous to completely cancel the
sounds of the road as it is often illegal in many cities across the country.
There is an alternative, however. In just a few steps you can use your iPod to
your car stereo speakers and use the car to listen to your music, podcasts and
audiobooks. No brand car stereo makes it easier to connect these beautiful than
Pioneer. <br />
<p>1. Connect one end of the mini-jack on your iPod headphone
jack. Once done, set your iPod or on your dashboard or your car seat so that it
will not tip over while driving. <br />
<p>2. Find your sound system's auxiliary input Pioneer. It is
often located in front of the front panel stereo, but can also open the front
or back of the unit completely. If the extra connector on the back of the
stereo itself, then you remove the panel. When it comes to this, see the
instructions that came with your sound system is provided for further guidance.
<p>3. Connect the other end of the cable mini-jack for stereo
aux port. This will allow your iPod to the audio signal through the cable to
the stereo and the stereo signal will pass to the car speakers. Most often,
when something is plugged into the stereo aux jack will work in stereo. In some
models a setting to select the additional connection. Whatever the case, now
you can sit and enjoy your iPod for that long car ride. <br />
there are several way to hook up your mp3 player to your car stereo using only a headphone jack. If you have a tape deck you can use a tape to headphone converter, or If it doesn't have a tape deck don't worry you can purchase mp3 player Wireless FM Radio Transmitter,
available at your local electronics dealer or online for much better prices . I hope I could Help.
To connect your MP3 player to a stereo simply connect it via a cable that will fit your headphone jack on the MP3 player and splits into two larger prongs on the other. This will allow you to plug into the two ports on the back of your stereo. Bestbuy sells the Hosa Technology 3.5mm TRS-to-Dual RCA Cable for $7.99.
Once you connect the MP3 to the stereo make sure that the settings are also correct. Generally you have to push a button or selector to choose if you want to listen to the CD player, radio, or cassette on your stereo. In the same fashion you need to select Aux In or it may be listed Line In.
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well it has a regular 3.5 mm jack. you can get a universal fm radio transmitter that plugs right into it, tune your radio, and listen in. I on the other hand, have a car with a tape deck, and just used the tape adapter from an old cd player i had, that plugged right into the headphone 3.5 mm output.
if you are listening through the headphones provided with the ipod then no. if you plan to listen to the ipod through car speakers, some factory car stereos come with an input jack that somewhere on the front panel of the stereo that you connect the ipod to. please rate me if this helps. thanks and good luck!
The most common way is to use the auxiliary input of the deck or head unit. However I don't believe the JVC model you have has one of these. Don't despair though. Head to your local department store with a music department and pick up a universal FM modulator ($20-$30).
These will 'pretend' to be an FM radio station inside your vehicle. Attach the stereo mini plug to your walkman or other audio device (mp3 player etc.) Then tune the FM Radio to the fm station listed on the FM modulator and you will be able to listen to the device through your car stereo speakers. Now this isn't as clean as a direct hookup but for most its an economical way to listen to alternate sources on your Car Stereo.
I'm pretty sure that there are RCA jacks in the back of the unit for the aux input. Don't have my owners manual so can't really say, but if there is an aux input, there is sure to be some RCA jacks in the back. So if you take the stereo out, look for those jacks then attach a 1/8 "Y" connector. Then route that wire to the front. Then you'll have something to connect your mp3 player to. =)