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In standby mode press Menu botton at least one second, "MENU" is displayed, with the control knob push towards FM or AM and look for "AUX OFF" item, then push toward > to select "AUX ON1", to exit press Menu botton. After this procedure the auxiliary input should be available as a sound source.
OK - had the same problem and got it finally figured out. Power the unit on the ignition key. Press and hold the source button so the unit shuts off. With the unit shut off press and hold the function button (the key is to hold the function button down) The clock, aux etc will show on the screen. Press (but do not hold) the function button and it will move to each function. When you get to the AUX press the ^ button and the will switch the AUX to "on". Once you know, like everything else, it's pretty easy.
ok, i dug up my old manual and i guess i was wrong,
straight from the book: 1 Press FUNCTION to select AUX. Press FUNCTION repeatedly until AUX appears in the display. 2 Select AUX on or off with ^/v. Pressing ^/v will switch AUX between on and off and that status will be displayed (e.g., AUX :ON).
and as for t-scan: T-Scan play lets you hear the first 10 seconds of each track on the CD.
Here's what they don't tell you: AUX isn't automatically an option when you scroll through the SRC button. You have to turn it on. I know, I know...stupid. I had to contact Kenwood (the maker of the unit) directly to get an answer.
First, press the SRC button repeatedly until it displays STANDBY.
Then hold down the Menu button until MENU is displayed.
Next press up or down on the right control knob, to scroll up or down, until AUX OFF is displayed.
Next hold the right control knob to the left or right until Aux switches on.
Now just press the Menu button to exit.
AUX will now be an option when you scroll through the SRC button
Hi. Sorry, I can't actually solve this one for you but was hoping you may be able to look in the manual and let me know which model number CD changers are compatible with this headunit. We don't have the manual and so far have been unable to find the answer anywhere so your help would be much appreciated.
hold down the source button to turn off the unit (unit must be off)
now hold down the function button till it beeps once it has done this press the function button i think 3 or 4 times and you will get a message on your deck unit saying (aux - on,off) turn on and press the source button to turn the unit back on to the CD or radio now press source button2 or 3 times till Aux shows up (press means push it let it go) (hold means don't take your finger off button)
hope this solves your problem
turn off your player by pressing and holding volume controler. press and hold longer (~5 sec) it again to turn it on (you should see 'tuner' in the lcd). push up arrow to select aux and right/left to turn it on.
now you can connect your ipod and select aux (as ussual switching between tuner/cd player/aux)
Turn the ignition key to on or accessory position, turn the stereo off, then hold the function key for a couple seconds, the stereo will turn on and you scroll through the menu with the left and right arrow buttons and change settings with the up and down buttons