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It would require a lot of time and investment on your end, I would recommend buying a newer deck with an aux input. The output from the cd player assembly is not the same as the output of your mp3 player. You would to do build a line level output converter and interface that to the preamp on the deck.
Hi, your head unit has 6 RCA preamp outputs and 2 RCA sub-woofer preamp outputs. These outputs connect to amplifiers if you care to use them. You can read all the specs and download the users manual at the following URL: http://www.crutchfield.com/S-lAJZzNi4tYJ/p_020DXZ855/Clarion-ProAudio-DXZ855MP.html#details-tab
You can connect the regular preamp outputs to a sub amp. Dedicated sub outputs will normally have a built-in crossover whereas the regular front/rear preamp outs will be full-range. Just make sure that the amp you use for your sub(s) has a "low pass" filter.
Usually clarion radios have seperate colors to designate front, rear and sub preamp outputs.
Since youre is grey and black, Assume the grey is front, and black is rear.
If one set is longer than the other, the short is the front, long = rear.
It sounds like the preamp wire that carries the left channel signal between the HU and the 2ch amp has an issue. Here's two quick things to check.
Check that both ends of the left preamp cable between the deck and 2ch amp is not loose or disconnected.
Swap the left and right preamp connections at the amp. If the issue stays with the left channel, the issue is with the amp. If the issue moves to the right channel, the issue is with the preamp cable or the HU's preamp output.
Your Sub box gets its signal from the PReamp output. This means your problem stems from the CQ-C9700U amplifier section. You may need service from Panasonic on this one, or a new Head unit. I cannot think of any adjustment that you can do to eliminate a skip sound.
You need an active subwoofer input in your amplifier.Which amplifier you are using? Only latest pioneer amplifiers has active sub input and sub output which can be connected to subwoofer.If you dont have active input then you will have to connect it the way you did in old player.