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DEH 7700 MP Pioneer in dash sat/amfm/cd/mp3 player; Can not get ipod to function. I have bought connecting cord & plug into rear top right aux. jack of deck and I get no feed. I can not get sound or source on dial. I was told possible that on my source that the aux. is turn off, since I can not get the source too show aux.. If this is true how do I turn aux. on? I lost manual.

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im trying to hook up a pioneer in my car but i cant figure out the wires

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Quickly piush and release the source button if you hold it down to long the radio will turn off

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SOURCE: Can not get feed off ipod.

if you hold the source button to long the radio will turn off .You should get dfferent choices when pushing the source button but don't hold the button down.Push and release quickly

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Where can i hook my ipod to this stereo? the specs say it has ipod connectivity.


it could be one of 3 spots on your deck
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3 back of deck look for rca leads

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How to set it to play with and Ipod


After researching your model DEH-P470MP, it appears that to use an iPod, you need an adapter that plugs into the rear port of the unit intended for a multi-cd changer connection.
If you have one installed and it's not working, I would check the connection on the unit. Make sure the cable is firmly seated in the port and then check the cable and also check for any fuse in the line to make sure it's not blown out.
Also some of the earlier models of ipod adapters aren't compatible with the newer generations of ipods. There are aftermarket adapter plugs that will allow your ipod to charge/play off these earlier decks/adapters.

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How do i connect an aux cord to my head unit


do you have an aux on the front of the unit or the rear??
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Cannot get rear aux input source to work on pioneer deh-p6800mp. no option in function to able/disable that function. also would like to know the name of the type of plug that is used for front aux. input...


The type of plug on the front aux is a 2.5mm plug similar to what cell phones use. You need a stereo 2.5mm to 3.5mm adapter, then you can run a chord with a 3.5mm jack on both ends to an iPod or some other type of mp3 player.

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How do i get to the AUX function? i'd like to play my mp3 player thru it. Also, what is the hole/plug? in the back of the unit for?


you will need to turn unit off and press the function button for a few seconds this will take you to a settings menu here you can adj the clock, aux imput , sub and rear spk out put and dimmer and other options,the 3.5 jack at the rear is for the connectin of steering wheel controls .

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Do i need to buy a cable to run my mp3 player on cd player


Hello jaredsmick,

Yes, you should be able to plug your MP3 player into the DEH-P3700. You will need a cable. While I'm not certain as to what type of output jack your player has, it's most likey a "mini-jack". Here's a link to what it looks like:

http://www.3dcontentcentral.com/download-model.aspx?catalogid=171&id=10185

You'll also need to make sure that the "AUX" source is turned on in the Pioneer. To do this, press FUNCTION repeatedly until AUX appears in the display. Press up/down to turn ON or OFF and the status will be displayed.

Hope this helps.

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Can not get feed off ipod.


if you hold the source button to long the radio will turn off .You should get dfferent choices when pushing the source button but don't hold the button down.Push and release quickly

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No sound with iPod Adapter CD-IB100II in the DEH-P2900MP


on the radio and the adapter their is a spot for the cord that connects the two the ends have different colors on them it should be purple and black just make sure the colors are matched up if they are off it will still read all the info and say its playing but no sound will come out

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You'll need an adapter cable such as this one:
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The adapter cable will convert the changer port on your head unit into an AUX input with dual RCA jacks. Once connected, the head unit will detect the cable and allow it to be another source (i.e. radio, cd, aux).

To connect your iPod to the adapter cable, use any iPod cable or dock that outputs to male RCA plugs.

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